the road aardvark by Richard Morden

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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’.

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brush and ink, road, aardvark, blue heeler, dog, car, xb falcon, ford, mad max, road warrior, post apocalyptic, science fiction, morden

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  • Cindy Schnackel
    Cindy Schnackelabout 3 years ago

    Nice drawing style!

  • Thanks Cindy. It was fun splatting the ink about. R :)

    – Richard Morden

  • Bart Castle
    Bart Castleabout 3 years ago

    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 :)

    – Richard Morden

  • DravenStudios
    DravenStudiosabout 3 years ago

    Very, nice style!

  • thank you Draven – kind of you to drop by and say so. R :)

    – Richard Morden

  • Bart Castle
    Bart Castleabout 3 years ago

    I also like the implication that Mel Gibson is a bit of an aardvark!

  • Ha!

    – Richard Morden

  • artwhiz47
    artwhiz47almost 3 years ago

    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!

    – Richard Morden

  • Natasha  Perova
    Natasha Perovaalmost 3 years ago

    super

  • Spasiba

    – Richard Morden

  • Nadya Johnson
    Nadya Johnsonabout 2 years ago

    Bulletin from Starfleet: last 2 days to enter the Funnest of Sci Fi Challenge! Check it out!

  • Hmmm. Piece is more absurd than funny. All the same I shall enter. Thanks!

    – Richard Morden

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