Thursday, November 19, 2009
It's made from millions of monkeys and creates a deafening squeal as it lumbers through the jungle seeking vengeance. Also some other stuff...
Acryic 4X9 & 3 Pencil 4x9
Posted by Starchie Spudnoggen at 12:24 PM 24 comments:
Labels: Beat Boards, Monkey Island, Painting, Pirates
Sunday, November 08, 2009
I used a 60's GI Joe for the diving suit reference and wound up painting this mermaid three times. In the first she was more feral which in retrospect was perfectly fine. The second had a new face and was topless but felt unfinished. The third take includes the pearls and not very original shell bikini which at least breaks up her coloring. I think she's creepily pretty so I'm ultimately satisfied with the piece but sometimes the first idea is worth sticking with. Stop me if I start repeating any of these. I'm sometimes forgetful with the lead poisoning and all.
Posted by Starchie Spudnoggen at 2:22 PM 14 comments:
Labels: Ernie and Suda, mermaid, Painting, Toybox
It's been a month since I posted something about pirates. Here are a couple of character sketches from some random pirate-related effort, created and discarded at some point in time. The top one is derived from a concept by animation artist David Gosman.
Acrylic 8X10 & Pencil 8X10
Posted by Starchie Spudnoggen at 1:35 PM 6 comments:
Labels: Characters, David Gosman, Monkey Island, Pirates
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