Design

Star Wars: Everything is Cyclical

This poster echoes the greatness of the original from 1977. I am blown away by the bookend style of poster. I skipped attending the Last Jedi in theaters, but with everything coming out about this film... wow. I loved what JJ did with the Force Awakens, even though his movie killed off Solo, but that… Continue reading Star Wars: Everything is Cyclical

Collecting

Mail Call: Mego Micronauts Andromeda

   Mego Micronauts' Andromeda. Baron Karza's trusted mount. This actually came earlier in the week, but only now do I have some time to photograph and share it. More than the last two Micronauts I shared, this one has been on my want list since 1977. Apart from the box, Andromeda is complete and in… Continue reading Mail Call: Mego Micronauts Andromeda

Greenish, Quick Thoughts

Greenish: The Brekr Electric Moped

   This is a pretty cool idea, and I really appreciate the lines but where is the "Ped" part of this MoPed? The pedals to power the vehicle when it runs out of fuel or you just feel like peddling is one of the "greenest" things that you can do, and they are absent. At… Continue reading Greenish: The Brekr Electric Moped

Gaming, Quick Thoughts

Quick Thoughts: The Atari VCS Enters Pre-Production

   This console gives me all of the nostalgic feels. It more of a work of art than a video gaming system. With a price tag of over $350, it is a bit on the spendy side for a modern machine that will come with a lot of the old Atari games. The price isn't… Continue reading Quick Thoughts: The Atari VCS Enters Pre-Production

Design

Latest Designs: Skeletor, Blue Falcon & Dr. Steel

   I really love to design, draw, and make graphics of every type. While I don't get much for each sale, I do get a few bucks which is pretty nice. Check out my store on TeePublic for apparel, mugs, stickers and more.

Design

Big Jim’s P.A.C.K. – Dr. Steel

   For a very long time I've wanted to do this design. It is from Jack Kirby's illustration of Dr. Steel from the packing for that classic Mattel toy. Recreating the line art using nothing by shapes was a pain, but it's scalable to any size. As what is virtually the digital inker of the… Continue reading Big Jim’s P.A.C.K. – Dr. Steel