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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Recent Activities!

Between screenwriting and artwork, things have been rather busy lately. But there has been a little time for fun with good friends. Here a few photos of recent play time...

David J. Schow's birthday celebration. R.A. Maliahoff, Frank Darabont and his friend Adina,
myself, Bernie and Liz Wrightson.

R.A., Cathi Holland, myself, Tom Holland, David Schow and Dave Parker.

Schow, Dietz, Darabont and Drew Struzan.

At Monsterpalooza with Don Calfa (photo by Beverly Randolph).

My LOST SKELETON RETURNS AGAIN cast-mates Susan McConnell,
me and Trish Geiger at Comic-Con in San Diego.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Peter Cushing

Just because. You know what I mean.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Hammer Gals!

Here are a few sketches celebrating the lovely ladies from the Hammer horror films of the 1960's and 1970's. The first two were created for Dick Klemenson's wonderful magazine LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS, dedicated to all things Hammer. The third was drawn for a calendar I created years ago called "Chiller Cheesecake."

Jeanne Roland

Valerie Leon

Veronica Carlson

The Monster Beastro

Here are a few fun sketches I did while working on Delbert Winans' MONSTER BEASTRO project. It's a shame that Delbert left us before he could see his dream realized. That would have been one cool restaurant. All the images below were to illustrate the menu.

THE THING Sandwich

The KONG Burger

The BLACK LAGOON Mai Tai

 

Friday, July 16, 2010

Space Beasties!

Two more from "Keep Watching The Skies." I was really tempted to draw in the wires that held up THE GIANT CLAW. But instead, here's a shot of what the giant goofybird might have looked like as a chick.

THE GIANT CLAW
AND
THE TINY CLAW!



And IT! THE TERROR FROM BEYOND SPACE!

Monday, July 5, 2010

Gigantic Beasts And Colossal Breasts

Two more sketches from "Keep Watching The Skies!" Everything was bigger in the 1950's....

WAR OF THE COLOSSAL BEAST

Allison Hayes from ATTACK OF THE 50 FOOT WOMAN

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Master Of The World

I was very happy with the 15 sketches I did for Bill Warren's recent "Keep Watching The Skies" update. In fact, I believe them to be some of the best "sketchy things"-style pieces I've ever done. But the book is so massive (over 1,000 pages!), my poor drawings get lost in the leviathan. So I'm going to post them here, starting today with Vincent Price as Robur from MASTER OF THE WORLD.