The Wyatt Family sketch. Can’t wait till these guys debut on Raw! Been a while since we had a horror themed wrestling
gimmick in the WWE. You can pick it up for $20, includes shipping!Original 9x6 sketch. Done with pencil and Brush pen, on Bristol Board. Did it this morning, there is only one available.
Fill out the Contact form below with the Subject: ‘Wyatt Family Sketch’ and send it. I’ll send you an invoice via PayPal and BAM you got yourself a sketch! SKETCHHASBEENSOLD!
Nightmare Pro Wrestling Collection Vol 1! The first collected trade of Nightmare Pro Wrestling should be getting here around the 21st, all ready to premier at COMICPALOOZA!Here’s a little preview of one of many special features included in the collected edition. These are the very first pages of a very early incarnation of Nightmare Pro Wrestling.
The Bride — Digital Painting! Here’s something I forgot to post up. I finished this digital painting a while back. It took me longer to finish than I was hoping. I have to admit I’m not completely comfortable painting entirely in ArtRage yet. I ended up doing some underdrawing in Photoshop as a guideline and then jumped into painting under the layer in ArtRage. Still, I’m really happy with the way it came out. Next time I’m going try to get out of my comfort zone a little more and start the whole thing in ArtRage. A big thanks to my friend Cate for letting me do the painting and her husband Matt, for taking such a cool pic.
Texas Frightmare Weekend 2013. Had a great time at Texas Frightmare Weekend. I went with my Buddy Ron Scott from the Strange Kids Club. We got lost in Dallas a few times and now I’m sure that Dallas and the Bermuda Triangle are connected, somehow. Good news is we made it to the show, set up, and had a blast. Even had somebody pick up my ‘Nancy’ sketch. Some odd things to note, Danny Trejo walked into a restaurant we were eating at, he’s a lot shorter than I thought he would be. We had a moment where Dee Wallacecame over to our table, hung out a bit, and picked up some Strange Kids Club stickers.When the show came to an end, we packed up and got in an elevator with a chatty Tom Skerritt. Despite being really tired by the end of Sunday I had a good time. I even remembered to take some pics!
Antonio Cesaro’s Punch-Out! I’m out of town for the next few days on vacation, however I’m scheduling a few cool posts to go up during the week. I’m going to start with this video I ran across. It’s a match betweenAntonio Cesaro and Tyson Kidd with Nintendo’s ‘Punch-Out’sound effects added to it! This is so great! I couldn’t stop laughing at how perfect it was. I’m a big fan of Cesaro and Kidd. Tyson Kidd has been out with an injury recently and WWE hasn’t been doing a lot with him while he wasn’t injured. Cesaro however, continues to move up the ladder. I’m looking forward to where his career goes in the WWE.