Sunday, April 29, 2007


I was looking at one of the desktops I made and thought it'd make a good sticker. I created the separations, uploaded the file and placed a small order of 500 stickers. As soon as I had placed the order, I realized that the design was very similar to the Toy Machine logo. Crap. At least it was a small order and relatively cheap. It has inspired me to get some other sticker designs done in the following months or so. The design above is one of them.

Peter Pan Speedrock - Resurrection

If only all music videos were this great...

Saturday, April 28, 2007

2012: The End

December 21, 2012 is Doomsday according to certain theories, prophesies, fortune tellers, etc. It's nice to have a little reminder of your own mortality while pumping gas. And what if 12/21/12 IS Doomsday? What can I do about it? I gotta feed myself and entertain myself until then anyway.

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Illustration Friday: Polar

I don't know either. It's past my bedtime.


Danya Pride!

Another one of my work pranks that I thought I'd lost was lost forever. Moral was low in the department, so I made some uplifting posters mocking our actual conditions. I think everyone hated their own picture, but liked the others, and somehow they all stayed posted on the wall.

Bite Me Devil Dog!

I definitely need a better way to catalog and keep track of all my work. I keep stumbling onto long forgotten files. And some of it isn't completely horrible. I need a librarian or someone to organize it all.

Saturday, April 21, 2007

28 New Savage Monsters Desktops!

Sometimes I'm lazy in my prolific endeavors. I made a whole bunch of desktops, but didn't make the one that I originally set out to make. And I only made 1024x768 versions of them. And I haven't even bothered to put a link on Savage Monsters yet. Boy am I lazy. Here are the desktops.

Troll Gap Voltage

Normally, I hate cleaning, but when I find a folder full of photocopies of Gary Panter's sketches, it makes it all worth while. Troll Gap Voltage is one of my favorites in the batch.

Friday, April 20, 2007

Peter Potamus

Seeing Saxton's Throwback Thursday reminded me of a Peter Potamus short I did a bit of work on back in the day. I drew Peter's arms and vest and some rocks and clouds. I might've drawn a tree, too. Underground cartoonist Mark Beyer did all the design and I believe requested not to be in the credits.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Updated Shorts

I reworked some short animations that I did sometime last year; put some sound in and reworked the stories a bit. They're better, but still not quite there. I think I'm leaving them alone for the time being, though. Check them out here...

I Will Destroy You!
Tank Trouble

Monday, April 16, 2007

Cigarettes Kill Kids

A forgotten and just found strip I did awhile for a zine Jeremy Gallante is doing. And a subtle reminder that I've gotta get a new strip done for the forth coming issue of Mauled, done through Manual Comics.

Sunday, April 15, 2007

10 Little Pedestrians

10 Little Bike Riders

When I was in 3rd grade, my teacher Miss Minshall, gave me a bunch of pamphlets that she was going to just throw out. For some reason I guess I came off as a kid who would get a kick out of safety pamphlets. In any case, she was right. They are pretty morbid. Nine out of ten people die in every pamphlet. And now I REALLY wish I could find all of them. Originally, I had all these...

10 Little Bike Riders
10 Little Pedestrians
10 Little Hunters
10 Little Children
10 Little Boaters

I've only got the first 2 now. Not sure if I threw the others away or if they're still lurking in my parents basement somewhere.

Anybody have any of these? Or pics of them?

Mail Me Art

I was asked to submit to MAILmeART and this is my first submission. It should be in the mail tomorrow. I used to do stuff like this all the time when I was in high school and college. I originally got into drawing on envelopes from reading Mail Drop in Thrasher in the 80s. I miss that era...Thrasher was printed on newsprint and Pushead had a column called PusZone. Everything had more of a punk rock/zine asthetic. But I digress.

Dynamic Full Color

Saturday, April 14, 2007


Out of the blue, I felt a compulsion to make a pattern out of a skull print I did years ago. I was searching my files looking for a vector version of it, but found this bottle of poison. I probably should've just left it at that. None of the skull patterns are really doing anything for me. Time to move onto something else

Illustration Friday: Fortune

Friday, April 13, 2007

Past Secret Lairs

I looked up a couple of my past Secret Lairs on Yahoo maps and was really impressed with the photos. I like seeing the buildings from an angle. The top image is Hoboken, NJ. And I believe the view is looking West South West. The pic of the DC Secret Lair is looking North.

The photo of my current Secret Lair is a top down view and not very interesting. And if I gave up the exact location, it wouldn't really be a Secret Lair.

Saturday, April 07, 2007

Illustration Friday: GREEN

Club Hell

In college, Wednesdays were long days filled with hard and/or crappy classes so it was deemed Hell Day by one of my friends and me. Club Hell was formed to blow off some steam. Normally, it consisted of playing darts, sending out for pizza. And there may have been some beer involved. Ah, those were the days.

The flyer was done by Steve Pool.

Friday, April 06, 2007

Forgotten Paintings of Yore

I think I did these in 2003. I hadn't painted in a long time when I did these. And I haven't painted much since. I'm just another kid ruined by Flash.