Entries in art (129)
Check out this awesome chalk sketching of Iron Man and his HUD spotted by the father of 14-year-old young-avenger-wiccan along with the note “Look at our chalkboard in the break room!”
OK... what kind of breakroom do you have sir?! You so happen to have buckets of chalk and work with some sort of mystery hobbyist comic book artist?! The stars were aligned.
Now this is a Star Wars crossover I can get behind. Take Predator and pit him against bounty hunters assembled by Darth Vader himself. This is part one of a series by rhymesyndicate.
"The tagline 'Predator kills the Star Wars universe' is a play on words from Marvel comics' 'Punisher kills the Marvel universe'."
To the left, natural lighting the Fett. To the right, artificial lighting the Fett.
Just imagine that you had an actual church filled with glowing stained glass panels of bounty hunters. A boy's dream and a geek man's desire.
New Zealand bone artist, Bruce Mahalski, the man who brought you the awesome bone pistols, has a new addition to his skeletal arsenal... a full-size AK-47 replica made from animal bones. Ratta tat tat.
He used a combination of parts from rabbit, stoat, ferret, sheep, hawk, pheasant, wallaby, snapper, snake, blackbird, tarakihi, hedgehog, broad-billed prion, shear water, thrush, seal, cat and possum (plus a single bone from the extinct moa). To be precise.
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Armored up and weaponized SHARK with a fish bowl back and thirst for 'PAIN'.
This is Mike Corriero derivative version based on Danny LuVisi’s graphic novel book “Last Man Standing” this is fan art produced as a contribution to the reprint of his book. The original Jawesome shark by Danny can be found here.
Thanks to Ian Brooks for the badassed freakin' shark tip.
Check out this awesome acrylic painting of two of France's most famous robots... Daft Punk. It was painted by Antoine Scotto who also added Da Funk with some built-in LEDs that actually light up the helmets (watch the video). Now your walls are Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger, and GLOWY.
You remember the scene in Aliens when Bishop gets wripped in half by the queen and you see that he is full of milk? Of course you do! Mick Minogue brought it a step further and crafted up this awesome wall-mounted diorama box full of friendly kittens and facehuggers enjoying a little drink of the old robot juice.
YUM YUM >^..^< MUY MUY