Azathoth

Lovecraft based t-shirt art I illustrated for my sponsor Black Hope Curse, featuring Azathoth emerging from a wormhole

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The Deep

Early 20th century diver exploring ancient underwater ruins while Cthulhu lurks in the background. Oil painting I just finished. Oil on board. . 18" by 14"

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Austin Artist Interview

Way back in 2010, shortly after I had moved to Austin, Texas, the media group "Austin Artists" interviewed me. This was at Kieth Underwood's shop "The Austin Tattoo Company", It caught me just as I was starting to do...

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Cthulhu based painting

Further along on this painting. I’m taking a short break while I wait for some colors I special ordered. In the meantime I have a commission to finish up, but I should be back at it in a week...

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Underwater

No where near as good as it looked, the movie Underwater really let me down. Part of that is my fault, my expectations were a bit too high. It looked like a Lovecraft inspired descent into the deep. Unfortunately...

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Mandy

After enjoying The Color Out of Space so much, I was recommended this movie and hoped I was in for more of the same. But luck wasn’t with me, this movie was bombastic in all the wrong ways, and...

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Further Adventures in Writing

I have a couple of short stories, one for the next Splatterpunk magazine. Both will also be for sale on Amazon as shorts, and available for a limited time as a free download so a few people can see...

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The Color Out Of Space

I was more than a little surprised at how good this film was. Based of an HP Lovecraft story, and directed by Richard Stanley, it actually featured good effects, good acting, and a revitalized Nicolas Cage, who hasn't been...

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In these tough times

I'm just trying to keep things rolling and going about life as normally as I can.In that vein, here's an interview with tattoo artist Roey Pentagram. From Tel Aviv. He was at the Detroit convention, and I managed to...

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Back from the Dead!

Back in print after a brief hiatus, and bigger than ever, is the new issue of Splatterpunk! With a cover by your's truly. I used Paul and Michael from the shop as models by the way...I think it...

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