Thursday, December 4, 2014

it took a new laptop

so I get a nsa extortion virus and I just never followed thru on getting it fixed! so it takes a new laptop to get be back to blogging, thank you black friday an credit cards! Toshiba you make magical machines!

Friday, April 4, 2014


every artist has their own take on any character but to see one artist remix one person five ways is a nice trick.

the story i see: nothing really

title: Steamed

artist tag: Brett2DBean

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Thursday, April 3, 2014

the science behind the pencil

only artist that have been taught and trained know its all about anatomy. you have to master it to be great and not just good, we all can get only so far before our basic training an anatomy says 'you shall not pass'. so when you start to dray things they don't teach you about you need to then go teach yourself the science of that art. great job even those who don't know what a pencil is will be able to learn something form this.

the story i see: the discovery of the next and not missing link in human evolution has started a race to know and see what else the human body can be expected to do. so as scientist scramble organize crime tries to sell modification and upgrades the world waits to be able to fly.

title: Thoughts on Wings

artist tag: Uzlo

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

ships of the next sea

when space travel goes private and individuals and companies start sending ships up to gather the riches out in space, we all are going to be able to pick and choose what our space ships look like. the creator says he doesn't like any of these ideas but i want to see all twenty of them fleshed out and completed it out make a good section in an art book.

the story i see: there is gold in the sky, the dark part past the sun and the clouds. and where there is money people will go and now space is no longer about science but the freedom of a man to chase his dreams and make a better life for himself.

title: Spaceship thumbnails

artist tag: Hideyoshi

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

i would date one of these girls

screw april fools day i got stuff to do. just like these girls look like they got something they are about to be doing. do you feel the tension, do you feel the seriousness, do you see the sisterhood. i love the the uniforms that don't match, it takes effort to run with a color theme like this and make eleven really good styles and personalities come out with out looking cookie cutter. the big one the mean one the smart one the shy one the crazy one the dark one the leader the goof the loner the special one the wise one. yea i just gave my eleven roles that most teams are comprised, now which one of these girls are who?

the story i see: eleven girls who all find them self role playing separately start to join up and create an underground wrestling club that involves elaborate scenarios of a world gone over the edge where roving gangs fight each other to concur what is left of a broken world. when all the sweat and body slams are over the girls re-enter the real world where they each play a special role in helping each other survive.

title: The line up

artist tag: BrandonRagnar

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Monday, March 31, 2014

its how we are made

 you are made an artist you where born that way and it it is in your blood, now a lot of artists to get to grow up to be artist but few of you get to, i was we but i am not yet an artist, i will be before i die but you many are the few in between the multitudes that want and wish to be one with a pencil.

the story i see: i just told you

title: Stigma

artist tag: Andoledius

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Sunday, March 30, 2014

a new gang to dream about

its hard to think up a dozen different people with stories and history and then try and link them all together. no one planned the avengers or justice league, not that these guys even exist in a single universe. but character design is hard cause they will always compare your characters to whats out there.

the story i see: i take a pass on this one i would need a day and a notebook to put anything together.

title: Concepts 1

artist tag: Oniika

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Saturday, March 29, 2014

run dont fight

that is the only thing that should be going thru your mind if you ever encounter something like this. its a ninja it suppose to be light on its feet but she looks like she floats as she cuts the air and anyone standing behind it. you don't ever get to see many ninjas out side of the traditional appearance but this one is beyond it but still recognizable even with the less than stealthy weaponry.

the story i see: one of many ninja assassins used by a shadow group, she alone survives the botched hit on a rival clan, but like a good shinobi, she never asks of her masters why but continues with her duty to fight, find out and kill on command. the kill is what she is mostly asked to do.

title: Cyborg Ninja

artist tag: NateSonOfSimp

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Friday, March 28, 2014

future forces preview

a power suit with some nice lines and curves, but which color do i like? you can see the speed in the purple but the strength in the beige.

the story i see: one has already been done

 title: kojiro designs zankana sheet

artist tag: Shayeragal

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Thursday, March 27, 2014

this is how it went down

the chinese dragon and japanese armor are proof of the shared history of the orients ancient history. this is what it was all about. yea ok so that is more story than appreciation but the fact that the creator wanted the touch of steampunk in this means history is what we make of it. i want to see this warrior in action,

the story i see: an epic battle scene where two large forces face off on a hilly field on the edge of a forest with canons make the clash that much more trechorus. and the warrior tries to gain ground and protect his brothers.

