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Creature Sketches

Its funny how easily a story develops around a face once you start noodling it out. Within minutes of playing around, you watch as a sketch becomes a character with a history you file away in your head with all the others.* *Ideally, you record those thoughts along with the image for future reference. ‘Cuz […]

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Pvc-Series

I like latex. Its a shiny 8th layer of skin. I’m not entirely sure why some people automatically associate ‘perviness’ with the wearing of this fabulous material. I suppose that much like the Walking Dead, stereotypes die hard.

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Angels

More from White Wolf’s Demon: The Fallen series.

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Hunter: The Reckoning – SpellBound

When things are going REALLY well, I get to have some of my wonderful friends model for me on commercial assignments. Here we have Aubrey as a Mage, taking a gracefully defensive position. He is opposed by Chris, a determined Hunter looking to rid the World Of Darkness of one more reality deviant.

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Hedz

It wasn’t until I was finished that I realized the face on the lower right resembles Ernie from My Three Sons. Of course, who can forget Jerry Mathers as The Beaver (center).

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Mech Assault

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A Little Architecture

more to come

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Demon: The Fallen

Studies for the cover of one of D:TF’s suppliments. For reasons unknown to me at the time, the emphasis was meant to be on the summoners and not the demon. The idea was that each of the summoners was to look vaguely like a known celebrity. This was I suppose meant to suggest the real […]

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Batman

Next to the Paul Dini/Bruce Timm animated series, my favorite permutation of the character thus far.

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Ponghe sez hai.

– His name is pronounced much like the early home video game that by its very reference, dates the artist horribly. “all your nostalgia are belong to us.”

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