Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Bunny Time

 Mmmmm, bunnies....and it's way past Easter.

Another awesome work file (feat. Crystal) from the G-Man's "The Tale of Kiki Possible".

Original Art by Gagala

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Oil'er Up

Fill'er up, check her undercarriage, and pull my dip stick....she's about a quart low.

Original Sketch by Linno
Commissioned by DarkVigilante
Colors by Phillipthe2

Saturday, July 27, 2013


To quote the original artist: "Undeniably headstrong, and equipped with a can that would make even J-Lo blush....a classic, curvaceous member of the Goof Troop roster, who truly puts the "Spoon" in Spoonerville."

Yeah, I'd say that sums her up quite nicely.

Original Sketch by Muffin Tin
Requested Colors by DarkVigilante
Colors by Phillipthe2

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Random Acts of Photography

 A little site-seeing on the way to a funeral last week.

The USS Alabama (BB-60) saw service in the Pacific theater during WWII, decommissioned in1947, is on display at Battleship Memorial Park in Mobile, Alabama since 1964.  She did not lose a single man and never incurred any damage due to enemy action, thus earning it the nickname the "Lucky A".

Back on the '70s my Grandfather was one of the chief designers in a major civil engineering company based in Mobile.  If you've ever driven down I-10 in Mobile and gone through the George Wallace Tunnel...yeah, he designed that.  After the tunnels construction one of his jobs was to do routine inspections of it's inner workings.  Unheard of in this ("safety Nazi") day and age, he'd often take me along with him.  Believe you me, there's a lot more to it than just a what you see...while whizzing through it at 60mph.

At any rate, Grandad was also friends with one of the USS Alabama's historian / curators...they worked for the same engineering company.  The typical tourist can only see so much of the old battle wagon and most of it's engineering spaces are off limits...unless you know the right people.  Grandad and I got several unrestricted / off-hour / guided tours back in the late '70s and early '80s.  Ever sat on the propeller shaft of a 680 foot long, 39,000 ton WWII era battleship?  I have.

Monday, July 15, 2013

Buggin' Me Out

No rhyme nor reason to it...just a little follow-up (of sorts) to the 1.2 million one...


Original Art by Tapdon
Edits by Phillipthe2

Sunday, July 14, 2013

MILFology 101 - Dexter's Mom

"Oh My God....my old school uniform still fits!"


Original Sketch by Roger Bacon
Colors by Phillipthe2

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Summertime - Work File

Work file from the G-Man's latest Summertime piece.

Original Art by Gagala

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Your Weekly Moment of Zen

I'm no gamer by any stretch of the imagination, but I know what I like...

Sunday, July 7, 2013

Random Acts of Photography

Just a couple of shots I took while on vacation last week.  It rained pretty much constantly the first two days until the typical summertime afternoon showers kicked in.  It infuriates the tourist at the theme parks to no end that it actually rains in "Sunny Florida", but...wait five or ten minutes.  Sure, it'll probably be hot and muggy for the remainder of the day, but that's what air conditioning is for.

A little stormy weather at the beach, especially on the West coast (the "left coast" as we refer to it), isn't necessarily a bad thing.  You get some relief from 90+ degree days (which we get for five months out of the year), some spectacular sunsets, and...if you're in the right place at the right time...you get a couple of souvenirs to take home.

Most of the sharks teeth you'll find along the eastern portion of the Gulf of Mexico are fingernail-size or smaller from Lemon and Sand sharks.  Larger one's like this, more than likely an extinct species of Mako, are fairly rare to find on shore.  Generally speaking, the larger the tooth, the harder it is for the currents and wave-action to push it ashore.  Diving or snorkeling just off shore can yield some real monsters (literally)...palm-sized and larger teeth from long-extinct species such as the Megalodon.

Summertime Photo

Lilo, ever the shutterbug, has a thing for taping random photos she's taken to the walls of her bedroom.

Nani's gonna burn it if she ever finds it....and tear the house apart looking for the negatives.

Original Art by Gagala
Edits by Phillipthe2

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Maddie Fenton

Ah, so that's what happened to my see-through shower curtain...

Original Sketch by Garabatoz
Colors by Phillipthe2

Monday, July 1, 2013


I'm back from vacation....image size, links, and atrocious spelling fixed.


I'm on vacation and the cell / WiFi service is sketchy at best, but...as promised...the G-Man's latest summertime piece.  I apologize for the sub-par picture size...I'll fix it when I get back from vay-cay at the end of the week.

Original Art by Gagala