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24 February 2014

New Print Available: Cthulhu!

Now available on my DeviantArt story is my interpretation and portrait of Great Cthulhu himself.  Reworked slightly from its earlier versions used by the Lovecraft eZine, I will be selling copies of this print at East Coast Comics Expo in May.  If you don't want to wait, you can get Lovecraft's baddie in all his squiddy goodness in a variety of sizes and formats through my DeviantArt page.

Grab one now and maybe...just maybe....Cthulhu will devour your soul last*.  No promises. 

*Offer not valid in R'lyeh or affiliated Dreamlands.  Offer not open to cultists, wizards or any member of the Whateley family.  Artist assumes no responsibility for the disposition of your eternal soul, the likelihood of being devoured by squid-headed bat-dragons from beneath the ocean, or night-gaunts.  If after purchasing, you find that sleeping abnormalities wake to resurgent life, and blasphemously surviving nightmares squirm and splash out of their black lairs to newer and wider conquests, consult a doctor.  For all the good it will do.

14 February 2014

New Work Published: Lovecraft EZine # 29

Up now, you can read issue #29 of the the ever worthwhile Lovecraft EZine. This issue, as always, features some great Lovecraftian fiction, as well as a nonfiction article by the worldly and wise scholar Robert M. Price, all wrapped up in an incredible cover by Lee Copeland

For this outing, I have illustrated "The Groaner in the Glen", a piece of historical Mythos fiction by Eric Ian Steele, concerning a possible of fate of a lost Roman legion.  For this one, I tried to evoke some of the style of the Roman era mosaics I remember seeing during a visit to Germany a few years back.  This was also an opportunity to try out Corel Painter, to which I am newly arrived.  You will shortly (I hope) be seeing work from a couple more projects I have created using that program.

For now, go read "The Groaner in the Glen" and the other amusing, entertaining and edifying pieces that make up the latest issue of Lovecraft EZine.  While you're there, be aware that the magazine is now available in a print edition, guaranteed to look great in your library.

Meanwhile, here's my "portrait" of Willem H. Pugmire from issue #28, the Pugmire tribute issue.  It's a composite of an old photo of WHP from an issue of Famous Monsters and a photo of HPL himself, amongst other things.  Just a little bit of creepy, staring madness to send you on your way...