"Think of it, Batman. To never again walk on a summer’s day with the hot wind in your face and a warm hand to hold. Oh yes, I’d kill for that!"
Happy Batman Day!
I will be at the Blick Art store today on 6th Ave in Manhattan from noon to whenevers drawing , as well as giving painting and inking demos. Stop on through!
(A better scan coming soon.)
Based on one of my twitter musings.
(All the Daves I know aren’t engaged yet.)
Anyone remember that part of A Storm of Swords where Tyrion requested trial by combat, and had to fight Frieza?
Another work in progress (which may never get done), inspired by something ridiculous my buddy Rob said after Tyrion’s speech on last week’s episode.
"Tyrion has to fight Frieza!"
GUYS! Floating World Comics in Portland, Oregon is having a BARTKIRA Gallery Show opening tonight, and I’m pretty sure they’re be up for the rest of the month! My pages I did around this time last year are being displayed! ¡Ay, Caramba! Quite honored to have them displayed amongst so many other talented artists.
Seriously, if any of you guys are in the Portland area, I highly recommend checking the show out!
Watercolor & Ink
For MF Gallery’s Dave Brockie Memorial Art Show
"I never try anything. I just do it. And I don’t beat clocks, just people! Wanna try me?"
Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!
watercolor and ink
My piece for Angel City Derby Girl’s “Eat Your Art Out 7” and The Keep A Breast Foundation’s charity art show. This year’s theme is Grindhouse.
The shows at Titmouse Inc. again this year, on the 3rd of May. Go check it out if you live in the LA area!
"Chosen Undead Fondle"
Remember that Dark Souls throw away doodle I made a while back? Its still not finished, but its getting there, slowly. Other projects and deadlines have been taking priority, and I had to keep it on the back burner for a bit. I still need to get a copy of Dark Souls 2, and make even more ridiculous fan art from that too!
Enjoy this work in progress in the meantime.
"What Planet Is This?!"
Watercolor and Ink
This is a little something I made for the Cowboy Bebop fan zine.
I had a bunch of ideas thumb nailed out for this. Stuff that when I took a look back on them, some felt too dull, boring, or not interesting in the long run. I really wanted to do something related to Heavy Metal Queen’s bar scene, but how do I make it unique, humorous, and still have a lot of fun with it?
Then I thought, how much would he of had to drank in order to end up somewhere, or anywhere ridiculous, within the (Shinichiro Watanabe’s) universe? Then it hit me:
"You can still make one, theres some snow left under the car."