I fucking love Mega Man, best video game character ever hands down. Like I’ve said before I lost it when Capcom announced Mega Man 9 and knew I had to do a painting celebrating it. This piece means so much to me since it was my first big mural and helped define my technique.
And Mega Man fucking rules.
Oh internet, you’re such a silly place. Meme’s and pixels finally come together so enjoy my friends.
Just one of the many portraits I’ve painted from Punch Out. I consider this piece an honor to his legacy and that you don’t fuck with Turkish boxers.
Tearing down the United States one neighborhood at a time was never more fun, even if it seemed to go on forever. Chomping on helpless people or smashing helicopters are my personal favorites but the random toilet showing up always gave me a good laugh.
I’ll never forget watching the old Universal horror movies with my dad and Castlevania making me feel like I was right there going up against Bela Lugosi’s Dracula, after 25 years nothing has changed.
P.S. Macaulay Culkin bought this painting (SHAMELESS SELF PROMOTION)
OH HEY YOURE A SMALL GREEN CHILD THATS HYRULES ONLY HOPE SO TAKE THIS WOODEN SWORD BECAUSE ITS DANGEROUS OUT THERE AND SHIT
Dragon Warrior was my introduction to the RPG genre and its all thanks to the giveaway promotion Nintendo Power did back in 1990 (THANKS NINTENDO POWER!) My brother and I along with our friends battled countless enemies until we came face to face with the derpy looking Dragonlord and laughed until we saw his true form, regardless enjoy the painting.
Since the beginning I was getting a ton of requests to do a TMNT piece but wanted to make it something special. Lets all give a huge thanks to Leonardo for pointing out the obvious.
We can all agree Super Mario 3 is an undeniable classic and defines the 8bit era but seeing Mario redone in 16bit glory still makes me smile. I remember renting Super Mario All Stars and being blown away especially when that damn sun chases you in the infamous desert level, so yeah heres a painting of it.
HOLY SHIT MY BIGGEST PAINTING TO DATE! I started throwing around ideas in late ‘10 to do a seriously epic huge painting and kept coming back to Contra. I loved this boss fight as a kid and it also scared the crap out of me.
48”x36” (Yes this beast is 4 feet tall)