First off, if you haven’t been watching the superb Masters of Sex then get on it right away; it’s breathtakingly good when it’s on form (which it usually is.) Secondly, here is a portrait of Michael Sheen as the eponymous Bill Masters. I’m pretty happy with it. Look, I’m smiling – 🙂
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Good Evening! Tonight sees the return of Doctor Who to screens across the world, and to celebrate here is a picture of the new incarnation of our favourite Time Lord. Tread carefully, Doctor!
Greetings humans, demigods and internet dwellers. Yesterday one of my friends asked me to draw a picture of Malvo, Billy-Bob Thornton’s character from Fargo, then threatened to hit me if I didn’t. So, cowering from his physical prowess I set about doing this illustration. Here you are Karl, enjoy.
I think this pic would look awesome on a T-Shirt.
Wow, such humid, as that cheeky doggy would say. Not the kind of day to be sat in one place for hours upon hours but that’s what I’ve been doing to finish off this shady character.
To answer your questions:
1 – Yes, scooters are bloody difficult to draw.
2 – Of course the Joker would have a Hitler moustache and a crap Casio digital watch.
When I’ve got some more time I’ll give Harley Quinn a go (missus.)
Hello there everyone! Recently amazing artists Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr (google them and faint) unveiled their new take on Batgirl for DC Comics and the internet went crazy because it looked AMAZINGBALLS. So along with about a million other peeps I’ve done some fanart based on the new design, specially to show off her stomping boots. It took me ages to get the perspective right to my (wonky) eyes but I think it turned out pretty good!
Whoops, cleaned up a few mistakes here and there, and nobody is any the wiser. Heh he hehhh.
Helloooooooo! It’s been a while, how are you? I’m fine. Here’s something I’ve done this very day from idea to completion in 8 hours or so. It’s inspired by the recent internet sensation of Luigi in Mario Kart 8 staring daggers at the other racers when he passes by, and by the film Drive which is rather good if a bit bone-chilling. Anyway, next time you’re driving down Toad’s Turnpike, watch out for this grim spectre in your rear-view mirror lest you be on the receiving end of the Luigi death stare.
Did I mention I am a Ghostbusters fan? I did this illustration recently and submitted it as a T-shirt design to a local company, but I never heard anything back so I’m putting it up here anyway. I was much saddened to hear that Harold Ramis had passed away the other week so this is a little tribute to him and his amazing comedy work.
Yes, here is another amazing spoon-related present that I gave to my brother. I should mention that I also give proper presents on special occasions, not just baffling spoon themed documents.
This is the first of what will probably be many posts featuring odd little pictures that don’t fit anywhere. These two fine specimens of brainfart just popped into my head the other night so I blobbed them out quickly and they turned out quite well. I love all my children, even the strange ones (especially the strange ones.)
As some of you may know, I have a brother and, being a person, he has a birthday once a year. I gave him this collectible fanzine along with some proper presents as well, but this was the only one that made him wheeze like a leaky pipe organ with laughter. All the words and drawings are mine, but the photos were caught swimming about the internet.