title: El Samurai Dragon

artist tag: elshazam

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

you dont always have to be naked

if you are telling a story with pictures the images have to grab, and sometimes it takes you away from reality. hell that is the point of a story for it to take you somewhere where certain things are possible. but when you have one thing that is strictly for a visual purpose and ignores all common sense you like to see when reality takes a great stab at it. so when ever i see a bikini clad woman doing any kind of adventuring i always stop and say ' sexy but come on  is that what girls wear to do that!' so when ever i see a sexy depiction of a woman in comics with long pants and a shirt with no cleavage i say ' damn that is a skillful creator, he made her hot with her cloths on!'

the story i see: sorry i found out she is part of a top cow comic book so i'm now just looking at her . and here is where you can stare at her too

title: Glori

artist tag: NelsonBlakeII

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

i stole this. period

where i stole it from keep scrolling down

here it is in its glory

from the tumblr of Reilly Brown

There’s a discussion brewing in comics about artists being more diminished as of late—that readers, reviewers, and publishers are focusing too much on writers rather than the artists who draw the book. I agree it’s happening, but I’m not sure it’s worth sounding an alarm over. I never felt diminished, but maybe I’m part of the exception. Maybe it’s because I’m an artist and a writer.

Either way, I do have a few thoughts on what artists can do to pull themselves out from under the rug.


If you conform to a “house style”, then you’re at higher risk of being treated like an interchangeable cog in the comics machine. Yes, you’re more likely to get consistent work, but you won’t stand out as much. Therefor you’ll be sought after less by big name writers, you’re less likely to make a lasting impression on reviewers and readers, and you’ll have a harder time getting raises (12 others draw like you and for less money).

I also suggests inking yourself if it helps. Pencils get covered up, so the key to retaining more distinct personality in your art is through inks (unless you publish pencils). If you’re not into that, then work with an inker who will help you BOTH stand out, like JRJR and Klaus Janson.


I drew Batman/Scarecrow: Year One in 2005, and then things dried up for a while. You think doing Batman means you’ve made it? Wrong. More than likely, Batman is the star. Not you.

Around the same time I did Batman, I wrote and drew a book called Off Road. My sales were much lower (only made about 4K that year), but my art started getting recognized more. Most of the projects I’ve taken since are books that had no history, no fan-base, and no Batman to overshadow me. Joe the Barbarian, American Vampire: SOTF, Punk Rock Jesus and The Wake. And I have two Image books I’ll be working on in 2014 (one with Mark Millar), and they’re both from scratch. I try and pick stuff where the writer and I are the main event, not the characters.

*I admit I’ve found weird success by taking on creator-owned books more than mainstream stuff. It’s a risky path, for sure. Mathematically, more artists have found success by eventually overcoming the Batmen they’re drawing. But things are shifting to creator-owned, and with digital distribution and Kickstarter, this option should be more tempting than ever before. Think about it.


Currently, I’m drawing The Wake with Scott Snyder. Scott’s a great partner, but it’s not because he’s a top writer at DC. I work with Scott because he’s talented, a hard worker, he takes his job seriously, he’s available for questions, he asks my opinion on the story, and he writes around stuff that I want to draw. He’s also very considerate toward my schedule, my needs, and never does an interview without mentioning me, Matt Hollingsworth, and the other people who work hard on his books.

Some writers don’t want to share. They lord over their books and keep artists away from interviews, contracts, and other business affairs in order to maintain control. Which is totally within their right to do—I’m not judging writers who run their books this way. But if you’re an artists working for a writer like this, and you’re feeling diminished, then find a new writer. And try to do it amicably.


Readers need to know where to find you. Rocking Superman for a single issue and doing a mic-drop isn’t enough to get attention. The minute you leave, readers will be like, “who the hell was that?” unless you’re already a name.

The other thing to avoid is double shipping schedules—where a single title is handled by one writer and multiple artists. That’s like trying to get noticed from inside a crowded, revolving door. Yes, you’ll be well paid for your talents. And people might buzz about your art. But it’s better to be on a title where you’re the only artist on a substantial run.


