Thursday, August 03, 2006


Around the theme of "Pirates shouldn't play with dead things" this sketch depicts several pirates interrupted in burying their treasure by the undead.

Dan

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Blogger Michael Stadler said...

I can hear the SMACK! of the shovel on the skull. great work

8:31 PM  
Blogger Kurt Kanellos said...

Strong composition and staging - the scenario is very clear, and very creepy! Nice linework, too.

11:38 PM  
Blogger Kevin Barber said...

This is gonna sound rather,..well ,..gay.But,... nice torso on the pirate with the shovel.
( Seriously,...guys,...it's rendered well. What,..i'm not gay. Not that there is anything wrong with that,...but i'm not.)

12:26 AM  
Blogger Dave Pryor said...

It looks like these zombies are really having a good time - and isn't that really what it's all about?

Why do those pirates have to come in and spoil the party? The zombies just want to pull them underground into their death hole!

Nice work!

1:01 AM  
Blogger WillRyan said...

I love the pose on the shovel-guy; the staging makes me wanna see how this scene would play itself out.

Thanks for being the first PXC member to join up! Here's to hoping we can grab some more.

1:31 AM  
Blogger Jeff Williams said...

This feels so much like an album cover, it's awesome. Super cool.

8:08 AM  
Blogger Shanzilla said...

I like how squicshy the ground looks....thats right i said squishy. It really looks like its just absorbing everthing. I too give ou props on the line work.

11:17 AM  
Blogger drutter said...

It's funny because I kept thinking this illustration seemed really gay when I was doing it. I don't know why but it's interesting that someone else might have picked up on it.

12:58 PM  
Blogger boob said...

Aside from all the gayness, I like the sktretching flesh on the far right character crawling out. Those boney fingers are sunk in deep - instant love handles.

2:21 PM  
Blogger ladymandelyn said...

ooooh, I love skeleton zombies! Those are my favorite! Nice work.

10:18 PM  

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