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The final character I submitted to the Savage Dragon character contest was Saur Thirteen. Saur Thirteen is one of those ill planned secret government experiments in creating a non-human soldier. Saur Thirteen wasn’t chosen. None of the characters I submitted … Continue reading
The fifth character I submitted to the Savage Dragon character contest was new, invented just for the contest. Missy Maggot was a colony of sentient worms that had disguised itself as a bag lady. The colony figured that the best … Continue reading
The fourth character I submitted to the Savage Dragon character contest was everybody’s favorite silly serial killer, Zipperhead.
For a third character for the Savage Dragon contest I went back to a creature I’d already spent a couple of years drawing: The Pile from Misspent Youths. For anyone who has never read Misspent Youths or The Highly Unlikely … Continue reading
In 1993, Erik Larsen, the creator/writer/illustrator of The Savage Dragon, ran a character creation contest. He asked for fans to submit characters as possible opponents for the Dragon in an upcoming issue of the comic. I wrote up descriptions for, … Continue reading
It’s traditional for evil cultists to sacrifice beautiful virgins to their hideous inhuman gods. But why? Are beautiful virgins that much tastier than other potential sacrifices? Why, if you were a hideous inhuman god, would such a thing matter?
This piece was done with felt markers and colored pencils. I figured I should have some color pieces in my portfolio. There’s no back story for this one. It’s just a guy being hideously disassembled by … something.