Sunday, June 27, 2010

Mega VS. Met!

Here's a fun pic I drew in class last semester. I really was listening to the lecture. Seriously, drawing helps me focus. This is Mega Man fighting a Metall, which as kids we used to call them "Lil' Mets". They are one of my favorite baddies in the series.

Fire Man DLN. 007

Here he is, the hottest robot master from Mega Man: Fire Man. Keeping with my theme of "what do the robot masters do when they're bored", I have Fire Man putting his head to some good use. I just noticed too that in this series of fan art I've had a few of the robots eating...that must be something I do when I'm bored, that and draw robot masters.

Snake Man DWN. 022

Yes, yes, I know I've posted this image before, or something extremely close to it. I'm a bit of a Mega Man nut, and thought it would be funny to show how Snake Man eats. He's got to be doing something while he's waiting in that large room, waiting for Mega Man to come and blast him.
In my previous post Snake Man was eating a real rat. C'mon, that's just nasty. Above Snake Man is mawing down on a Ratton, from Toad Man's level in Mega Man 4 (released December of '91). Anyway, it was fun to try this picture again, and this time colour it on the computer.

You know, Snake Man might be one of the toughest bosses in Mega Man 3 (released September '90).

Saturday, June 19, 2010

I Wish I Never Met You Final

Hey All! This is a piece I worked closely on with my thesis advisor Stan Sakai at my time at the Center for Cartoon Studies. It appears in DoubleThink #9, there still might be some issues at Earth Prime Comics in Burlington, VT.

I added to this comic, for this viewing, and any future printing, some spot blacks on the kids' shirts and the table tops. I did all that in photoshop and was pretty happy with how the inverted NIRVANA came out on the shirt. For those of you into photoshop, you just select the area you want inverted and hit apple I, changes black to white and white to black.
Okay, enough tech talk. Hope you liked the comic.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

White River Liver

This is probably what would happen if I talked to strangers, or if I said anything more to my dog than "good boy" and "NO!"