The Zombie Dog
Four survivors of the apocalypse take on a dog infested with bioluminescent parasites.
We've all been there, haven't we?
This is a profile for a silly little monster I made up. A poster of this was shown at
the Altered Esthetics gallery
in Minneapolis, MN.
Someone apparently bought it, too! Yay!
Chip and Dale: Remastered
An HD reimagining of the Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers
NES sprites, drawn for an issue of NF Magazine
The issue featured DuckTales: Remastered
and talked about other old Disney games made by Capcom.
Making the Leap
Header image I made for NF Magazine
for their article on 3DS games that were ported to the Wii U.
Ornate Rock of the Rock
A profile for another silly monster I made up. A poster of this was shown during the
Altered Esthetics gallery
's rock-themed fundraiser.
Dinosaur Land Fossil
T-shirt design sold by TheYetee
Speed Demos Archive
's Awesome Games Done Quick 2013.
It's a fossilized skeleton of a certain cartoony prehistoric creature.
RPG Limit Break banners
Banners for RPG Limit Break
, the charity speedrunning marathon dedicated to RPGs!
Unlike the earlier banners, these were designed to look more like chalk art rather than pixel art.
The logo was made by Kari Fry
Dillon's Rolling Western
Challenging the Blizzard
Some time ago someone pointed me to a Pokémon-themed art contest, and I figured to just
have some fun and enter. However, nobody said I had to take it seriously, so the character I
entered was King Rex Caesar, the rock-stupid goofball with questionable problem-solving skills.
The contest's first art challenge involved drawing a Pokémon trainer braving a huge snowstorm
in order to find a beacon. Clearly this meant I had to draw my idiot character looking for
anything but a beacon.
Wilhelm, Zee, and the Giant Cactus
Wilhelm is a knife-wielding tempura shrimp. Zee is a flying blueberry. They starred in a bunch
of Flash cartoons I made
. Here they're
scaling a huge cactus, as they're the only heroes small enough to walk AROUND the deadly spikes.
A comic made for NF Magazine
. It's the
ridiculous, horribly sitcom-y adventures of a final boss and a stupid 90's video game mascot hero. Can
they get along and work together? No. The answer to that is "no."