Tuesday, March 31, 2009


Here's a couple sketches out of the moleskine:

Creative use for duct tape #106...

...MacGyvering a pencil holder onto a sketchbook.

Friday, March 20, 2009

"Don't trick me, gypsy!"

I had the privilege of attending Baxtale at the Bordello last week.
I brought my trusty Moleskine along, since tribal belly dancing isn't something I can sketch every day. For the record, drawing in dim red light is difficult. (Dead sexy, but difficult.)

Here's some footage of Se7en's performance:

I couldn't find footage of Petrojvic Blasting Company from that night, but here they are in broad daylight.

B-Movie Starlets is still rolling along! I'll post more stuff soon.
(Hotel reservations for the Con filled up in the first two hours of opening! :( But something always opens up later.)


Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Aliens vs. Predator done right:

This is NOT MY ART. ...but I wish it was.
These pieces were done by an advertising agency called DDB for an AvP movie marathon in New Zealand.


I posted these because I watched Aliens vs. Predator 2 and it was just terrible. Thank goodness it was a rental.
But in its defense, the movie was ALMOST as ridiculously funny as these images.

Monday, March 09, 2009

Waiting for the Watchmen

So I saw Watchmen this weekend. It was really fun and it stayed pretty true to the book (yeah, except for the ending).
I gotta say the slow motion brutality was overdone and the sex scenes were mini-pornos (really awkward mini-pornos) but it was, overall, a pretty good movie.
For the folks who detested it, I have to echo Patton Oswalt and say that there are FAR worse comic-adaptation movies out there (Daredevil, Elektra, Catwoman). So there.

I brought my moleskine sketchbook along with me for the wait beforehand.
Inspired by geekiness, I drew the same two blue dudes that Dave Gibbons drew. (Two, you say?) Most folks are now familiar with Dr. Manhattan, but unless they read 2000ad (the same birthplace as Judge Dredd) they've probably never heard of the Rogue Trooper. Blue's MY favorite color. I think Dave Gibbons has the same opinion.

More Starlets stuff in the works!