What? Seriously?

To The Powers That Be,

To the best of my ability, I have determined that Disney’s Purchase of Marvel Comics is neither a hoax, nor a fever dream, but indeed a reality, true believer. To that end, I demand that you produce the Disney/Invaders ongoing series that fans have been clamoring for since the 40’s. Also, I demand that you negotiate with Warner Brothers/DC Comics, so that we may also see the long awaited Disney/Invaders versus Looney Tunes/All-Star Squadron crossover.

I would be happy to write and draw these books for a nominal fee. Enclosed is a piece of sample art, proving my nerdish devotion to pointless, but awesome, crossovers.



The pose is loosely based the standard Mickey Mouse images turned up by my internet research. This whole thing took me about three hours, which is fast for me. Yes, I’m painfully slooow.

What a strange world we live in.

Roger’s Better Half

Mashi is hosting a Jessica Rabbit jam on Deviant Art. Check out the everyone’s pieces in her journal entry. Here’s mine:

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Hmmm… I’m not sure if this piece is a success or not. On the one hand, Jessica Rabbit is not (and should not be) subtle. But on the other hand, my drawing goes a little too far in the opposite direction and is sort of… trashy? There are other problems with the drawing in general, but I am pleased with the face/hair, and the solution I came up with for rendering sequins. Live and learn.

Should I draw Holli Would next?

DUCK WEEK PART 1: Blathering Blatherskite!

Welcome to the very first Bootleg Sketch Mega-Event(TM): that’s right, it’s Duck Week(TM)! What does that mean? It means that I’ll be drawing ducks this week. Yes, that’s right, ducks.

Pencil-Ninja was having a Disney-themed jam over at Deviant Art, and around the same time, old buddy Gavin added in the comments section, “enough with the He-Man! … [I’m] jonesing for a Disney Afternoon something or other…” On the one hand, the words “enough” and “He-Man” don’t make any sense to my brain at all–but on the other hand, I too “jones” for the golden age of the Disney Afternoon. And so, to kill two proverbial birds with one stone, I set my sketch-sights on Fenton Crackshell AKA Gizmo Duck, a later addition to the cast of Ducktales:

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I stuck with my own style and I changed a few details here and there, but this is still a pretty straightforward interpretation. Incidentally, if it’s not obvious, Gizmo Duck is supposed to be screeching to a halt. I’m happy with my color selections, though the shading, such as it is, is very basic. The background color was a last minute addition to distinguish Gizmo Duck’s white armor from the white background.

Check out the other entries in Pencil-Ninja’s jam at this link, and stay tuned for more DUCK WEEK(TM), including a bonus review on Wednesday and another Duck-Sketch on Friday, right here, on this very Blog! BELIEVE IT!