Tuesday, March 24, 2009


Batman: Where the hell are you when I need help, Wonder Boy???

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

More Rotundus!!!

Sketches of this Super Horrible Evil Creature. Run if you wanna save your life!

Friday, March 06, 2009


This picture doesn't look like Clint Eastwood at all but I based it on the final sequence when Clint comes around and kick the ass of every single person in that bar.

Gigantic Rotundus

This is a dangerous and vicious villain I came up inspired by Austin's WOE organization.

Due to an unsuccessful attempt to modify the DNA of a vampire bat, a well-known scientist from South America ended up creating a ferocious intelligent beast that was not only agile but extremely strong. This creature is blind but his ultra sensitive radars can detect any form of living creature with an incredible precision. In its attacks it leaves cirurgic marks of small isosceles triangles caused by his teeth.

First, Gigantic sneaks around deceiving his victim, in this case, Thor.

Secondly, Gigantic jumps on the victim's neck sucking the superhero's blood.

Sunday, March 01, 2009

To kill a mokingbird(1962)

Definitely one of my favorite films from all times. Based on Harper Lee's novel this film honors this great novel with an amazing adaptation. The theme of the film which evolves around the title "To kill a mockingbird" meaning justice is very touching. The photography conveys so much mood you feel like being part of that hot town of Maycomb in the deep depression era. Interesting to know too that the only reason this film didn't win the OSCAR was because it was competing against Lawrence of Arabia.

Jem's Amazing and imaginative description of how Boo would look like. I wish I were a kid again.
" Six and a half feet tall. He eats raw squirrels and all the cats he can catch. There's a long jagged scar that runs all the way across his face. His teeth are yellow and rotten. His eyes are popped and he drools most of the time."

Real Boo( Robert Duvall in his first role) and the adorable Scout.

Bob Ewell attack.


Directed by Franklin J. Schaffner/Screenplay by Francis Ford Coppola and Edmund H. North. I finally had the chance to watch this biographical war film. The acting of George C. Scott is superb and even though the character is stubborn, greedy and mercyless you can't help but admire him. Patton seems to be a soldier who was born in a era that didn't fit to him. He had an unique passion for war in a way that just great Warriors and Conquerors from the past use to have. The opening sequence is one of the most powerful ones that I ever seen.

Those are some studies i did from one of the last sequences of the film.