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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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Tormenta

pencil, ball-point pen(s), highlighters and a sharpie.

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Fat M.A.C.

Extremely durable survey mech designed to explore a variety of harsh environments. The applications are myriad.

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“Carolyn”

A figment, a fancy. A little Marilyn, a little Nancy (Kovak, that is). At least that’s who she reminds me of. Don’t grok the Nancy Kovak? For shame, citizen. Google or Alltheweb for her pictures. Regrettably there are few. -here’s a hint: she played Medea in Jason and The Argonauts. Her performance was a spectacle […]

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Affiniti Lux

Normally one to stand on formality, Affiniti insisted on dressing for the occasion. I said it was only a sketch, so she should explore the more casual end of her teeming wardrobe. So she just stood there and posed as is.

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‘Ere, what’s all this then?

Hopefully the most well-stocked wing of the gallery before too long. Sketches are the best way to look into artists’ minds and see both how they think and what they’re thinking about. Visual problem-solving can be extremely rewarding if for no other reason than to provide something tangible (or at least visible) to show for […]

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