Friday, 23 December 2011

Zombie Christmas Photo Sculpture

With Zazzle allows artist to create any product with our design on it. Personally I think you should tailor your image to the product you have in mind. Yes, it may take longer that way but I feel it is in the designer's interest to keep the quality high. For example
I thought of all my Zombie Christmas card images the perfect one for a photosculpture was the most recent due to its composition. I altered the image slightly and added a black line to clearly demarcate between the body of the sculpture and the area I want to have removed.

Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Fashion Victim TShirt

I never properly considered this but Christmas is a good time for zazzlers - mainly because people are looking for that unique gift. I have recently sold this Fashion Victim tshirt

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

That's How I Roll Tshirt

Sold recently! Very happy to see this one get a sale.

Saturday, 3 December 2011

Another Zombie Christmas Card

This time I have got my arse in gear and actually designed, completed and posted my new zombie christmas card product online over a month before Christmas! I am starting to understand this selling lark - you've got to be early. However I find it quite difficult to be indoors drawing on the PC during the summer months. In this regard I actually look forward to the long dark winter months.

Anyway - here is the actual zombie Christmas card in all it's glory on Zazzle.

Saturday, 8 October 2011

Good Times at Halloween

Shockingly I have managed to shift one hundred (yes, that's actually one hundred!) of my three lady vampires comic style Halloween invites. When I got the email it was an awesome start to the day. I know in the great scheme of things it's really just a bit of extra change in my pocket but the idea that someone has actually paid good money for my designs is very, very gratifying.

Wednesday, 21 September 2011

More horror for Christmas

A recent addition to my sick and twisted Christmas horror cards now available on Zazzle. Now the sick puppies amongst us can send something a little different to someone special at Christmas ...

Sunday, 12 June 2011

Recycling ... I'm so green

The great thing about photoshop and zazzle combined is that you can effectively "recycle" designs and hopefully maximise earnings on the amount of time you spend creating products.
In this case I have taken a portion of the Halloween invitation that I liked and used it on a t-shirt

Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Hurrah! Zazzle awards me Best of the Day on 6th June

Ironically I hadn't logged in to see either the email or the item displayed in all it's glory on the zazzle main pages. Anyway here it is

Monday, 6 June 2011

Chill pill variations

This is a popular variation (ie I have actually sold one!)
Dude, take a chill pill shirt

On a light coloured tshirt - difficult with zazzle you have to use grey instead of white
Take a Chill Pill Dude Vintage shirt

Sunday, 5 June 2011

Dude, take a Chill Pill

Yes, it's time to stop my zombie and horror obsession and go for a little humour - eighties based humour. I broke out the pencils and the old faithful dip pen and knocked out a drawing of one of those blister packets peeking out of a box. The chill pill as designed by pharmaceutical companies.
This time instead of tracing the scan using the pen tool in PS I kept it as a pure scan to keep it's organic feel. I did a little bit of altering to give it some more overall symmetry.

Here's how it looks on a zazzle product

Wednesday, 25 May 2011

Zombie Santa ... That's some Bad Christmas Presence ...

Geddit? It's a play on bad Christmas presents ... yes? Getddit? Oh well, never mind. Anyway the whole thing was done in photoshop 7 using my trust Wacom Bamboo. Not many custom brushes used, mainly around the woman's skin and hair. I normally find the standard brushes enough to be going on with. Zombie Santa in da hizzouse ...

Zombie Santa

It's not that I don't like Christmas, I just get a bit tired of all the relentless commercialisation, jolly Santa Claus and Christmas cards sent by rote without even the slightest amount of thought as to whom they are sending it too.
So here we have an undead Santa with some a bad play on words

Here's the link to the finished product Zombie Santa Christmas Card