Here’s a quick list of complaints that I hear from artists when it comes to feeling diminished, followed by my response. In my opinion, artist who employ these arguments should look again at the reality of the job they signed up for.

"How come we don’t get flown to summit meetings with the writers?"
-Writers plan years ahead with stories. They make blueprints, whereas you’re the architect who’s brought in later. There’s not much point in flying you to a summit meeting so you can sit on your ass for two days going, “Yeah, that would be cool to draw.”

"But I have good ideas on what works in comics. I should be included in summit meetings!"
-You have good ideas? So do they. No offense, but your two-cents isn’t worth the $400 plane ticket, the $60 in food and the $15 of hotel porn.

"It’s a writer’s industry. It’s not fair for artists"
-Artists ran the show in the 90s, and look how that turned out. You want artists in charge? Because I don’t. Somewhere in the middle is best.
-Learn to write. Ever read a comic you thought sucked? Think you can do better? Then do it. Bad books hit the shelves all the time, so there’s no reason why you can’t write one, too. Or work harder and put out a half-decent one.

"How come I don’t do as many interviews?"
-How many books do you draw a month? Just one? And a writer writes 3-4 a month? Then he gets to do 3-4 more times the interviews. Deal with it.

"I don’t sign as many autographs as the writer!" or "How come I don’t get as many questions during panel discussions?"
-Story is in our DNA, art is not. Proof? People can do a great job describing what a movie meant to them—the characters, the plot twists, the surprises, the music, the action, and the ending. Send those same people to an art museum and they get much quieter. Why? Some of them don’t get art. Some of them like it, but don’t know why. Even the ones that loved it can only use limited vocabulary to describe it: neat lines, nice color, good mood, blah blah blah. And that’s totally fine—it took you years to learn about art, so ease up on people that don’t have your education.

comments by Reilly Brown

 I don’t agree with everything Murphy says here, but a few of these things are definitely on point.  Especially the “don’t draw like a cog” bit.  I see PLENTY of artists with amazing technical skills every time I go to the comic store, but they just don’t stand out because they tend to look very similar.  There’s not much about their art that really says “no one else can do this!”  It’s those artists with inimitable signature styles that really are able to make a name for themselves, and can never truly be replaced. 
Bring something to your book that no one else can.

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

let take this somewhere

we all have plenty of great ideas and a lot of them get left on sidelines or just roll around our heads for longer than they should. if i could i would take all one million of my ideas and run with them. but lets be real no one can do every thing they think of all the time but this is one thing i would love to see some more of. what is the motivation of a robot super hero, what does a robot super hero do for fun, who is its family and friends, what special abilities and add on does he have? these are what make this character some thing to be expanded and shown.

the story i see: in the future the robot police force keeps the world safe but when robots walk the earth some think their is no more danger while others fight harder and meaner then ever before. so when the elite create a beautiful world and leave the rest to survive in a brutal war zone, the survivors make due with what is available. the robots themselves. so when they capture and reprogram one and provide its artificial intelligence the freedom of it's own will a new chapter begins in the world of the tin plated coppers.

 title: Maurader Maurader 2

artist tag: ReillyBrown

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site 2nd dev art site

Monday, March 24, 2014

lets do this thing!

doesn't this just shout the start to an epic adventure! look at the location and environment you know there is so much to see and deal with and the adventurer is so rugged and wise even though he looks so young from the back. i can tell these things, trust me. but the piece is calm and fun while mature and serious.

the story i see: naw i got no story i want to see the one the creator has, the bean

title: The Adventure...

artist tag: travisJhanson

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Sunday, March 23, 2014

so this is how some thing like this happens

you always see the finished product but rarely get to see the progress of a photo realistic drawing.

the story i see: i dont want to tell my conan story just yet, besides i want to showcase this piece.

title: CONAN Progressional

artist tag: JoeJusko

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Saturday, March 22, 2014

simple lines excelent anatomy

this is all about her arms, look at the work that is put into just her bicep. you can see it but its not the focus. it is in this blog post! this is an example of art mastery, and to master art of people you must master anatomy! its like my title says real simple lines little effort from the outside looking in but there you have it a fantastic image built on a great foundation of art skill.

