Lately I’ve been fascinated with sci-fi visuals. Along the lines of Dystopian, and particularly with vintage book covers or magazine illustrations. Vintage meaning late ’60s, to 70’s up until the early ’80s.
Drew the outline over a month ago, but finally had a chance to color this. Used glitter watercolor and digitally enhanced.
There’s also the alchemy aspect. I picked Gold for this piece.
Would say more but at the moment I’m exhausted. Till next time.
Earlier yesterday I was having a conversation about musician, composer and producer Giorgio Moroder. As of this posting he’s touring. (Although I’m going to see The Legendary Pink Dots instead. More my speed.) Which led me to do this Psycho Bunny sketch.
In Psycho Bunny’s mind, he’s a romeo on the dance floor. Everyone else just thinks he’s tacky.
Sometimes no matter where you go, there it is. Drama. No matter how hard you try to avoid it, it’s there. In the home, in the street, on the subway…even on good old Facebook.
Don’t even get me started on Facebook.
Anyway, everyone’s favorite angry drunk rabbit Psycho Bunny has his own thoughts about drama. Especially when using NYC’s MTA system. No wonder he drinks.
Introducing, the Psycho Bunny pic of the week.
Here comes the usual plugs. Psycho Bunny has his own page on Facebook, and so far that’s drama free. My separate illustration work has its own Facebook page as well, WitchesBrewPress. Click ‘like’ on both pages, and then order from my website so you can order Psycho Bunny comics, and other titles.
Back to our regularly scheduled programming. Every Monday there’s a new Psycho Bunny pic of the week. This week we find Psycho Bunny at the local liquor store. Surprisingly he can afford anything at the liquor store, but hey.
Today the summer heat has been so brutal, I’m amazed that I managed to sketch this out. There’s the usual reminders. You can always order Psycho Bunny comics through the WitchesBrewPress website. Don’t forget to check the Psycho Bunny Facebook page every week for new art and news updates. If you haven’t done so, click “like.” Psycho Bunny will be back next week, every Monday for more shenanigans.
Now that we’re in the last month of summer, Psycho Bunny takes advantage of those last few weeks. That’s not the only thing Psycho Bunny has been taking advantage of. He’s being a jerk as usual.
As for the latest Psycho Bunny pin-up. Usually it’s posted every Monday on Psycho Bunny’s Facebook page. Since I was at the East Hampton Comic Extravaganza this past Sunday, the pic was delayed to later this week.
Without further a doo-doo, here’s the Psycho Bunny Pic of The Week.
Announcing new greeting cards from WitchesBrewPress now available for sale.
The current favorite is my Bowie card. Based on the Aladdin Sane era.
For those into classic film stars, here’s one of Elizabeth Taylor. Besides, Marilyn Monroe has been done too many times.
There’s two other new additions to the line. One uses an original illustration I created, the other one is Wendy O Williams from The Plasmatics.
All greeting cards come with an envelope and cellophane wrapping. The cards are blank inside, because I discovered people prefer to write their own messages. Each card is $4.25 which includes S&H. It’s $3.00 if brought in person at one of my comic con/art appearances. (The additional $1.25 is to cover shipping and PayPal costs) If you can’t wait for the website store to update, you can always send me payment online via PayPal. Just specify which card you want, and send the payment to PsychoBunnyComix@aol.com
Previous greeting card designs are still available. Steampunk Cthulhu and Krampus are the two most popular. Next on arrival should be Prince and assorted holiday designs. Most likely Halloween, Christmas and Winter Solstice. The Valentine cards such as Lemmy Kilmister and Wendy O Williams are still available. The Lemmy/Wendy one was going to be limited edition, but they’ve proven popular so they stayed.
This Sunday, August 7th will be the East Hampton Comic Extravaganza. Admission is free, and the event will be in a beautiful location. I’ll be there selling my comics, greeting cards and other works. Other artists will be as well, so don’t miss out.
You can go to the event’s Facebook page for further details. See you on Sunday!