Here are all of the wonderful pets I gave a makeover for #EdensMakeoverMonday this July ^^
Sylvester the cat pirate
Theo the super happy robot dog.
And last but not least, Sofus the space traveling cat!
So I was asked if I could draw some Star Wars tattoo designs in the style of Calvin and Hobbes. I’m usually not a big fan of drawing in other art styles than my own, but this sounded way to fun not to do!
So here is what I ended up with. Can’t wait to see them as finished tattoos!
May the Meow be with you!
I have also uploaded a speed paint video of how I drew R2-MEOW2 here:
If you have liked my page on facebook, or follow me on twitter, you are probably aware that I have just been a part of the Drawn Chorus Collective exhibition in London. So I guess that is pretty much what this post will be about 🙂 The name of the Exhibition was AHOY! A nautical illustrative imagining of mysteries and tales of the sea.
Me and my friend Hector setting up the window display for the show.
For this show, I was inspired by the crappy horror movies that I love so much, and decided to draw my very own set of VS posters. I had a lot of fun naming them, which I am sure the people who make these sorts of movies do as well :p
Super RoboUppercut VS Ultimate Killzilla
Ultra BoomPowBot VS Giga Sharkinator
Killer Bionic Botswarm VS Mega Megaconda
Lord Lazer Cyborg VS Über Tentacle Menace
I got a little carried away when drawing the details in the robots, adding all sort of stuff. I have even drawn a little TV screen showing King Kong running on TCM on the Super RoboUppercut VS Ultimate Killzilla one. I did add a few other small homages to different popular culture, but you will have to find those for yourself :p
The Espacio gallery (where the show was held) was nice enough to make a video from the opening night which you can view here:
I am really happy with how the show went! I got to see a lot of great work from the rest of the Drawn Chorus Collective, met a lot of new great people, and even got to say hi to one of the readers of this blog 🙂
And here is my final zombiefied poster. The wizard of oz. One of the most trippy movies there is! FYI The bloody hand prints on Dorothy’s dress is from a munchkin villager.
I have gotten all the zombie posters printed out and ready, so hopefully I’ll sell a few of them on Saturday at Desucon Fantasy. Wish me luck! I’ll add a few pictures later on with the rest of the stuff I’m gonna sell as well.
Making zombie posters was a lot of fun, and I am sure I will draw more of them in the future. For now however, I think I’m gonna take a little break from zombies. So much else to draw! Like Barbarians 😀 But if you have a movie you desperately want to see zombiefied, let me know in the comments, and I will keep it in mind the next time I draw some zombies 🙂