Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Coming Soon! The 13/13 Commission Sale!

On Friday the 13th in June, the only one in 2014, thirteen slots will open for 11x14 pen wash monster sketches! 


Anything keeping with my general aesthetic works. Classic monsters, creepy cute stuff, horror icons etc. Comic fans got lots of choices too. Superman? How bout Bizarro? Spider-Man? How bout Hobgoblin? So on and so forth. Batman pretty much always works.


Subjects not limited to character number. I price by size and medium. So one figure will get more detail in an image than say five will in one. Same for backgrounds. Be as specific as you like, but it'll all get filtered though my abnormal brain! 


High quality paper, warm and cool tones, for $85 each. Free shipping US, $10 shipping everywhere else. 


I'll have a space available in the online store starting at 1300 hours (1pm) June 13, 2014. First come first serve. No excuse for missing out this time!


Mark your calendars, or join up on the fan page:

https://www.facebook.com/events/528907403884399

Monday, April 14, 2014

Felt works!

And the resurgence of my etsy store. I've discovered needle felting as a new craft. It's really satisfying creating something you can hold. I still enjoy sculpey, but this is do much more immediate and forgiving. I can do a lot of the work left handed. 

After purchasing a kit I made this little guy free style. 

You can give him a home at only $25, free US shipping $10 international shipping. https://www.etsy.com/listing/186203627/felted-bat

After that I started on a Frankenstein's Monster. He's 9" tall and has a wireframe for posability and maybe animation...


I've got a lot more ideas and concepts for future creations. Right now I'm really into staying with black and white while I learn. In addition to all originals, I want to do all the Universal Monsters, Ed Wood, The Marx Bros, Mickey Mouse...the list goes on but you get the idea. I also found a bunch of greens on sale. With a new movie on the way, Godzilla is definitely in the mix soon.



Friday, March 28, 2014

Where the Dead Things Are

Maurice Sendak by way of Edward Gorey as drawn by me, Thomas Boatwright.

It's available in my print store as wall art, prints, a mug, and t-shirts in a variety of sizes and colors:

http://society6.com/boatwrightartwork/Where-The-Dead-Things-Are_Print#1=45

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

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