Breaking Bad Minimalist
On Society6 I have made a Minimalist image based on the Pilot episode of Breaking Bad. You can find it here;
I made a 1.44mb diskette into a simple shirt design because I felt like it would be something I’d wear. Also for nostalgia’s sake as well.
I had a dream where I couldn’t breath due to the post-apocalyptic setting I was in, and I was drinking water from a ruined well in a derelict landscape…
…turns out I was tasting my own blood from a nosebleed that was occurring. The inner artist in me for some reason decided I should make it into a really weird self portrait.
Seemed like an interesting idea at the time.
I like the Youtuber Pushing Up Roses and her videogame commentaries and reviews and such.
Here is a mock up/concept screen shot of her if she was in a videogame that I made for funsies, tossing in an LGR cameo and Cedric from KQ5 with a Pulley (nodding towards the Rubber-Chicken-With-A-Pulley from Monkey Island).
The background is some random Photos of the fable land of Canadia that I took. One day, I might actually try my hand at making more pixel artwork because it is fun and I lack practice. Maybe make more “PushingUpRosesTheGame” screenshots or something.
Regretchu urinates electricity, and smokes!
He/She also makes your T-Shirt or Print look crinkled, even when it is not!
I made a Jack Skellington T-Shirt design because I felt like making something minimalist-ish.
Doesn’t need to be a black T-Shirt, which is also kind of interesting to look at.
Deaner’s Demon by Anagram-Daine
The creator of the webcomic Ava’s Demon, Michelle Czajkowski, is holding a contest where entrants must “Design your Demon”, due August 30th, 2014.
Here is my attempt using the art style seen in her examples and the webcomic.
This is a self portrait of sorts, with my demon being, well, my girlfriend, who is bright and likes books. No I don’t think she is demonic, but she bestows me magic powers. Seeing as all the demons have horns of sort, but not wanting to directly give her horns, I converted her glasses into short block shaped ones. I gave myself glowing eyes, much like the protagonists of the comic.
I recommend you read the comic. Seriously, it is probably the best webcomic I ever came across on the internet. It always inspires me when I read it.
You can read the blog here as well and find other good stuff from the author and artist of Ava’s Demon;
Mario Question Mark Block!
Based on an old painting I made, now on Society6, because I felt like it.