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This was an illustration I did for The Jewish Exponent back in the 80s. It was for an article on the incredible surge in the amount of printed information. It went on to detail the trials and tribulations of researchers … Continue reading
Ink from a bottle or digital ink? The ENDLESS STRUGGLE continues, but this time the turmoil is WITHIN as I cast aside the new digital techniques and once again embrace the tools of old!
Another pen and ink doodle from the mid-80s. Technical pens were my weapon of choice at the time.
Another sketchbook variation of the Teenage Beast A.K.A. Goo Goo Muck that I did back in the 1980s. In true, ’80s, monster movie fashion as the movie progresses, our hero turns into a bigger and badder monster as the remnants … Continue reading
Remember that show In Search of which ran in the late ’70s? Leonard Nimoy did the voice-over. It was sort of a Chariots of the Gods for syndicated television. I found some sketches that predated the full figure sketch of … Continue reading
I was rooting through my sketchbooks looking for old sketches that would have worked out for a Monkey & Bird idea, but of course, I got sidetracked. This is a drawing of a pair of ghouls as envisioned for a … Continue reading
Another demon/gargoyle from my sketchbook drawn during the mid-’80s. Once again, I think this is when Dan Platt and I were hanging out and shooting the breeze about monsters. I think this was another attempt at the Jersey Devil, but … Continue reading
While perusing Flickr, I came across the fabulous photos posted by olga-saglo. She posted images from "Carnival of Blood" which I remember seeing years ago on a low-rent local cable channel. I remembered doodling the "Fried Shrimp Lady" while watching … Continue reading
Sketchbook sketch from July of 1985 of Lon Chaney from his sadly lost London After Midnight. Done in technical pen in a Strathmore wire-bound sketchbook.
For some reason this is one of my most popular images on my Flickr! account. If I knew puke cartoons were going to be so popular, I would have done little else. I drew this in a sketchbook using Koh-i-nor … Continue reading
This was my first paying freelance job. It was an illustration for the Jewish Exponent accompanying an article that had something to do with what the former hippies were up to 20 years after the hippie era. Essentially, they told … Continue reading