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Updated: 2018-04-18T23:55:20.272-06:00


New art blog


Posting newer art @this blog:

Thanksgiving Pilgrim


Vintage 1647 Myles Standish baseball card.

Monster Mash...up




(image) Listening to the Pirates 4 soundtrack.

Skatin' Leprechaun


(image) This one is based on listening to a ton of Flogging Molly this week. Happy St. Patrick's Day!
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Mama Tried


Going to start a new theme, paintings based on songs. Kicking it off with the song Mama Tried by the great Merle Haggard. There are also some terrific covers of this song by Johnny Cash, the Grateful Dead & Dwight Yoakam. width="420" height="315" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="">




Die Wanna Wanga


(image) Oil painting for a Star Wars art project, more info about the book here: link

Schoolism class special





(image) Happy Halloween!

Interview & contest


Doing an interview on sketchoholic tomorrow @ 2pm ET / 11am PT There is also a contest, the winner of the sketch/painting topic "lazy bones" will get a sketch and a free copy of Corel Painter 11. You can check out the details here: Thanks for stoppin' by!


Mrs. Claus



A follow-up painting to last year's version of Santa Claus.

Brütal Legend Tribute


This is not the Greatest Game in the World, no. This is just a tribute.

This game will indeed rule: Brütal Legend

Seamus O'Malley


Inspired by this awesome blog: Mustaches of the Nineteenth Century

Princess coloring book


(image) (image) This one started out as a random google image search for coloring book pages. I'm not quite sure which artist to credit for the original drawing. Go here for the link to the image.

I was actually studying this classic Ingres painting as inspiration for the color palette. And yes, I do realize how offensive this combination must be to all the art purists out there. Ah well.(image)

Sketch Infectus


(image) It's been a while, I've been working lately on some stuff I can't post quite yet. In the meantime I would admonish you to check out the incredibly talented Joe Bluhm's new sketchbook. It's chock full of some great drawings and quotes from a number of artists on the benefits of keeping a sketchbook.

Also on the inspirational quote front, I really like some of the quotes Stephen Silver has put up in this Facebook group. Always a good read.

Lucky the Leprechaun


Here's to a Magically Delicious™ St. Patty's Day.

Junius Brutus Booth


Quick head study of Junius Brutus Booth, he was John Wilkes Booths' pappy. Apparently he wasn't a big fan of the guv'mint either and sent a threatening letter to then President Andrew Jackson back in the day.
Favorite line from the Wiki page:
"It was often difficult for his friends to tell whether he was drunk or crazy."

Santa "Big Red" Claus



The McMurtry Sisters


(image) Mabel & Madge.

Frank N. Stein



Skeletor Pondering


(image) I guess this could be considered fan-art if I was a fan of Masters of the Universe. But I'm not. I am a fan of skulls, however. Be sure to check out Adam's and Sam's for some good stuff.

Sketchbook auction for Primary Children's Medical Center


(image) Randall Sly put together a fantastic sketchbook of a bunch of different artists during Comic-Con this year and is auctioning it off on ebay.
All of the proceeds will go to Primary Children's Medical Center.
Check out the Character Design blog for more in-depth information, and the story behind this auction.

Please spread the word if you get a chance.


Snow Monstah!


(image) A snow monster for the Avalanche blog.

Miguel de


(image) Been a really busy month @ work, too much going on lately.

Here's a sketch for a fun collaborative project you can check out here:

Thanks for stoppin' by!