Thursday, March 12, 2009

Inbred Fishing

Van Gogh - "Sunflowers".
Warhol - "Campbell Soup".
Me - "Jethro Jr. done some fishing with this here shotgun axe".

Who says my work can't be deep and meaningful?

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

GDT Congrats Advert

Every so often, I do a card or an advert for some random occasional occasion. Here is an example of one such occasion.

Back in May 2008, director Guillermo Del Toro recieved a Saturn George Pal Memorial Award for his fine work on films such as "Hellboy", "Pan's Labyrinth", "Devil's Backbone" and "Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo". (actually, I might have to check my sources on that last one).
Anyhoo... some of the guys over here New Zedland wanted to put a congratulary advert in the award show brochure that was handed out at the event. This image was the result.

I am still running from Guillermo to this day.

Monday, March 9, 2009

Weta Calender Pages_Part un.

Way back in September of Two Thousand and diggity Eight, mankind hadn't invented days or months yet. So it was left to a numerically dyslexic person like myself to make a thing called a calender to help other idjits in the world remember when days like the first of April would be.
This callender was then given as a Xmas gift for people working at Weta Workshop and sold in the official Weta store for the average Joe to buy a copy. Needless to say it was a huge success for landfill owners throughout Wellington.
For your viewing displeasure, here are the first few pages that started the trend for burning calenders you've come to know and love. I'll post the other pages some other time when I feel you need another digital kick in the groinbag.


An old, quick portrait of Weta Designer and Weta Raygun creator Greg Broadmore. You can find his own face-punchingly good work at...
By the way, Greg's face is now 99% beard so this image is a bit out of date.

As an added note, this was the first picture I did using my new "Wacom Cintiq LCD tablet doowhatsit". It's just like using paper except imagine the paper is worth $1000 or so and looks more like a LCD wacom tablet than paper. So in other words, it is nothing like paper.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Old Stuff to fill up an otherwise blank looking blog

Just looked at my Blog page to see if my first entry worked.

It did. Only problem was my page looked boring as hell with just one picture on it.

So I've decided to add a bunch of old stuff to fill it up... even if some of this old stuff makes vomit happen to my throat with it's try-hardness.

Here's one of Abe Lincoln, 16th president of the U.S.A. , dressed up to look like Hellboy. Or it could just be Hellboy. Whoever it looks more like, it's supposed to be that one.

Roller Derby Poster

Well, here goes. First blog doohicky whatsit. Was asked to do a poster for a roller derby. Did it. This is it. Sure the poster may be nothing spectacular but I have to admit it was pretty fun to do. 'nuff said.