A ray-gun I created in Adobe Illustrator using vector shapes and gradients. It is based on a photo of a toy from the 1950s/60s. I made this in 2012.
I used to blow glass off and on for a few years. I mainly worked with borosilicate, but at one point I experimented with moretti glass. It is more liquidy and less forgiving, but is good for sculpting figures once you get the hang of it.
Here is a Jack Skellington (Nightmare Before Christmas) figure I made around 2008-2009. The green slime extending from his hand is his “soul robber” which was a feature the character had in the videogame; I just included it as a support function so he would be able to stand.
I just ran across this drawing from a few years ago.
Pen and ink, cleaned up and colored in Illustrator/Photoshop.
This is a movie poster I made for a friend’s independant film about man waking up with a creature growing from his arm. It was titled “Personal Growth.” I don’t believe the film was ever finished.
Pen and ink drawing, scanned and cleaned up. The lettering and splatters were done with india ink and paintbrush.
One of the first drawings I did with Procreate/Adonit Jot Touch 4 combo on my iPad. Originally drawn on a sticky note at a friend’s house.
A drawing with inspiration from Tim Burton, Elvira, Vampira, Morticia, etc.
Yes there is an eyeball in the cocktail.