This is a poster I did based on Sin and Punishment (Tsumi to Batsu, N64 2000) with the theme of "love" for the Fangamer Loves Attractmode show happening during PAX. You can find out more information here. I wish I could go......... The print should be available for purchase after the show on fangamer
Forgot to post this from Pax East but here is the shirt I made in Collaboration with my new friends MEGA64. It was an honor to work with them (shots out to Rocco who acted as AD on this project) as I have been a fan for many years. The shirt sold VERY well at PAX East and is still available (for a limited time) HERE on their online store, so pick it up while you can!!
Hello there! It has been a while since i have been able to post what I have been up to (I did forget a couple of things but hold up a sec). I am proud to announce the debut of Mike McWhertor's (polygon.com, former Meatbun.com AD) new graphic shirt venture, Death Mtn.!!!!!
quote from the site: DEATH MTN is an indie clothing label about slimes, dungeons, axes, skeleton knights and demons. Umbasa.
I'm so down.
I made a few designs along with some designs by some other dudes (Christophe Szpajdel, Jimmy Giegerich, and ???) and they all came out great! Please check out the website for more information. I just found out about this and I wanted to write about it as soon as I got home! Two of my shirts are available with another 2 (i think) printing soon. Its about time!
Do you like power rangers? Do you like cyclopsis? If your first answer is "no" and your second answer is "huh!?" then fuck off! You know who these are for.
Mishka, Saban, myself and Lamour Supreme present these new Mishka X Saban's Power Rangers shrits! I did the bad guys shirt and the megazord shirt. Lamour Supreme did the heroes shirt. Get them while you can! Look at this plug! Thank Rocco! Lets make something soon!
OK!! My 2013 Fangamer X Attract Mode Print has gone on sale! It is an 18" x 24" Giclee Print (these are very high quality prints) and can be yours after clicking on the image below! So cool! Even I want one!
So game informer say the work that my Meatbun Dark Souls shirts (AD and text by Mike McWhertor) were "the best video game shirts ever" I didnt do the tarot card or the pure black tendancy shirt but thats still a majority of the shirts. Just look at the article!!!:
OH MAN! THANKYOU! (a year too late!)
I was the storyboard artist on this short horror film. Check out those monster effects! I remember drawing all of those scenes.
The Fangamer X Attractmode show held during PAX last month, attracted the likes of Megaman Creator, Ex-Capcom head, and creator of current Kickstarter Phenom "Mighty No.9", Keiji Inafune. I made this poster--> for the show. I recieved confirmation just now that THE CREATOR OF MEGAMAN was impressed by my Megaman Poster and was given one. Now, Mighty No.9 is being handled on Kickstarter by Fangamer. Maybe I am counting my chickens before they hatch but I think i might have a shot at making some official Mighty No.9 products. I wonder what Inafune would think of my OTHER megaman poster that I made for the VS show.
I redesigned my site again! Nice and clean! Special thanks go out to Daniel Hyun Lim, Rian Trost and Britney Win for the advice. I have been working with Archaia again on a short story comic for the Hawken Melee series of comics. Hawken is a free to play mech shooter for PC that wont run on my computer properly but the designs sure are cool. I dont think i can share my pages yet but I can put a link to the project's announcement page HERE
So happy to be able to show this off, This is my poster for sale at the Fangamer X Attrractmode show happening during PAX. Click here for more information. You will be able to purchase this 18x24 print at the show and from fangamer.net after the show. The theme for the show was just "X" so I thought why not draw Megaman X, one of my favorite videogame characters.... but given the nature of the show and the X implying that two things are crossing or combining i decided to go with a Megaman filtered through late 80s, material dependent art by someone like Keita Amemiya or Katsuya Terada. I just wanted this to be something that if you saw it in 1993 in an ad in Famitsu magazine you would think it fit. This was a blast to draw and I hope you enjoy it. The official title is "Irregular Hunter Android X"
My work with SodaPop/Ninja Division and Palladium has materialized in the form of Robotech RPG Tactics. Here is their Kickstarter video describing the project. Look for My Art which can be seen at 0:44, 2:45, 3:35 if I'm not mistaken. I am working on a lot more for that game and other games so keep on the look out for my new Game Art section coming soon.
Here is my poster for SALE at the Comics VS Games 2 show being held during the Toronto Comics Art Festival 2013. After the show you can buy it at Fangamer.com (I think) along with my previous poster. You can find out more about the show and its opening night HERE. So about my poster, If you can't tell that is a whole lot of Megamen fighting a whole lot of Astroboys.
I have been doing Livestreams of myself drawing for the last few days and I will continue to do so if possible. You can check out my Livestream recordings HERE. I will have to add a link on main page.... But yeah. Kotaku.com's EIC has decided to use my "Kotaku-tan" illustration as their post header for unveiling their revamped site! They were nice enough to put a little link to my site at the bottom of the post! Thanks again, Mr. Totilo!
But yeah I have been working on lots of things (that I cant show yet) for the tabletop games company Sodapop Miniatures. In a month or so I can show it off I hope. Through that company i had to opportunity to not only work on their original IP but on a older famouserer IP that I also cant share yet.
YES YOU CAN STILL BUY MY SHIRT! I actually dont have one yet but you can pick it up over at meatbun.com! If you will notice in the screen cap below that Stephen Totilo, Kotaku's EIC (I think (I will not research this (you cant make me!))) said that i am amazing! I just did like 4 back flips. Thanks Stephen! Your site is pretty great!
Behold an ORIGINAL design that I had pitched to Mishka last year mysteriously finding its way onto a hat that I totally want! Its always so cool to see where these things end up. Here is a link to the interview with Mishka NYC co-founder Greg Rivera