Monday, January 28, 2013
Friday, January 25, 2013
That's a very good question if you haven't taken a peek at my other blog (the one that get's updated on a regular basis -so far, daily). Here're a few samples of pix I posted last year, and this is only the tip of the iceberg. (A Slice of Cheesecake does contain some mild nudity, most of it "historic" and centered around the 50's and 60's, but fair warning.)
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Every once in a while I'll end up with a tape that doesn't have a box, so I'll have to make a box for it (or, more accurately, a cover to slip into a sleeve on a tape case). I decided I'd share some of these, since they demonstrate another of my hobbies and some of my composition work. Some of my hand-drawn wording is crude (had to do what I could at the time, y'know), but much of this stuff was created by combining elements from magazine clippings and the like.
|A very early attempt...|
Saturday, January 5, 2013
GODZILLA VERSUS THE SEA MONSTER (1966) was the first Godzilla film released directly to television in the United States. It also just happened to be my first Oddball Film Report subject. As I noted there, the film was originally meant for King Kong to star in. Substituting the big blue dinosaur (when the rights to the great ape were tangled) resulted in one fun adventure movie. By the way, in Italy, the film's title actually mentioned Godzilla! Most such films screened in Italy were given a title change that somehow referenced King Kong. This time, however, they got the right monster in the title! As you can see below, that's about all they got right!
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Inks and tones by Jeff Austin, for a story by Jason Crawley published in Bloke's Terrible Tomb of Terror. Just a few panels/pages, but you'll have to buy the book to see the horrifying ending!