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The Super Mario Brothers Super Show
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    We're Not Like the Others Who Get All the Fame Click for full view An ode to two of my childhood heroes, the late Captain Lou Albano and character actor Danny Wells. With no disrespect intended to Charles Martinet–who I’ve had the pleasure of meeting in person and is a tremendously nice guy–Lou Albano’s voice is the real voice of Mario, and...

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Gifts – Cuz I’m Cheap
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  The Amazing Lamberts! Josh McGraff vs The World Walubrowni Joey MD Not Actually Japanese Click for full view   One thing that comes in very handy being an artist is that if money is tight, special one-of-kind gifts are at your fingertips. I’ve found there to be a great deal of truth in the old saying: it’s the thought that...

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Sherlock a la Searle
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  Sherlock King of Bohemia Click for full view  Eventually, when I stop being lazy (translation: never) I will do an e-book version of the Sherlock Holmes stories with this inky illustration style....

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Harry Potter – The Animated Series
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  He Killed My Parents Didn't He? Professor Quirrel is two-faced Click for full view With what little imagination there is left in Hollywood anymore, I give it inside of ten years before this whole series gets re-booted. My money is on animated series. Bonus prediction: James Potter will be played by Dan Radcliffe in a...

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Gentlebot
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Gentlebot

May 16, 2013 by

Gentlebot Gentlebot W.I.P. Click for full view The second piece in the “copperbot” series, this was an attempt to ape the digital painting technique of master illustrator Dave Rapoza, with general success. He has a very unique “push-pull” method of picking a color, brushing in against the contrasting color, then using the eyedropper tool to sample back and forth as the colors blend together,...

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Fatman
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Fatman

May 14, 2013 by

Fatman Click for full view We’ve all seen this guy in public, though why he feels the need to “share” with the world his glorious, stretch-marked self is beyond comprehension, while his cut-off sweatpants straddle the line between fashion crime and safety hazard. Frozen with disgust, you find you can’t avert your eyes from the grotesque yet oddly compelling contours of rolling fat, that...

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Who is Who?
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Who is Who?

May 13, 2013 by

Who is Who? Click for full view People assume that art is a strict progression of sketch to finished piece. But actually from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint it’s more like a big ball of wibbly-wobbly...

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