Saturday, June 07, 2014

Saturday Sketch: Golden Age Kent Nelson

I don't know much about Kent Nelson from the original Doctor Fate stories.  I've always been much more interested in Doctor Fate anyway.  Much like the sketch of Inza Cramer, the fun in this piece was doing the research into vintage clothing and hairstyles. 

{2.5x3.5,  created in Adobe Photoshop}

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Friday, June 06, 2014

Exhumed: Floating

I've done several sketches and pieces on this theme of isolated floating within space.  The Original sketch for this piece had a softer tone to so I approached it with that in mind.  I tried to give it a more painterly style and the figure a moon like quality.  This piece has been waiting to be posted for awhile.  This piece is one of several that inspired me to begin doing the Exhumed posts to begin with.

{8x7.66,  Graphite with color added in Adobe Photoshop}

Thursday, June 05, 2014


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Wednesday, June 04, 2014

From the Archives: Hyenaman

Here we have a sketch from some time ago of a man animal.  Initially my thought was of a hyena, but this isn't very hyena like at all.  Perhaps he is just a smug werewolf instead?  Now that I think about it, this looks a little bit like Scar from The Lion King.


Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Featured Creature: The Waverly House

"The Waverly house has been abandoned for well over ten years.  Every spring, the property used to be covered with brightly colored flowers, but after the Waverly family disappeared, it grew thick with wild grass and tall weeds.  Over the years several real estate companies have tried to sell the property, but as soon as any of them toured the house they changed their minds mighty quick.  Eventually, the Waverly house was condemned by the city.

The summer that the Waverlies disappeared saw some of the worst storms on record in Colby county.  One night, lightning struck the tall oak at the back of the property.  That same night, the youngest child, Nathaniel, died suddenly.  A tornado had ripped up the northern part of the county as little Nathaniel was breathing his last.  The coroner's report listed that Nathaniel died of crib death, but anyone who has seen the Waverly house at night knows otherwise.  Something bad come down out of that storm and took root.  That house ain't been right ever since.

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