Jared's Fantubulous July!
Mandela Mask, watercolor. I really like this one if only because I'd
really had a lot to drink when I made it. That sort of shows I
think. God knows if that's a good or bad thing. Don't do
drugs. They're bad. OK?
Acrylic Girl in Rain, acrylic (obviously).
These Two Hands, watercolor & ink. I don't know why, but whenever
weird hands are involved, I start quoting "The Neverending Story."
Germ Limelight, watercolor & ink. In retrospect, this has far
too much in common with Plankton from the Spongebob Squarepants show.
Crayon Monsters, watercolor, ink, and crayon. This was an experiment
for a project I'm working on. Sadly crayon characters don't seem any
more "unreal" than the other stuff I draw. Oh well.
The Deep Sea is Lonely, watercolor & ink. Man, I do draw a lot of
Fishmen, don't I?
So very Untitled, watercolor, acrylic, & ink. This is a sort of
obscure "Vampire the Masquerade" tribute. And that's a nose ring.
Childhood Ghost, watercolor & acrylic.
Hungry Hungry Hippo, watercolor & ink.
Giant Lizard Love, watercolor & ink.
Momma Shiva, watercolor & ink. Didn't Shiva have arms?
The Lady, watercolor & ink. Yet another oh so cleverly titled
Why Does it Burn?, watercolor & ink. I'm beginning to notice that
most of the characters I draw are in serious need of an orthodontist.
Daddy made me a Friend, watercolor, acrylic, & ink. I don't care
what you say; mouths within mouths is just damn creepy. Oh and just
so you know: When October comes ALL the art coming in will be
Get the Damn Door, watercolor on black paper. The furthering
adventures of the Shadow Monk.
King Solomon's Demonic Legion, watercolor & ink. In case you didn't
know, that's the entire roster of demons being recited straight from "The
Lesser Key of Solomon", an apparently "legitimate" source for demonic
I don't get Furries #2, watercolor & ink. I can't say that I came up
with this idea. I went into a chat room and that's what started
shaking it's goodies at me. Gah. Lesson learned: Don't
go into a roleplaying chatroom out of curiosity. Ever.
Panhandling Bunny, watercolor & ink. Art for
Blue Fire consumes Memories, watercolor & ink. From the same project
as the Crayola Monsters. Oh and I hate this painting. Why the
hell did I put it here?
Bigfoot Confrontation, watercolor & ink.
I dropped the Kids off at the Pool", watercolor, acrylic, & ink.
Because I really don't make enough poop jokes on this site.
Deep Blue, acrylic.
Second Hand Smoke, watercolor & ink. If I saw someone smoking a
cigarette like THAT I might actually stop smoking.
The Emo Emu, watercolor & ink. It's true. Still, if it wasn't
for online Emo kids, there would be no drama at all. And by kids I
mean everyone, since I'm sure half the 13 year old girls who chat online
are really 47 year old balding men.
Something Rises, acrylic.
Dr. Finregard, watercolor, acrylic, & ink. To answer your question:
No, that is not a Photoshopped texture in the back. I ended up
layering a fair quantity of acrylic paint and then watercoloring over it.
Chapel Anole, watercolor & ink. Be warned, the original title of
this was "Chapel Anolement."
Gaos #1, watercolor & ink. If you're a Gamera fan, then you'll get
the humor here.
Stressed Doll, watercolor & ink. To be honest, not all drunk art
turns out well.
I painted one of my Playstation 2
controllers a wee bit (note the teeth). It's crazy having a
vibrating fully-functional monster controller of your very own.
This month's Title Banners:
2nd Head, My Back Baby, Voodoo Reminds me of the
Babe, Not a Dingo
All images copyright 2005 Jared von