Vintage lady number two - FANTOMAH!!!
The most marvellous woman ever known.
(Original 1940 by Fletcher Hanks as Barclay Flagg)
Having some fun redesigning a few vintage comic ladies.
First up CAMILLA! Jungle-viking Queen? haha
(Original 1940 by C. A. WInter)
Whilst Hannibal lacks the dramatic chops of other shows it is by far one of the most stylish. Gotta love the slick ‘oily-murder’ aesthetics.
Today Miliband wants International Ocean Police!
Ink and gouache are the way forward!!!
Today’s editorial is from this article about the ‘Rise of the Machines’ as professed by Google’s new director of engineering.
This new regime is being brutal on my sense of self but I feel I’m steadily making progress to where I want to be. Whew art is hard.
So I’m shaking up my routine to become a pro! I’m waking up early and starting each day with an editorial mock-up. This will help me shape my work to be more commercially viable as well as getting me to draw concepts outside my usual comfort zone.
First up this fun little Guardian article about why prospective time-travellers probably shouldn’t kill Hitler. (For my money someone just as bad but less foolish would take the reigns of the Third Reich with dire results).
Anonymous asked: how do you do the art stuf like dat
necromancy, druidic herbalism and a pact with a certain horned deity
A Wynter wrayth remembers that one really stupid thing he did as one of the living.
The lost crow-child of Puddlemoore. #illustration #melancholy #crow
I currently have a featured article on the wonderful Forage Press. An art blog that examines the combination of visual and auditory creativity. The above image is my favourite from the article, and has tempted me into working on some narrative work (shock horror). I think the pieces should have been put together in a panelled, comic-like format. Hindsight ‘ay.