This is the cover for a personal Project I’ve spent the front end of the year getting started, “Beneath Kadath: A Phantasmic Venery of Familiar Reveries.” Despite some mild Lovecraftian homage and allusion, It is more of a sort of a gonzoid psychedelic autobiography, or what I call Phrenobiography. I will be posting chapter one over the next few months, which is essentially the prologue. A break might come between chapters, as I am still presently producing chapter two as we speak, so keep an eye on the new feed for updates. But I’m very excited about this project and hope to bring it to completion.
I did this promotional poster for Tim Batty, singer of Dandelion Pipebomb (also featuring Matt Brown & Jamie Roy Tavares), a few years ago. When I got the band’s permission to use their music in the movie I decided to use the image in the opening credits. I love their music, you should search them out on YouTube and the internet in general, its Madcap.
The Elemental Prince of Air, also known by the name HA, rules over the Air of Air Subangle and represents reason within reason.
After scheduling the first few months of content we had a modem outage that took Internet out of my house and studio for a little over a week. This delayed some updates regarding a reformatting of the site’s Gallery, which should be up within the next few days, and many of the images went up without tags or news posts associated with them. I’ve spent much of the day catching up on these and going back into the backlog and adding associated posts and tags, I’ll probably keep at it though the night and and tomorrow. Hopefully some new functionality will be brought to the site in the next few weeks ahead, keep a lookout.
The Fallen Nurse’s Lament. This was one of the pages added in the Zine Recut, and is one of my early favorites. It was originally meant to only be a piece of Katie Sue’s concept art for the character, but I loved the creepy facelessness and it ended up in the book.
From the distance, strangers appear in a cloud of dust coming over the horizon. The journey begins.
Another image from the title sequence of “Trail of Hephaestus” showing each of the characters. This is Venus-Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love and Victory, performed by Robin Armstrong. If you haven’t seen the movie, click on the Audio/Visual tab.
Another image from the title sequence of “Trail of Hephaestus” showing each of the characters. This is Vulcan-Hephaestus, the God of Craft and the titular character of the play, performed by T.J. St. John, aka Mr.Teej66. If you haven’t seen the movie, click on the Audio/Visual Tab.
Djinn, king of the Salamanders
I’m presently in the process of final review on the first of a smaller format A&ON archive. Although each will have fewer images per book than my larger hard cover collection of images, these books will be far more affordable and will be set up as art pin-up books for those who would like to use it as a collection of prints rather than a book. Keep an eye out in the news feed for details as they arise.