Hi there - My name's Max, and I make stuff to watch / stare at :)
The almost true stories of my occasional adventures outside my house.
Rock and roll and Satan and giant robots and fighting and bickering and hangin' out doin' nuthin'.
Filth, heartbreak, and rocketships - based on the song 'I Can Tell' by Andre Williams and The Sadies.
The trials of a hapless but dedicated family man in the '50s.
I procrastinate. A lot. But it's usually with little projects like these stuffs.
A little while ago I challenged myself to draw the most girly thing I could – like, something I imagined a young lady might want hanging on their wall.
I was also thinking it needed to be suuuuuper 80s-feeling.
These look infinitely better blown up big, so make sure you click on ‘em to make ‘em full screen.
… Kinda wish I could have these printed in black-light ink.
Satan: The root of all evil.
This guy loves his job as ruler of the underworld.
The next time you lose your keys right before a big job interview, or get suddenly insanely hungry ten minutes after all the restaurants in your neighbourhood close for the night, you can bet he’s behind the scenes making your life suck poops.
More stuff from the commercial I’m reworking.
Here we have the parents, all decked out for a little family hike.
Dad looks like he’s got an entire collection of camping gear in those cargo pockets, and mom’s sporting a nice pair of sturdy hiking legs.
All set for a day of mosquito bites and getting lost in the woods!
Kid designs for a commercial I’m revamping.
They’re on a little hike in the jungle, hence her practical-but-pretty little pink mountain climbing boots.
The little dude’ll probably step on something sharp in his inappropriate-for-hiking sneakers and have to be left behind for the jungle creatures to devour / raise as their own.