Friday, April 6, 2018

More sexy superheroines.

                   I do a lot of these,apparently,so I thought a second gallery was in order.



                                                                        "dirty diana"

                                                  Hey,they tattooed her butt,they own her.


" 'black' canary"

The horror of being found out that one isn't a real blonde.


"the psycho and the schizo"


"barebacked diana"

A spur-of-the-moment piece...I found this cover and the 'net and 
altered it...no,it wasn't originally torn that low.


"wonder woman no more"

A parody of an iconic image from a Spiderman comic.


"alleged global threat"


"new sensation"


"hank henshaw's a perv".


"!sietnap s'lrigrepus evomer"


"beware the empress of evil!"


"the superior babs"


"the reporter's new clothes"

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

More Black and White.

                                           Further proof that color isn't everything.



"laura marano nude"

The former Disney Channel actress,au naturel.


"hardrock,coco and joe"

If you live outside the Chicago area,you may not be familiar with this 
trio of elves,helpers to Santa Claus,who are the subject of a seasonal 
stop-motion short that was first shown on WGN-TV in the 1950s,and 
have become a holiday institution since.

Trivia:the short was created by artist Wah Ming Chang,who also created 
the original Star Trek communicators,the headdress Elizabeth Taylor wore 
in Cleopatra and the titular prop of George Pal's The Time Machine.


"break on through"

Something I created with its posting on DeviantArt in mind,
hence the pale green "wall".


"the balance of death"

Once again,the pale green backdrop,for the same reason.


"nanny the nudits"

Yes,the misspelling was intentional...it helps if you're familiar with 
the mazagine our wardrobe-challenged reporter appeared in.


"room for improvement"


"because Poe wrote on both"

As much as I would like to take credit for such a clever answer to 
this iconic supposedly-unanswerable riddle,I must acknowledge 
puzzle expert Sam Lloyd as the author.


"out of his comfort zone"


"seven dogs have died"


"I dreamed nobody noticed"

"crash dive"

Monday, April 2, 2018

Screensavers---New.

Artwork designed as screensavers,sized to fit the larger screens of modern computers.


"audiences do"


"on with the show"


"rehind ruh reen rohr"

Thursday, December 14, 2017

Mystery Science Theater 3000

Funny thing,I thought I'd already created a collection here of my artwork inspired by the classic 90's
comedy show Mystery Science Theater 3000. Oh,well,I've got one now...and here it is.


One infamous B-movie of the 60's that didn't get the MST3K 
treatment...and I wish it had is 1965's Frankenstein Meets The 
Space Monster...also known as Mars Attacks Puerto Rico,
Operation San Juan,etc. etc.


"a patrick swayze christmas"


"IT'S THE BRAK SHOW!!!" 

Lance Fuller as Brak from the 1955 movie This Island Earth,which got riffed 
by Mike and the 'bots at both their mid-90's live show and in Mystery 
Science Theater 3000:The Movie.


"KISS MY CLOWN FEET!!!"

Inspired by one of the show's funniest moments,when rogue holographic 
clowns overstay their welcome and go completely insane with rage.


"movie sign is futile"

For those of you who've spent many a long sleepless night plagued by 
the question:What if the Satellite Of Love were assimilated by the Borg? 


"predator was busy" 


"pronounced mist-THREE-kay-ah"


"skull cruiser!!!"

As seen on episode #404,Teenagers From Outer Space.

No,this isn't what the teenagers arrived in. 


"The 40 names of David Ryder"

A visual celebration of all the nicknames bestowed by Mike and the 'bots 
upon the main character from the movie Space Mutiny.


"what's with the costume"

Trivia: the show originally premiered on Thanksgiving. 


"woman of the future"

By an amazing coincidence,one of the writer/cast members of the show had 
the same name as the title character from Helen Fielding's novel.

I think there was a movie? Can't really remember....


"why joel couldn't just leave"


It's scrrrrapbook time...part two!!

Another collection of visually interesting visuals found on the 'net!



From an old issue of MAD magazine...sorry,don't know
which one...a Wally Wood illustration of an office party where 
all the popular comic-strip characters of the mid-to-late 
20th century are in attendance.


A still from the 1960's Batman TV show
...showcasing Catwoman's (Julie Newmar) butt.

...and while we're on the subject of women's butts...


I have absolutely no idea what this actress' name is.All I 
know is that she was a featured player in a pornographic 
parody of the TV show Seinfeld.
Now,I've never seen that show,and I have no interest in 
pornographic movies. So why,do you ask,did I post this here?

Guess.


A picture of an attic I found on the net.


From a Direct TV ad from 2014,the premise of which that some guy has the 
service,and his marionette wife feels insecure because of his comment about 
"no more ugly wires".
I'm actually surprised we have not yet seen something like this in the movies...
a CGI-created artificial woman who's more stylized than realistic. The sexy female 
android is a recurring theme in popular sci-fi, people often feel discomfort when 
watching realistic CGI people,the whole "uncanny valley" thing,and there are dozens 
of cartoon women that men find sexually attractive...this feels like the next logical 
step...imagine a sci-fi movie akin to something like Galaxina or Cherry 2000 in 
which the android is portrayed,not by a live actress but in CGI imagry similar 
to the above.



Two pics of me and my brothers...Jim,Dan,Patrick and Matt...
when we were younger. In both,I'm the second youngest;in the 
lower photo,that's our Dad with us.


One of my favorite toys when I was a kid.


An ad from 1975 featuring a pre-Three's Company Suzanne Somers...

...the detail of which is below. 



A parody page of those old ads in comic books.


The ol' homestead...from Google Maps,our old house on Verdev.


From a series of books created by Gerry Anderson,the man behind 
Thunderbirds and Space:1999.
I dunno...just seems creeeepy!!!