Wednesday, April 8, 2015

75 Year Old Batman may be Senile but He's Still Got Gadgets


Dear Director,

   A longtime supporter of the various Arkham Treatment Facility, Mr. Bruce Wayne is treated with the utmost care. Mr. Wayne's is a complex case. He is suffering from multiple psychological issues that, we think, arise from living under the public eye for so long. Of course, we all know the Bruce Wayne of days past-that billion dollar playboy. In and out of the tabloids and newspapers, Mr. Wayne was constantly under public scrutiny. It is our belief that such a long standing relationship with the public eye in such a negative light has created what we can only refer to as neurotic episodes of paranoia and delusions of grandeur.
   Mr. Wayne has upon repeated occasions broken out of his room during night hours, donned a makeshift costume and crept through the halls doing what he calls "stalking". It seems, as sad as it is, that Bruce Wayne believes that he is the Batman (the costumed vigilante that once caught criminals in Gotham City proper). 
   It would be wrong of me not to note that Mr. Wayne has a tremendous amount of physical damage to his body. Most of this shows itself in the form of scarring, evidence of poorly mended broken bones and a general lack of any cartilage in any of his extremities. It seems that Mr. Wayne may have been hiding these psychological problems from the public for some time. 
   Further observation is needed. Thank you sir.

                                                                                                                     -Dr. Bill Main

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

A comic that basically recounts my childhood in one sitting

A wonderful friend recently asked me to participate in a little collective of artists and writers creating all ages comics. The group, called The Slumberland Digest, posts nightly installments of comics so your dreamy head can go to sleep on a good note. Follow them, as there are little differences my comic that you can only see on the IG. Here's a link: The Slumberland Digest

That being said, here is my pretty true to life comic. I was a Nintendo junkie.












Saturday, December 27, 2014

Major Tom, the Cat Happily Lost in Space

  • Ground control to Major Tom...

    He's taken his fish pills and he's put his helmet on. Boy does he look excited to be floating around in the vast unknown of space! Yet, he'd be even MORE excited to be drifting around on your walls at home. Tom would be right as rain if he were cruising on your nursery wall, kicking it in the kitchen or even bumbling around in your bathroom. 
    Here's a small process of how Major Tom came to be.
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    I always start with a small sketch in my trusty sketchbook!
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    Sometiimes, that sketch is refined into a digital mockup so I can test colors and whatnot...
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    The drawing is then transferred to birch plywood and cut out carefully with a jigsaw.
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    After being sanded and primed (in this case with clear primer), the paint begins. I guess I wanted to start with the cutest part first this time!
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    More refining and painting. Russian cosmonaut style!!!
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    Pop them peepers!
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    Buttons and gadgets because....buttons and gadgets.
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    Major Tom the Space Cat / 80BUY THIS
    What up gurl...?

    Buy Major Tom here!