To go along with my podcast where I and my friend Justin Murray recap the entire original Transformers cartoon episode-by-episode I’m also trying to create a new piece of art to drop along with each episode every Tuesday. This particular painting is a recreation of the wanted-style Megatron poster hanging in the munitions factory where puny flesh-creatures are building new weapons to take on the Decepticon threat. I had a lot of fun doing this and really like how it came out. So much so that I put it on a bunch of merch over at my TeePublic store. If you’d like the original email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s 9″ x 12″ acrylic on Canson mixed-media paper. Enjoy!
Here’s a little painting of one of the greatest movie moments ever, even if it is only the second best in its own movie, Steve Rogers showing Thanos, Thor, and the world that the little budge we saw in Age Of Ultron was no joke and he is truly worthy to wield the mighty Mjölnir. And then goes opening up a giant can of whoop-ass on the mad Titan before ultimately being bested right as the newly un-snapped cavalry arrives (the single greatest moment in the movie, and in any movie of the last few years). I w,ant to do a piece depicting Cap finally – FINALLY! – giving the iconic “Avengers, assemble” line, but I’m still unsure how to go about doing it. It would certainly be a much larger canvas piece. I had to get this one out of my system, though. The image and moment are just too good. So here he is. 9″ x 12″ acrylic on canvas. Email email@example.com to purchase.