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A homage to my favourite post apocalyptic movie, illustrated as cover art for the Melbourne Science Fiction Club’s fanzine ‘Ethel the Aardvark’.
brush and ink, road, aardvark, blue heeler, dog, car, xb falcon, ford, mad max, road warrior, post apocalyptic, science fiction
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Nice drawing style!
Thanks Cindy. It was fun splatting the ink about. R :)
– Richard Morden
I dig, it’s got a bit of Steadman feel to it, great job
that’s high praise – thanks Bart. It was inked in very late after a big night out, which probably contributed to the slightly mad technique. Perhaps I should do this more often. R :)
Very, nice style!
thank you Draven – kind of you to drop by and say so. R :)
I also like the implication that Mel Gibson is a bit of an aardvark!
You’ve gotten some good comments here, Richard. Yes, the Steadman comparison is apt (though your style is all your own, I’d say), & I do like the notion of Mel Gibson eating termites & ants.
’tis an amusing notion!
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Hmmm. Piece is more absurd than funny. All the same I shall enter. Thanks!