I went with Macho Man look from Wrestlemania III. I wanted to include the ring bell, even though he didn't get to clock Steamboat with it, it played a part in the build up to the match and he would've used it again if George The Animal Steele hadn't gotten involved. Anyway it's an awesome match.
This was going to be just a quick sketch thing to post on Halloween, then I decided to turn it into like an 80's horror movie poster. I figure he's like a demon that wears a pumpkin as a space helmet. And he might use blood to power his spaceship, I don't know. Here is the pencil version and the inks.
I haven't been super active on the blog lately and that's partially due to the fact that I've been busy working on a webcomic. Above is a teaser image I did a few months ago for The Outrunners, a comic written by Jonathan Gelatt and drawn by me. You can check out the first seven pages HERE.
" I am mighty. I have a glow you cannot see. I have a heart as big as the moon. As warm as bathwater. We are superheroes, men, we don't have time to be charming. The boots of evil were made for walkin'. We're watching the big picture, friend. We know the score. We are a public service, not glamour boys. Not captains of industry. Keep your vulgar moneys. We are a justice sandwich. No toppings necessary. Living rooms of America, do you catch my drift? Do you dig? "
My apartment complex lost power last Monday because of hurricane Sandy, we got power back last night. Above are drawings I did mostly by candlelight while killing time over the past week. Drew these to keep my mind occupied. No computer and no lighbox is stupid. Electricity rules. Hot shower!
My girlfriend still has a My Pet Monster sitting next to her bed and I love the colors of it and wanted to draw a 'what would it look like if the kid from the cartoon grew up and still hung out with his pet monster'. Pencil version here.
This is a twelve page comic I've been working on for a while. I wrote it mainly because I wanted to draw sharks, shipwrecks and stuff. One of the main inspirations was a photo I saw of a sunken schooner up in Canada. You can read it page by page below, view it in Google Docs, or download the pdf.