This zombie kitteh was drawn to my home late one night, when everything was dark and quiet. Drawn by the flickering light of a 60 watt bulb in a faulty light socket, it's huge eyes catching each flash of yellow and reflecting back a multitude of colors. To bad the camera can't capture how vivid those colours are.
This 5"x5" mixed media on paper zombie cat painting is available. Message me if you wish to own it.
It's probably spelled wrong, drawn wrong, advertised wrong and whatever else you can think of wrong, but so what. It's a freaking skull head zombie cat oh a garbage can. It's king of the alley and doesn't care much for spelling or drawing or advertising.
4"x6" mixed media on paper. Available to patrons here: http://patreon.com/zombiecats
I don't know when I started creating these 6 undead kittehs but I do remember that they were not being very co-operative. I think they resented being captured together and subjected to the brutality of the pen and randomness of the paint. The fuzz ball in the front really looks like he is ready to kill someone. M really likes the skull head zombie cat on the left and I am proud that I managed to pull off the open mouth on the far right cat.
The whole piece looks sharp as hell in real life and a good size, 7"x11" mixed media on paper. It's available to my patrons today, the public tomorrow.
At the corn and apple comic con this guy named Stephan asked me to draw his cat Boots in a wild zombie-esque sort of way. I had started on one and hated it right away so I began a second and while that paint was drying I began a third. Then I went back to the first and decided to just go for it by painting over everything with purple and just didn't stop. It turned out pretty good ... good enough that Stephan nearly burst with joy when M and I brought it to him. Cool feeling to see that reaction.
I have a picture of that painting and I'll be sure to share it in the future.
Boots v.2 is still a favorite of mine for many reasons, and I'll share that one later too, but for now we have Boots version 3.orange and he's actually looking a little cross.
He's actually a pretty good size, about 8"x11" created with mixed media on 300lb watercolor paper.
Boots is currently available for purchase for patrons only. If you want to own boots, check out this link: https://www.patreon.com/posts/21349564