the story i see: this is a comic cover so no point reinventing the wheel, so go find out for your self.
the best link i could find

title: Wake Cover Issue 6

artist tag: Andrew-Robinson

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Friday, March 21, 2014

a reminder to get to work

back in the lab again, i want to see where people put in that ward pencil grinding and where daydreams become reality, or as close to it as allowed by the laws of nature and physics.

no story to tell but i do like the mature and refined collection and references, but if you give me the chance i would have a house full of books and statues!

title: Where the Magic Happens!!!!!

artist tag: DexterVines

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Thursday, March 20, 2014

the men of tomorrow

tomorrow is like yesterday as that everything repeats itself, so when graffiti art and the disenfranchised rise again this is what we will see everywhere, besides the lines on this are nice.

the story i see: whit nothing nothing to do and few options to grow and work the youth start to enjoy themselves anyway they can. by making the city their canvas and playground.

title: maleante malvibroso

artist tag: ZurdoM

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

can you name them all?

i cant but i have seen five or seven of the eight of the titles pictured here. i thin the two are spirited away and castle in the sky, if they are not then i haven't seen them. we all know how much fame and critical acclaim studio ghibli gets because they do great work but this fan peice should grant the artist a spot on the roster because she captures the spirit of what the studio stands for and thier cataloug all in one shot.

the story i see: the feelings i get when i first watched those films, classic stuff you have to share.

title: 'Beautiful World of Ghibli'

artist tag: Barukurii

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Wednesday, March 5, 2014


you will always project your emotions into the art you see and you will always interpret things based on what you have gone thru. when someone tells you the meaning of an art piece then you can compare where you are in your life to what is going on around you. i see guilt because i fell it when ever i miss doing something that i want to.

the story i see: after being an outcast from an early age for having two different colored eyes she has no choice but to seek comfort and friendship from those who would not shun her, the users of dark arts.

title: Harvested

artist tag: CelestialValkyrie

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

no way

this is a cosplay because no way can she hold up that sword. hahahahahahhahahahahahah. cosplay made out of styrofoam.

the story i see: she is not an avenger, she is not a demon worrior, she is a contestant in the greatest sword fight in the world.

title: lirinWIP

artist tag: jinh-yuhn

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Monday, February 17, 2014

why are we not in space the way we could be

i love this space suit, and with cutting edge designs like this why is nasa not running after every artist out there to get some fresh ideas to make this space a real thing. i want to own mars by the end of my life time!

the story i see: we are on the moon and we are exploring the caverns and depth of the rock in hopes of finding gold and precious metals. but the truth is why build buildings when you can reinforce sealed caves.

title: inctober 5...err ist

artist tag: chriscopeland

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Sunday, February 16, 2014

jack is looking for her

in all the pirates movies this is all jack has been really looking for, a woman who can compliment him and is sexy as hell.

the story is see: she is no pirate but her love is and when he gets back to their island home the good life can begin.

title: swashbuckler

artist tag: guava

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Saturday, February 15, 2014

i should have posted this yesterday

happy day after doing all that love stuff and spending money on her. but this is a reminder that not all love is pretty.

the story i see: when you make your girlfriend mad this is how she gets

title: Butterface

artist tag: t-wei

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Friday, February 14, 2014

well i'll be.....

a techno goblin angel! this is a first for me and i love firsts when do you ever get stumped by something because its a great feeling it means growth and learning.

the story i see: after generations of fighting in the old ways the goblins have both developed technology and stolen and adapted the wondrous advances of their enemies. now the goblin horde is a true power to be feared and negotiated with as they plan on building a grander empire.

title: Slayer Paints

artist tag: frogbillgo

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Thursday, February 13, 2014

the clock ticks

we all get old but how often do you take a good look at how much you have grown?

title: growth

artist tag: artnerdx

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

an excersise in the line

follow a strand and see where it goes but to be able to mirror it so closely is a nice skill indeed, well its art and even if it isn't matched you can still feel the reflection.

the story i see: i don't have one

title: 2009

artist tag: mooneleenot

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Monday, February 3, 2014

the straight line rules, but the curve is the master

ask any person to draw a straight line and you get something else, ask someone to draw a curve of a silhouette and you get a blank stare. so when you see something that an outsider might say is easy or simple you have to stop and tell them "you know nothing". the simple thing of understanding perspective puts this on a step above normal people bit the scope and detail and patience it takes to make this show this is the building block towards the mastery of the skill of drawing.

