It was great to meet so many of you and to hear so much positive feedback. It’s you fans that make the whole convention scene so enjoyable.
Here’s a few pics as well as some really great stuff you should really check out if you have the time.
Here’s the ScOttRa Monster Art Booth.
Here I am with The Creepy Kentuckian and Uncle Bill from DeadPit.com
They were definitely one of the major highlights of the show for me, awesome guys. And supporters of ScOttRa Monster Art! I was lucky enough to catch the premiere of the work print version of “Into The Pit: The Shocking Story of Deadpit.com” If you get a chance to see it make sure you do, its a top notch documentary I think it’s something even non D.P. fans are going to enjoy.
Here’s Amy Steele and Steve Dash from Friday The 13th Part II
Here I am with Cap from Twisted Visions.
This guys work is truly freaking amazing. If you are looking to buy a film/museum quality Hockey Mask then you should head on over to his site: Twisted Visions He does TOP Quality work and his prices are amazingly low!
Here’s George Wilbur with my portrait of him inside the Michael Myers mask from Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers!
Ted White signs my print of him behind the Jason mask from Friday the 13th Part 4 The Final Chapter.
Here’s my sketch.
After the DeadPit movie I couldn’t sleep so I drew up a sketch of a tattoo I’ve been itching to get. This is a character I made a while back that has sort of become a mascot of sorts. I usually draw him inside of books when people buy them. I ended up biting the bullet and having Chris McMillen from Ink Well Tattoo do it.
Chris is an AMAZING artist, his stuff is freaking mind blowing. I am extremley flattered that he took what I did and did it exactly like I had drawn it, he could have reinturpreted it and made it into something a 100 times better, but instead it looks exactly like my handwriting, as if I did the ink myself. Amazing. Chris and I ended up trading prints with each other. Great guy…
And here’s the final piece.
Here’s Linda Blair with my portrait of Regan
I left a print of my Regan portrait with Linda’s assistant for her to sign for the silent auction, a little while later a couple of people from the con came to by table abd asked if i was the one who drew the pic of her, I thought I was getting in trouble. But it ended up she really liked it and wanted to meet me. She said she liked it a lot and wanted to know if I’d give her one, which I did, but not I’m wishing I would have made her BUY one instead! She was raking money in hand over fist! Why is it always the big time celebs who get all kinds of free shit?
Anyway, a few others I want to mention.
Joe from Fast Custom Shirts, what a cool guy, be sure to check out his HUGE selection of shirts, HIGH QUALITY shirts for CHEAP!!!! $10.00 You can’t beat that with a blood caked bat!
Patrick Rea was kind enough to give me a DVD of his amazing short films… Check him out at SenoReality.com
Billy Noel from Ink & Dagger Tattoo, really cool guy and a hell of an artist! Check him out!
Tim Gross, from Gross Movie Reviews, really funny guy, and pretty likeable for a Penguins fan. Take a look at his site.
Scott Blair was kind enough to trade a couple of his kick ass pinup girl prints with me. Check his stuff out here!
I’d also like to thank everyone who bid on the prints I donated to the Make A Wish Foundation silent auction, it’s an honor to help such a great cause!
Mostly I’d like to thanks the fans and people who came and commented (and bought!) my stuff. It was great to meet so many of you and to see you enjoy what I do. Thanks for making Fright Night such an unforgettable con.