This Week's Theme:

This Week's Theme: Holidays!

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Friday, December 30, 2011

Xmas NInja Turtle by Rob Ayotte

Two Birds...

Chrismatize! ; Happy Holidays from Cthulhu, by Josh Purple

Yaaaaa 2012 :) !

TMNT Collab

Me and fellow artist Marcus Smith(Masman) teamed up on a Turtles commission piece. He did the pencils and inks. I did the second round of color, then Marcus touched up what I did.

You can follow Marcus on his deviant art page:



I was lucky enough to get the flu for Christmas this year so I didn't think I was going to have enough time, or energy to post this week. However, while throwing away some papers, I stumbled across this sketch I drew earlier this month that I had forgotten about. It was a Christmas miracle.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Something X-Mas? by Mark Hurst

Here is my something xmas image. Not really sure why I ended up doing a zombie like Santa, it just kind of felt right, as strange as that is. Well I hope everyone has happy holidays and a great new year. See you all next year.

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Turtle by: Mark Hurst

Well here's my sketch for this week. I grew up watching and reading anything I could with the Ninja Turtles on it. It wasn't until much much later I realized where they had come from. So here's a more traditional turtle (no colored headband). Plus it had been a while since I had broke out the prisma markers so it turned out better then expected.

Friday, December 23, 2011

TMNT: KRANGed, by Josh Lynch

I always loved Krang's design.  Him and all the Dimension X stuff was always my favorite as a kid.  Krang has a bit of Kirby flair to his design.
Here's an extra turtle sketch
And one of master splinter

Thursday, December 22, 2011

TMNT: Leo kills The Shredder

I was (surprise!) a big Turtles fan as a kid, on the basis of the action figures and the cartoon.  I didn't read the comic it was based on until much later.  I have no idea how Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird spun their weird, violent parody comic into millions of dollars, but mad respect to them for it.  The first issue is the Turtle's origin story that culminates with a classic rooftop battle against the Shredder and his elite Foot Soldiers.  The turtles kill everyone and Leonardo stabs the Shredder...but leaves him alive enough to commit seppuku afterword.
 Eastman/Laird's version.
My take.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Narrative: Maynards by Mark Hurst

OK so I know it's a couple days late but here is my narrative. All I have to say about this strip is... well it was a quick sketch and pretty much sums up any new employees first day at my job.

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Narrative: "Worf Loses a Bet" by Mike McMahon

I had planned on doing an 8 page short story, but wasn't able to get much of it done (you can see what I did get done here).

So I took a cue from Josh's post and just did a quick strip.

Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen

Friday, December 9, 2011

Robot Versus Input

Sorry for the delay in this post, I only had time for a quick sketch.

Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen by Justin Zyduck

You have always accepted the conventional explanation that the "Paul is dead" theory was a hoax. Jimmy Olsen does not. That is why Jimmy Olsen is Superman's pal and has time-travel adventures and dates a foxy stewardess, whereas last night you debated whether the five-day-old Chinese food in your fridge is still good, decided it probably wasn't, but then ate it anyway.

All men are chumps before Jimmy Olsen.

(Looking forward to the fake JO covers y'all are gonna come up with, dudes.)

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Minions of Apocalypse: Metron, I mean Zodac by Rob Ayotte

I'm so sorry dropping out of sight for a while. AND I'm sorry that I did not follow the guide lines to the Minions of Apocalypse theme. MY EXCUSE: It is said that Masters of the Universe is very influenced by Jack Kirby's New Gods and that the most obvious parallel is between Zodac and Metron. They are both neutral observers who fly around in chairs and so on. If you Wicki Zodac it'll tell you all about it. I've been trying to get this color/painting/ digital art thing down and also trying to have a decent set of MOTU pieces for my portfolio so this seemed like a good choice for me. I hope ya'll can forgive me if you feel that this was out of bounds. A lot of wonderful work was produced while I've been away from the site! I've enjoyed looking and will continue to do so.Take care,

Friday, November 25, 2011

KETCHUP: halloween

sorry guys been busy. I got a few more ketchup i'll finish up tonite.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Minions of Apokalips: Desaad

Wow, my first Armagetto Fabulous post. I'd like to start by thanking everyone for letting me be a part of this blog. I've been enjoying your work from the beginning, and am excited to now be apart of it.

For this weeks theme I choice Desaad. I have a very limited knowledge about the DC universe, so after a little research I stumbled upon Desaad. I liked the idea of him being Darkseid's master torturer, and tried to capture that attitude in the drawing.

However, seeing how I was asked to join during ketchup week I thought I would take my pick of past themes, and play a little catch up myself. Below is one of my favorite TNG episodes.

Hope you enjoy,

Monday, November 21, 2011

Minions of Apokalips: Big Barda by Mike McMahon

Even though Barda fights for good these days, she was born on Apokalips and trained as part of Granny Goodness' Furies until she defected.

Minions of Apokalips: Simyan and Mokkari

These two schlubs largely stood around with a clipboard and watched as Superman, Jimmy Olson, and the Newsboy legion fought off a bunch of monsters.

Minions of Apokolips: Takion, by Josh Purple

As I was searching through the Inhabitants of New Genesis, I found Takion fighting (what must be) Godzilla :) , so I picked Takion.  Guess I made him a bit happy and goofy :D .

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Minions of Apokolips: Glorious Godfrey by Justin Zyduck

Of all the Fourth World villains, I find Glorious Godfrey the most fascinating. I mean, take a look at this page and all the wonderful richness it suggests. A salesman disguised as a televangelist, Godfrey isn't a total sham. He does believe in anti-life (or at least he tells Darkseid he does; I choose to believe that he's telling the truth), but only to a point. To him it's really just a marketing campaign for Darkseid. It's like if you were an adman for Apple, and you sincerely believed that Apple products are the computing solution for every man, woman, and child on Earth -- and then Darkseid comes in and is like, "You shortsighted fool, don't you realize? APPLE IS LIFE ITSELF!"