7 hours ago   •   2 notes
I have Lobot on the brain it seems

I have Lobot on the brain it seems

8 hours ago   •   760 notes   •   VIA starwars   •   SOURCE starwars
starwars:

Have you tried turning it off and on again?

starwars:

Have you tried turning it off and on again?

11 hours ago   •   75 notes   •   VIA comicblah   •   SOURCE idwcomics

idwcomics:

New York City 1962, excerpts from Richard Stark’s Parker The Hunter, Book One, adapted by Darwyn Cooke

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ungoliantschilde:

Frank Frazetta’s Buck Rogers Portfolio.

2 days ago   •   11,234 notes   •   VIA beckfromthedead   •   SOURCE metalfacedvillain

metalfacedvillain:

THE FUCK WAS REN AND STIMPY ACTUALLY?

3 days ago   •   1 note

Voodoo woman. A Mage: The Ascension RPG OC. I’ve always loved inking and black and white images. I think that’s what “hurts” a lot of my colour work to this day, I have to sometimes stop myself from going all out with the inking.

This was a character I liked drawing and I think there were at least 2 more pictures with her around. The top picture is when she was “dressed to impress”. I thought of the character being extremely theatrical. Below is her on her day off, just dealing with spirits on a casual walk.

When I was first learning how to draw, I couldn’t draw faces to save my life. My friend and I were both drawing together and he had a huge collection of teddy bears so we created a huge group of superheroes from them and so we had anthropomorphic super teddy bears.

These heroes needed villains so we went about creating those as well. Here’s a group of villains my friend and I created. From left to right: Plant Cat, Laser Lance, Slicer. They were just costumed villains robbing banks and such, no real thought into it. When I was first starting to post on Elfwood, I drew them again and then with some more thought into it, I drew them with a bit more back story as failed government super soldiers out for revenge against the country for what was done to them.

I had this thought of a sort of “modern fantasy” in which kingdoms were more like corporations and sometimes a hostile take over would require actual fights. This picture is one of the few examples of that idea.
Completely done in pencil, then scanned into Photoshop and coloured/messed around with. Another image coloured via mouse and not tablet.

I had this thought of a sort of “modern fantasy” in which kingdoms were more like corporations and sometimes a hostile take over would require actual fights. This picture is one of the few examples of that idea.

Completely done in pencil, then scanned into Photoshop and coloured/messed around with. Another image coloured via mouse and not tablet.