the story is see: the birds eye view of some one who skirts the line between wondering how small and insignificant and contemptible we human are, and what wonderful people who need a watch full eye to ensure they achieve their potential,

title: Buildings

artist tag: pedramfh

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Sunday, February 2, 2014

the deep shall rise again

i love the expression on this mer-woman's fac, she doesn't need to be all smiles and bubbles but something strong and serious, she lives in the harshest environment on earth, the deep sea. i have been on a fish person bender for a little while so i'll keep it short as the art speaks for itself.

the story i see: the treat of global warming was misunderstood by the masses as the scientist have never been accurately depicted in the media. they have always been turned into sound bites to sensationalize any topic. what they were all screaming about was that the warming earth will cause the ice caps to melt, adding water to the oceans. the first effect is the rising sea level and the vanishing coast line but the secondary effect would be the desalinization of the seas, the current water cycles and currents are a direct result of their current salt constant that allows massive water currents like the winds. once the salt level drops and they cease to move the highly slow moving fresh water will start to freeze, bringing a 'third' coming of the ice age. the second is the one we know in our history as killing the dinosaurs but the first is the one that allowed humanity to exist. as all life started from the primordial ooze some of it chose not to breath the burning air in their lungs but the cold icy oxygenated water. as the earth warmed they could or would not adapt and fell into a powerful hibernation. as time passed their great world became covered by new dirt from the fast growing underwater volcanoes that became the seven continents. so unlike the dinosaurs they never became extinct they only became buried. and as humanity ices the planet they shall rise and any human left must now return to them the watery earth.

title: Mermaid

artist tag: JenZee

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Saturday, February 1, 2014

goodness man, i have to talk on this

i have a few directions i am about to go into so strap in and come along.

i love gambit he is the coolest of the x-men that i know, thier might be someone else burried under the the teams official roster. i think not! the art on this give a finite personality to all the history about the man, and its just a bust. there are plenty of other gambit images i have posted and even more out there, but this one is the f-ing one. you could base all of the gambit art around this. this is who he is and this is the source material. period. and like i said it's just a bust. the thing is you have to see the art collection of other x-men

the other x-men

you are just a freelance artist? how in all the seven hells are you not snapped up as top rank interior artist, or at the very least the official cover artist of someone! this is why i do this blog i want to give artist shine but i know you are happy and successful but i want to see yours and many other artist post projects that i could buy, collect and ogle. i can tell you now to kickstart something, any thing and i will put my money behind it (that goes for any other artist up on my site, i've already given recommendations).

i have ideas, and so does any other person walking down the street. but i will be putting them into action (just dont ask when) but i promise you this when i am able to i will be hiring you to do something, any thing, or, everything possible. if i could right now this second i would start a new artist comiunity in a small town where a hub of artist and writes come together just to make great products. a constant stream of high caliber books and stories, where the art work weather dynamic like yours or relaxed like chibi merges with stories that are told with meaning and heart. and then add a dash of marketing and whole lot of vision. its all about the vision its the dream that drives the soul of any machine.

the story i see: you redux-ing jim lee's x-men #1 from the 90's panel for panel with your art style and as he sits in his DC office reading it over he damn near has a heart attach and craps his pants as he rushes to call some one from marvel to try and get the first story arc from that title redux-ed and sold so that when the collected edition comes out he everyone can then cash in on possibilities of the 90's boom all over again.

oh and if you are indeed still 26 years old, i am more mad at myself then ever for not sticking with drawing when i was 14 years old. because if i did and i tried as hard as i could my life would be with you guys and not with what the world tells you it should be, the working dead.

update after i wrote this:

i found your project and i am funding it, hopefully more people will to

title: Gambit

artist tag: DavidRapozaArt

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

the team

Friday, January 31, 2014

never too early for v-day

in about 2 weeks every man in america will be complaining they are out of time to plan and prepare for valentines day. and as men we will think its about flowers that will die in a wee, dinner that cost twice as much in an over crowded place, and chocolate that is just in a red box compared to all the other ones that cast half as much. but valentine's day is about love and the courage of a woman to prove hers to the world by riding naked on a horse thru town at a time where people never saw each others ankles! so here the facts a woman should be going thru all the hoops for v-day........ok that was a bad joke. in two weeks make it count and remember love means doing the hard stuff without worrying about it.

