Atomic Moo Saturday Morning Geek-Art (Need to come up with a better title for this…)

Morning El Moochadors. Since we run a site that’s more or less about fan or geek art Trog and I thought we would start posting a piece of our own work each week. We’re thinking that having a weekly goal like that might help us improve our own skills, and maybe, someday, we might get good at drawing and being creative. This is NOT just exclusive to us. We’re open to sharing anyone’s piece of work that they’ve done with in the past week (It doesn’t necessarily have to be a drawing or sketch either). If you’re interested in trying this out with us, then please email an image of your work to Trog (trog@atomicmoo.com). you should probably include your name, title, and maybe a brief description of what it is, medium, etc…. Anyhow, let us know what you think.

Atomic Robo by Trog

Atomic Robo by Trog (aka Sean)

Trog’s quick sketch of Atomic Robo. This a comic we both recently discovered last Free Comic Book day, and picked up a trade from the Red 5 booth at Comic-Con. It’s actually pretty friggen awesome and we recommend you check it out. I think he did this while he was waiting to pick up a client at the airport, and he said that he wanted to experiment with some markers he recently picked up.

The Bride of Frankenstein by Chudd

Bride of Frankenstein by Chudd (aka Jason)

About Wednesday I started on this one and worked on it mostly during my lunch breaks. I’m a big fan of old horror films (especially the Universal Monster films of the ’30s and ’40s). I can’t say Bride of Frankenstein is really my favorite from any of those, but I always did like the look of the female monster… I don’t know, there’s something about a girl that looks like she French kissed a power socket. I guess she always had Nefertiti look too. Anyhow, I did this with an H2 and HB pencil, and then some touch up in Photoshop.

I guess that’s it. I’ve already started a piece this morning for next week. Hopefully Trog will have something to. Maybe some others as well. Later!

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  1. Point Trog.

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