As a rule, I'm generally not into gore much. But, perhaps it's more of a guideline.
Was at this year's Art of Horror exhibit on October 3rd and got bored. Not with the art, with only a few exceptions it was wonderful. Not just grossness but a good mix of visceral and psychological creepy-ness.
But, after three hours of watching and not being able to have good conversations, I had to go. So, I went out into the corridor and sat down to do Inktober for that day.
Here she is:
She became the seed for this year's 24 Hour Comics Day comic. I'll post that later. I've only got bad phone photos and want to scan it properly.
This was a day late. It was done eating fried chicken bits at Arts Riot in Burlington while waiting to attend a showing of Buckaroo Banzai Across The 8th Dimension (oh, it was awesome!)
same place. The pen was bad and the paper had a heavy tooth. Not my best work.
This was done at the Art of Horror exhibit at the S.P.A.C.E. Gallery in Burlington. I was overheated and a little bored so, I went out into the corridor to draw.
I like this one but, there is a horrible part of it. 24-Hour Comics Day is tomorrow and I can't stop thinking of a story for her! You're not supposed to have a story when you start, darnit!
Hey, it's Inktober and this week, I'm doing a series of Flying Pigs to commemorate the fact that I, Luddite that I am, now own a cell phone. And not a flip phone either (thought it does have the pull-out keyboard.
This is a little plane loosely based on the P-26 Peashooter but made a little chubbier as befits a Flying Pig plane.
This is based on the old Evil Nazi Jetpack Penguin pack. Two GIs take over an experimental airfield
Just a Generic Jet Trainer as part of the Flying Pigs demonstration team
This is my favorite aircraft ever: the F-104 Starfighter Not the greatest but, what's not to like about a manned missile with wings?
On to a starfighter of a different kind: the Starfury! t's a little bit of a cheat. Just doing the linework was 4.5 hours starting at 9AM today. so, I decided not to ink the whole sky but, instead, relied on Photoshop to make some space...
Thiis drawing depicts LtCdr. Pigatha Leigh, Commander Space Group (C.S.G.) of Zeta Squadron during the Secession of Babylon 5
listening to while posting: "Do what you want" by OKGo