Thursday, 31 May 2012

African witch doctory woman

So I did a course in japanese woodblock printmaking last weekend and I decided to kill two birds with one stone. Had to keep it simple as the piece of wood was quite small but think it turned out ok. Added a colour grad in photoplop to give it a bit of a kick. Will stick the original on my own blog if anybody wants to see.

Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Witchy Women

Margaret & Mary

Seemed like a good excuse to do some concept art for a script I wrote a while back (but not a good enough excuse to colour them in)

The Weird Sisters

These be the three witches from Macbeth, known as The Weird Sisters. Individually, they are Darkness, Conflict and Chaos. Fair is foul and foul is fair. Hover through the fog and filthy air...

Tuesday, 29 May 2012


I-no from the old guilty gear fighting games, always thought she was cool.

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

Ordinary Magician

I decided to draw my current favourite witch-lady, Marisa! She is one of the main characters from a series of Japanese shooter games that I like called Touhou Project. She can shoot lazers and stars at you, which I think is pretty cool....

Vampi... Uh witchy woman

Monday, 21 May 2012

Witch Sisters

Two witch sisters in the woods.... Bonus points to anyone who knows what this is from!

Sunday, 20 May 2012

"I've broken yooou..."

The last scene of "Torch Song": Joan Crawford's character glides in like a Dalek and exterminates everyone. Genuinely terrifying.

A Furry Tale

Once upon a time in a small village at the edge of a great forest lived a naughty little girl called Arlene who loved to play tricks on people. One day, however, she went too far and played a trick on the local witch who, in a fit of rage, cast a spell on the girl which turned her skin green and covered her body in thick purple fur. The villages thought she was a monster and drove her out of the village. She wandered alone in the forest until the same witch, regretting her loss of temper but unable to reverse the spell, took her in as an apprentice. Arlene learned some magic, but mostly herbal lore and medical practices and, when she was older, became famous far and wide for her miraculous cures, taking over after the witch died and far surpassing the old woman’s skill. One day she saved the life of a young medical student, who had been bitten by a snake while researching medicinal plants in the forest. They fell in love, got married and set up in practice together, concocting potent cures which they sold far and wide and, apart from the occasional lecture tour, remained in the forest quite happily for the rest of their lives. The end.

Thursday, 10 May 2012

Burn the witch!

This is my submission for "Witchy Women". My idea is one girl's accused of witchcraft and the other is the accuser. I guess you can make up your own mind and decide who's the witch.

Friday, 4 May 2012


Shooting his way to the stars as our very first winner on the Bouldermedia Art Blog is Eugenio Laviola. Check out Eugenios beautiful blog here . Congradulations Rocketboy :)

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

A New Month a New Theme

The Art Blog Bag of Ideas has spoken and the brand new theme starting today is

"Witchy Women"
Jenny's idea, inspired by The Eagles tune I believe!

Do with this what you will....
Thanks again to everyone who posted in last months theme. There are some crackers!!!
We will be deciding the winner for "How you see yourself " during the week in Boulder.

Until Then.

Animation Monkey


This is how I could see myself if I keep watching Horror Movies!

How I see myself

Quick one of me as a Hanna-Barbera character. (The colours are crap)

Had done the piece I put in the auction for this theme,