Like a lot of scifi geeks out there I love me some Doctor Who, so what kind of fan would I be without a Tardis in the mix? As a Whovian, but I prefer the term Wholigan... (can't believe that never stuck), here is my rendition of the Doctor's Tardis spinning through the vortex of time and space. Geronimo!
When Ray Bradbury passed away we, as well as the world of science fiction, lost a great voice and imagination.
This illustration was used in an article published after his passing. I tried to incorporate as many of his stories as I could in this piece. We have The Illustrated Man pouring out some Dandelion Wine while holding a copy of Farenheit 451, and even The Martian Chronicles can be found in the tattoos.
Here's a before and after of a robot design I've been working on for a bit. The original was a doodle ink on paper that I then scanned and turned into a silkscreen tee, found here http://www.geekssociety.com/.
I've always liked this robot and I wanted to use it for a character in a comic I'm working on... so here he is, new and improved.
I love the old pulp style, so here's my attempt at a classic. Created by Chester Gould here's my version of the original no-nonsense police detective Dick Tracy with the famous 2-way wrist radio. For more http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Tracy
I went to TCAF, met lots of great people and I was inspired by everyone who is following the dream, their dream. It has rejuvenated my passion to draw comics. It hasn't ever really gone out, there's always been a spark deep down but its become a small spark over the years. That flicker of fire always seems to get pushed aside by one thing or another. I just always figure I'll get to it, next week, next month, next year.
I'm making a go at this whole comics business. Fingers crossed. Wish me luck:)