A mix up of unlikely fan stuffs. The shield’s Shane Vendrell and ‘Dutch’ Wagenbach and some Rocket Racoon, just cause.

No complaining, just take these gifts I offer! A mix up of unlikely fan stuffs. The shield’s Shane Vendrell and ‘Dutch’ Wagenbach and some Rocket Racoon, just cause.

No complaining, just take these gifts I offer!

A mix up of unlikely fan stuffs. The shield’s Shane Vendrell and ‘Dutch’ Wagenbach and some Rocket Racoon, just cause.

No complaining, just take these gifts I offer!

surely the greatest sportsman of all time? Muhammad Ali.

Moto Xiao, Unicorn cavalry commander.  This is in honour of the L5R championships, being held in Sheffield this year in October.  © Alderac Entertainment Ltd

The Hermitage was created in the late 18th century by the Duke of Atholl as a ‘pleasure ground’, an attractive woodland to accompany his home, Dunkeld House.The grounds, maintained by the National Trust for Scotland, feature many highlights including Ossian’s Hall of Mirrors and Ossian’s Cave. The bridge stradles the River Braan and looks onto the Black Linn Falls, a spectacular site for spotting leaping Salmon in summer and freezing spray mists during winter.
www.coloursofscotland.com ©2014 Graeme Neil Reid The Hermitage was created in the late 18th century by the Duke of Atholl as a ‘pleasure ground’, an attractive woodland to accompany his home, Dunkeld House.The grounds, maintained by the National Trust for Scotland, feature many highlights including Ossian’s Hall of Mirrors and Ossian’s Cave. The bridge stradles the River Braan and looks onto the Black Linn Falls, a spectacular site for spotting leaping Salmon in summer and freezing spray mists during winter.
www.coloursofscotland.com ©2014 Graeme Neil Reid The Hermitage was created in the late 18th century by the Duke of Atholl as a ‘pleasure ground’, an attractive woodland to accompany his home, Dunkeld House.The grounds, maintained by the National Trust for Scotland, feature many highlights including Ossian’s Hall of Mirrors and Ossian’s Cave. The bridge stradles the River Braan and looks onto the Black Linn Falls, a spectacular site for spotting leaping Salmon in summer and freezing spray mists during winter.
www.coloursofscotland.com ©2014 Graeme Neil Reid

The Hermitage was created in the late 18th century by the Duke of Atholl as a ‘pleasure ground’, an attractive woodland to accompany his home, Dunkeld House.

The grounds, maintained by the National Trust for Scotland, feature many highlights including Ossian’s Hall of Mirrors and Ossian’s Cave. The bridge stradles the River Braan and looks onto the Black Linn Falls, a spectacular site for spotting leaping Salmon in summer and freezing spray mists during winter.

www.coloursofscotland.com ©2014 Graeme Neil Reid

Angry chunky Batman.
BTW just a random piece of advice that has nothing to do with this drawing….stippling….just don’t!

Very busy inking and colouring a comic. So really won’t have anything to show BUT that for the next few weeks.

Hope you like this page though. it’s one of my faves.

This week, the 70’s. and surely none better than Bowie and Bolan.

tomcrielly:

Stayed up late watching the referendum and appropriately ended up doodling Calhab Justice from the Judge Dredd universe.

of course forgot to scan it and upload it in time for my Scotch Corner slot yesterday - oops

Alien commission: Ripley