Here is a recent little commission of one of my favorite characters, “Tank Girl”. As a teenager I had her style going on a lot of the time, especially when my white mohawk was down. Hell, one time I ran into Tom Petty and he called me Tank Girl! So did Lux Interior, come to think of it!
Tank Girl, 8×8″ oil on paper. I didn’t have any reference for this, just sort of did it from memory of various outfits she had in the comics and added a few of my own elements. Fun to do!
Just a quick note to say I will have my studio open on the 2nd floor of the Screw Factory during the 6th annual Genghis Con. I’ll be there from 2-4:30pm (possibly longer). Not selling anything comic related, but I have 4 copies left of the 1st edition of my book, and lots of paintings! It is a good way to come see my art in person if you haven’t yet. I have been working from home since February, so it has been nice to be back in there lately just for meetings and parties.
The event goes until 7pm and will showcase some rad guys like John G. and Derf.
Just in time for Halloween, I have a little painting up in my Etsy shop of Vampirella. She comes in a fabulous gold frame, and despite her epic jugs, I think it still borders on being classy…kind of.
She was originally part of the “Identity Theft: reinventing the comic hero” show at Guilford Arts Center which also included artists such as Eric Fortune, Tom Haubrick, Derek Hess, Andy B. Clarkson and Aaron Kraten.