A reimagining of the Bene Gesserit mother portrayed in David Lynch's version of the grand space-opera, Dune.
Another combination of Corinthian architecture and monster lore.
Taking the skull and warping it to something noticeably inhuman. Death comes in threes.
A study of corinthian columns that escalated to some kind of offering pedestal for deity of Lovecraftian proportions.
Originally a study of Kanye's face. Turned into something more...concrete.
What your favorite home entertainment device could look like in the wake of a nuclear blast.
Are we alone in the universe? My instinct tells me "No", and this drawing tells the story of the worst we could imagine.
An idea formed from one of two busts that my mother has in her home. Children being slain in the streets, taken from their parents too soon, makes me ill with trepidation. In this drawing, "bust" is a double entendre.
The smoking hole in the head is the spirit escaping. But there is also a question being asked: is this a trophy?
When I drew this, I had in mind the comic book, Wanted, by Mark Millar. I added a crown to wear instead of a mask.
Possibly the most iconic superhero of Generation X next to Superman, Batman has been interpreted by countless artists. Here is my take on the Dark Knight.