the story i see: the same thing they didn't teach me in school, the story of lady godiva

title: godiva overdrive

artist tag: edtropolis

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Thursday, January 30, 2014

yea space babes

when are we going up into space with space suits that make women look like "a woman"

i cant tell a story this is just so funny to see what reality comes from being a nasty boy

title: Moongirl -- moongranny

artist tag: DawnElaineDarkwo

found at: deviant art


this image@: young dev art site  -- old dev art site

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

that's all i remember

the blurred lines and the mix of foreground and background colors make her stand like a foggy memory but something you know is real

the story i see: a man awakens in a hospital bed and feels the shackles on his wrist keeping him to the bed. a police officer sitting next to the bed calls down for a detective as the suspect is now awake. the detective asks why he was found unconscious in a drug den with several dead or beaten known criminals. he recounts a story of being there when a woman burst in demanding for someone he never heard of to show his face and she was taking him with her, and that somehow he got hit in the head hard when everything broke loose but he asked for a police sketch artist to come so he could give a description and he had one request 'bring some color'

title: Ari Concept Art

artist tag: MartaNael

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

the premise 15: the mountain of sand

a mystical place you can only travel to with a sacrifice and a guide, a mountain mad of sand that cannot naturally exist. at its base white water rapids and along its steep cliffs rivers of rolling rock. and near the summit a small forest but when you look upon it all you see is golden sand making a mountain.

the king of the people under the water

i just like this, its strikes me as fresh and original for mermaids or the people of atlantis. mermaids that look like people are great but imagine the science and biology of a separate sentient life form on earth. we don’t need aliens we have the strange and wonderful right here under the water.

the story i see: i want to see this artist story more than i can think of anything else, the art just strikes me.

 title: CHRONICLE of ATLANTIS - Neptune

artist tag: DenisM79

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Monday, January 27, 2014

The premise 14: the armored man

A revolutionary balistic body armor out of private developement and field testing but the police department want to demo out a unit. a head to toe suit of polymer and carbon fiber, light and extremely durable. With the police insignia across the chest and a visor shaped like a face,  you would thing a future robot was here now. 'who's in the suit' johny .......'you mean desk johny, hell walk into a land mine and dead the demo unit'  no he actualy has one of the higher marksmanship ranks in this precinct. 'yea and the instinks and bad habits of the most unlucky man on earth' dont worry the only thing he has to worry about in this is a 50cal. rifle shot.

So as this cop embarks as a walking target in a city gone to the wolves, he stands as a symbol that the law is bulletproof and is coming with fully automatic millitary issue assault rifiles. So with no electronics within the suit the officer is no super hero just another guy on the job, but a few nifty new gadjets wont go unwelcomed by the newest symbol of the force of justice

skill level; pencil magic

now it this is from a reference this is spot on, but if this is from memory i have to say the skill level is on 1000. i love pencil magic it inspires not just me but people around the world to want to draw.

the story i see: a fantastic art book collection of sketches!

title: machines

artist tag: tuyetdinhsinhvat

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site

Sunday, January 26, 2014

the premise 13: the reserected

an old man on his deathbed on his hospital is visited by a man in black and he asks a simple question that no one can hear. as he walks away the old man closes his eyes and thinks. his frail body liver spotted skin, wrinkles that cover wrinkles, and eyes that tell of sadness and loneliness, all wait and die. and there standing over the body of the old man a young strong and fit man in a suit with an overcoat on, and he says to himself "i never looked in the mirror and if i did i wouldn't have thought i looked this bad."

please, please, please, please, please make this happen

i remember being on a subway with my dad and there was a kid across from me with the action figure for the villain of this show. i wanted the hero the add-ons i mean this was one of those super underrated shows the potential of it still rings in my head. if i was hasbro i would bring this and jem back like they did g.i. joe renegades (which they dropped to soon), transformers prime (that could have on for at least another 4 years) and my little pony (that has the strangest and strongest following i have ever seen online). now don’t get me wrong the original show looks it's age when you look at it now but the soul and the idea that Jack Kirby put into just need a fresh set of eyes like the ones that made this image and the show can be born again. go do your research and start a petition i want this show back and i am sending this link over to hasro right now.

the petition

 title: Power Extreme

artist tag: weremole

found at: deviant art


this image@: dev art site