Here's a drawing for my show at Oh No! Doom. The opening reception will be June 27th. If the guys at the gallery like it, this may get made into a print for the show.
9" x 12" Ink on bristol.
Rotofugi had a really fun event Sunday. Kid Robot supplied a bunch of free Munny Mobiles and they had a "Mini Munny Mobile Decorating Party" that was free and open to anyone. This is my Adam West era Batman. It took me about 2.5 hours. It was a lot of fun being around so many people creating at the same time. Thanks Kirby!
You can see more photos in my Flickr stream. Also, John over at ToyCutter gave BatMun a nod.
This weeks Austin Sketch Squad theme was "France". While, yes, my first thought was "French maid, oolala", I thought I'd do a drawing of one of France's most famous, if not notorious, actresses.
9" x 16" Ink on bristol.
The theme for this weeks Austin Sketch Squad challenge was "Disguise". I was feeling a little goofy tonight, so I drew a squid in disguise. A squid who apparently has a flair for the vaudevillian.
9"x12" Ink on bristol.
This is my painting for the Old Testament part of "An Art Show of Biblical Proportions" happening in Austin Easter weekend. I treated it like a cover for a pulp novel. So many of the stories in the Old Testament would make great pulp stories.
Sol Finkelstein was a smut publisher who found God later in life. While he had a change of heart, he didn't know how to change careers, so he came up with a compromise. Pulp stories based on the Bible. This surprisingly successful series was called "The Torrid Torah- Sultry Tales from the Bible".
15" x 20" Acrylic on illustration board.
*I updated the original top image with a more color accurate one.