Saturday, May 31, 2008

Mortimer Menlo

Today's (colored) sketch is of Mortimer Menlo, famed gadgeteer and technologist. Mortimer's talents have often been employed in service to Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, in the defense of the British Empire and her colonies abroad. He served as technical adviser to the Thirty-Eighth Armored Zeppelin Division during the attack of the Venusian Space Pirettes; he also worked with the Department of Industrial Liqui-Vapor Engineering in the refinement and implementation of the Steam Widget.

It was not until his apprenticeship with master scientist Alistair P. Runcible, however, that the journeyman inventor would truly achieve greatness. Those stories, however, are still yet to be told...

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Malicious or Misunderstood?

I haven't quite decided yet.

Even though I almost never actually end up CREATING any of them, I always have a handful of projects rattling around in my head. Right now I'm working on something that would involve this character as an antagonist for the main character. He's not human (obviously), but not an alien either... and whether or not he's a "bad guy" or just a guy in a bad situation I've yet to decide.

Guess I should finish the main character first... eh, anyway. Here's today's sketch.

Monday, May 19, 2008

People Are Strange...

... especially when you have no idea who you're drawing. Seriously, who are these people? One of them isn't really even a "people" at all.

At least I drew SOMETHING, I suppose.

Monday, May 12, 2008

This Totally Happened

... well, not really. I don't think a single one of you would be surprised if it did, though.

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

This City DESERVES A Better Class of Criminal

... and I'm gonna draw it for 'em!

So, yeah, saw Iron Man this weekend. Twice. It was completely excellent both times. Part of what made it so great was the righteous trailer for The Dark Knight that showed before both showings. So, since Iron Man's armor is a pain to draw AND since I'm a bigger Bat-fan anyway... here's my take on the "new" clown-prince of crime.

... why so serious?