I can't believe I haven't posted this here yet. I did this little newspaper strip for the UK Cancer Research Race for the Cure. It features Mark Millar's Hit Girl character, which he let them use in their amazing "Up Yours, Cancer" ad campaign. They asked if he knew a cartoonist that would be willing to work with them on a small 3 panel strip, Mark and his partner Lucy put me in touch with them and I did this up for them. It was seen in newspapers and news sites around the UK and they even got a giant cardboard stand up of my Hit Girl art done up. I had a pretty big grin on my face for a while that.
This is based on a photo of my good friend Cherry Valance, model extraodinaire, that once I saw it I knew I had to do something with some of the colours I saw in it. Then I figured why not just do my interpretation of the photo as an album cover. I quite like the pic and you can see the original photo and more of Cherry here: http://www.modelmayhem.com/827597 She's awesome!
One of my favourite games. I remember I had rented this one night when it came out, couldn't get anywhere. I played for hours. The next day I wanted to show it to my buddy and I finished it in about an hour and a bit. Now if Nintendo would make a new Star Fox game that plays kind of like Colony Wars, I'll get the system they put it on :)
Fresh off my computer screen, a Star Trek poster! This will be at the Ottawa Comic Con this year, so if you'd like one, stop by and pick one up. You can always email me as well. This will be 11" x 17" on a matte stock paper, I can't wait to get them printed, the job just isn't complete until you see it printed.
Here are the two Boba Fett paintings, finally done. I don't know which one to get printed up for the art show but maybe I'll just get both done. I prefer the more artsy one, it's a little more raw, feels more free. However I think that the more detailed one will appeal to more people. Yeah, I'll just get both done. These are 8 x 16 and will be available at The Comic Book Shoppe art show at the end of November.