It’s not just Bart Simpson. It’s not just Garfield. It’s both pop culture icons coming together in one hideous mutant monstrosity. And you can purchase Bartfield to hang on your wall or stick onto your favorite things to let everyone know you’re a realsick weirdo.
I was lucky enough to come across NECA’s Super Shredder action figure last week. Not only is it ridiculous that we’re getting toys of such niche interests but Shredder is so perfect that he works as a great drawing reference. And this was the result.
This is the first Kevin Nash action figure I’ve bought since 1998. And even though he has, like, 2 minutes of screen time…Super Shredder’s design is legendary cheese. I strayed away from my thin linework and went back to my heavy lines and shadows.
All in all, I had a fun time drawing him. I’ve been creatively bankrupt lately, so it was nice to draw something…and leave it to me to make it Ninja Turtles related. Prints are available at my store. But you probably already knew that. Cowabunga.
Ho ho, how ’bout that Kong vs. Godzilla trailer? Am I right or what, fellow kids? I’ve been on a Godzilla kick lately (I mean, for about the past 17 years actually) and I realize I rarely ever draw the big guy. I based this off his mid 1990s Trendmasters/Dark Horse look. That’s my favorite Godzilla but that’s simply because I was introduced to him that way via toys and comics.
This didn’t turn out quite how I wanted it to color and perspective wise. But I felt the need to post it so I can move on and improve. I really hope I have the opportunity to see Kong v. Godzilla: Dawn of Justice on the big screen on theaters…because I feel a movie like that truly warrants it. You took so much away from so many, COVID, don’t take away our monster battles too.