Monday, 9 January 2017

Masquerade Ball - REQUEST

It's been a while since I posted. Still having PC issues. Hopefully get it sorted soon so I can get back on this regularly.

In the meantime, here's another request from David, a masquerade ball. Keep your eyes out for more ball based doodles to come.

Thursday, 22 December 2016

A Call from "Microsoft" - Dorris McComics Tribute

I received my first call from "Microsoft" recently telling me about a virus I had. I immediately thought that such a call could be perfect in the format of Alex Norris' Dorris McComics as well as a good life lesson to anyone reading. So I hope Alex doesn't mind my rip-off homage to his character and style. Go check out his stuff, it's always fun whenever it appears as I'm browsing through the internet.

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Good Idea/Bad Idea - REQUEST

When David made a request for me to draw a good idea, I decided to go one step further and also draw a bad idea. I then went a partial step forward from there and turned it into a tribute to Animaniacs while also continuing Davids skeletal theme from his last couple of requests.

Friday, 9 December 2016

Build it? They will come!


I haven't seen Field of Dreams so I'm not entirely sure why Kevin Costner wanted to build a baseball field to attract a bunch of ghosts. I'm also sure that the quote may be a victim of the Mandela Effect, but I thought that it could have gone a drastically different route if he'd interpreted the message differently.

My original idea for this involved some kind of building that nobody would ever want to visit but then I decided to go more literal and not to alienate anyone that may actually want to visit whatever type of building I came up with.

Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Skeleton Inside My Head - REQUEST

Davids fascination with skeletons continues as he's fascinated by the concept of having a skeleton inside his head. This one likes to play with peoples brains.

Monday, 5 December 2016

Overscan - The Movie

From hearing the term overscan as in to scan a barcode more than intended I figured that sounds like a good name for an action movie. So here's the poster!

I've also since discovered that it's also a term to describe the way that TVs (particularly older CRTs) will crop the edges of a video and anyone who's ever worked with video files to any decent degree knows that this is something that needs to be considered when including vital info or details on the screen.