Friday, October 29, 2010

Monster girls

I was wanting to stay limber drawing since my muse was dying for the last few weeks. It's monster time so here's a trio. A wolf girl, banshee and a Frankenstein girl. Then it occurred to me that I've never drawn a mummy before so I drew one. And finally a vampire girl with a pumpkin. =)

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

SDCC 2010 Internet Interviews!

So this year would have to be the very first time that I've ever been on interviews! I was lucky to meet a lot of press people this year so here are a few clips that I have found so far online. interview. I'm there at the 4:13 mark talking about my books!

And has a little blurb from me. It's all silly of course but I'm there around the 1:13 mark with the "killer starfish at a slumber party" line.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Artist Trading Cards

For sale and commissions available for only $15 a card $1 shipping cost in the USA.

Tons of Robots Done for Ted Seko of the Idiot Engine!
Pembroke and Jazzy for Pembroke of Femme Gasm.

Ninja Turtles Card including Venus De Milo

Friday, March 12, 2010

Life Meter 3

I had the pleasure and privilege of being published in the third Life Meter Comics Anthology. I did a short story about the girls of Mario Bros. There were several other great stories in the book with a wide variety of solid colorful artwork and some fun stories about our favorite video game heroes and foes. The proceeds of this book go to helping get video games for children in hospitals and the like. Check it out!

Life Meter Website

GDG Artist Spotlight - Mary Bellamy

Originally posted here:

My Artist Spotlight feature for the GDG blog:

This week, we talk to GDG's Mary Bellamy (aka "Zorilita"), who will be featured in our upcoming Girls Drawin Girls Volume III: Sugar and Spice, for her interpretation of Cheesecake, in addition to already having a collection of her artwork in GDG's Playing Cards!

Welcome to the Girls Drawin Girls Spotlight, Mary!

1. What's your name?
Mary Bellamy

2. Where are you originally from, and where do you live now?
I've lived in the Los Angeles area my whole life.
3. What do you do for a living when you're not drawing sexy pinups?
I'm illustrating my own children's graphic novels, doing character design and illustrations for clients and
doing comic strips for various anthology books.

4. What's your favorite medium to work in?
My favorite medium would have to be digital work in Photoshop and Flash. Though in traditional media, I love markers and colored pencils.

5. Why do you think the pinup girl has such a timeless, wide appeal?
I think pin up girls are popular since they can show a sensual side of femininity without going past certain limits and so many people do them as a sample of their style that it's become iconic to commercial art.

6. Define what "sexy" means to you.
Sexy to me is less about the graphic images we're fed in magazines and more about a softer gentler side of womanhood. I think that implied things are more attractive and in some cases more innocent than many things that appear in comics or television so I usually obscure certain things in my work.

7. What's your biggest goal/ambition as an artist?
My biggest goal is to have my work appear on television or in mass merchandised form. I'd love to see my girls on tv since my work is less about princesses and more about girls that don't really fall into particular stereotypes. Toys are my other love, so I'd love to have my designs appear in stores. Right now I'm selling directly to conventions and customers.

8. Why do you like drawing ladies?
I like drawing ladies because they're more fun. You can't really do as much with fashion or hair with male characters and curvy lines make for more interesting designs in my opinion.

9. If you could travel anywhere, where would you go?
If I could travel anywhere, I'd love to see Japan and Europe, maybe Ireland or Paris.

10. Name three artists who have influenced you and/or you admire.
I'm not really sure I can name three artists because I’m really influenced by so many things. I love Fauvism, Impressionism, Cubism and Mannerism. As for modern work, I love all sorts of graphical styles and the older Disney animations. I loved the 1980's girl's cartoons and later enjoyed some anime as well.


Thanks Mary!

And don't forget to check out her website at


Just some doodles of Fraggles...

More Fairy Girl Commissions

Sorry it's been so long since I've last posted here. I've been hard at work on various projects, art shows, book things and freelance gigs with clients. These are a few commissions I did for a repeat customer. The first is his fairy girl, Cascabel who was caught sampling some of Santa's complimentary candies. Looks like she's been caught though. The second is of his fairy cat girl who just loves a good ice cream cone. I make a mock ice cream label and used some grunge textures to make her more like a vintage label.