Ottale’s rock-hard scaled belly is used for combing sea and lake-beds to dislodge shell-fish. They possess an adeptness for using tools and are deceptively strong due to an excess of muscle tendons. A single strike from an Ottale can crack even the hardest of objects, whether it is a clam or an enemy. Ottale can float for days, expending little energy as they travel from place to place. They often travel in pairs and hold hands so they don’t drift apart. Local folklore considers Ottale a messenger between humans and creatures.
Above is my contribution to the recently released comic zine Pizza & Sex edited by Mark Delboy and myself. There were so many talented artists who participated, and we’re very pleased with how the final product turned out!
For my comic, I wanted to depict a sexy take on the creation of the universe. For four pages we follow the primeval hero through the void as he fucks the cosmos into existence. Pizza happens somewhere in there too!
Mark and I also designed the screen printed cover for the zine (black and white illustration and type designed by Mark, pattern by me). You can buy one here!
Kevin and I are working on a lil webcomic that’s going up next week!
It’s a fun, short lil adventure about a cobbler! STAY TUNED AND FOLLOW KIDD COBBLER!
Preview sketch of my very pretty friend, and fellow Wrangler, Jamie.
So I’m not used to doing anything sexy, certainly not anyone with this much cleavage. LOL
Elvira is an interesting character, her history, especially that tiff with Vampira over plagerism, is faascinating. There is a documentary on the phenominon of the “Horror Host” that is really a fascinating watch.
Elvira ws commissioned by Josh McCraken who was a pleasure to work with.
Remember: You can get your own commission here.
I finally set up a portfolio site after avoiding it for years and I was slightly embarrassed about all the monsters and silly animals until I realized I love drawing them! I was told only to showcase things I like so people know you for them and only ask you to draw things you like. …I guess…
I think I am finally done with this, This one was a bit of a bear, after about 5 false starts and making every possible mistake I could have made I am definitely ready to let this one go, warts and all.
I will post a process gif soon, I just have to make it first.
Just a quickie. Thinking of Marlene this morning.
Working on planning out a book today. Progress!