Sunday, November 22, 2009

An obvious cartoon cross-over goldmine

I suppose this is 6 months too late, but I found this old marker drawing on my computer.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Friday, November 20, 2009

Another doodle

So, I was taking a night off, smoking, and watching South Park. I think this is one of the better doodles I made that night. I taped the fortune I got form the chinese food I had for dinner that night.

The two characters on the top art supposed to be on a motorcycle. They wern't supposed to look like they were embracing... I like the drawing regardless.

I don't know what to say about the little "disney" cartoon-women-thing in the bottom right corner.

A few sketches of musicians. They aren't exactly "current". I invite any guesses on who exactly they are.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Saturday, November 14, 2009

First Two Pages

Bottom page is first. More to come...

Friday, November 13, 2009

Persona 3 - Jin Shirato and Moros

I've been playing around with digital coloring lately. The yellow line drawing is the scan from my sketchbook.

Here we have my favorite video game character of all time: Jin Shirato, a minor antagonist from the PS2 game Persona 3.

What can't be said about Jin? Computer hacker, glasses, amoralist belief system...

Jin is personafied by the god Moros, who is pictured here as the robot holding Jin. in Greek(?) mythology Moros was a son of Nyx and brother to Hypnos, Thanatos and Kerr. Moros embodies the concept of doom, or inevitable fate.

'nuf said.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

I dunno what to put up.
The image on the left is a sample comic book page. I feel it is representative of my (current) art style. The other image is the same character, but facing another direction.

I'll be posting the comic as I complete it.

I've wanted to draw comics since I was a little kid, but I always assumed I'd be bad at that job. This belief has nothing to do with drawing skill. It's more that I am unable to think linearly. I also can't imagine how I would produce work REGULARLY throughout the year. I guess I'm being a negative Nancy. But I've been racking my brain for ways to circumvent these two problems. Hopefully I'll find a clever solution.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Lara, Unfinished

I have been sorting through a box of old drawings and found this. It is Lara Croft, with her arm around what was to be a stone statue. I actually think I made her TOO cheasty.

Final Print Project

I painted the below pic, then made a polymer plate from the image. The top image is one of the prints from the polymer plate on some textured white-ish paper. I then colored the print with marker.

Friday, October 23, 2009

Monday, October 19, 2009

The Adventures of Katsten and Jessicat

My best friend and I created this comic shortly after graduating high school. It's a cute comic, but have been reluctant to put it up since it is from a while back. Shown here are two pages I really like.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Super Jessicat

Just a little sketch. I've always been found of this one. It was done with marker on a cream colored envelope.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

The Great Mouse Detective - An odd second cousin in the Disney film family

These drawings are of Basil from the Disney Movie "The Great Mouse Detective". The movie wasn't particularly popular, at least not for a Disney Movie. I guess the stories of Sherlock Holmes weren't big with the Disney demographic.
A caricature, of sorts.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

I drew and colored this with col-erase pencils and marker. This is a woman whose "shawl" is no an animal pelt, but a giant, hairy monster-bug. I did this for a monster drawing class. Actually, this is just the sketch of the final project, which was in the form of a before-after type thing. I'll put up the final version in a bit.

Monday, September 21, 2009


To be continued...

More to come soon!

Katsten Montage

Sunday, September 20, 2009

A sketch for a big drawing I did. I can't remember why I wrote the single word "Privation" in the corner.

Another drawing - Female Character

I could never think of an appropriate name for this girl.


I drew this a few years ago. Colored in Prismacolor marker.
That awkward, sharpie-outlined "M" grates on my nerves.
Otherwise I still rather like this drawing.


This is the corner of a piece I did. The piece was medium sized and done in copic and prismacolor markers, prismacolor colored pencils. The outline is done in brown pen and I'm suprised at how much I like that.

I think I've overlooked an important piece of info. I have posted only a fraction of the piece. This was all I could fit on my rinky-dink scanner. I keep hoping some thought will come over me, like "Kinko's might have scanners!" this has not happened. I'm sure I'll think of something.

Unfortunately the bottom and left contain pivotal information.

Sunday, July 12, 2009


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