Monday, November 8, 2010

Blog Is Moving To Tumblr

Well, I woudn't say "moving", I've had my Tumblr account for a year or so. But I'll be posting on there instead of Blogger for the foreseeable future. It seems that Tumblr has much more to offer in terms of searchability, sharing of posts, and general exposure to a wider audience.

Here's the link:

I hope you'll update your RSS reader or "follow" me if you have a Tumblr account.

Mike Powell

Saturday, November 6, 2010

30 Characters Challenge #4. Trogg!

Genetically engineered by the diabolital Dr. Genome, Trogg is an enhanced clone of a neanderthal. His strength is more than twenty times (perhaps greater) that of his genetic progentior. His intelligence, however, is somewhat limited.

Dr. Genome controls Trogg through implants he has placed in the creature’s brain.

Trogg (c) 2010 Michael Powell, Jr.

Commission: Bee Girl Gladiatrix

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Day 03 of the 30 Characters Challenge: Hercules!

For tonight’s posting I decided to create my own version of the Greek demigod, Hercules (seen here wearing the Nemian lion skin). Time was limited, so I went with a simple headshot with some quick digital airbrushing added over the pencils. Enjoy!

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Another Sexy Centauress

Sold this one on Ebay over the weekend.

30 Character Challenge, Day 001: Xaphan

Robert Xaphan was once human. One night he brought home what he thought was a beautiful woman, but what was in actuality a shape-shifting succubus. This particular species of succubus transfered its demonic curse via sexual intercourse, and the following night Robert regained consciosness to find himself transformed into a demon.

Because of his metamorphosis Xaphan has left his former life, and he now prowls the night, feeding on the life-force of those unfortunate enough to cross his path, all the while hoping that there exists some mystical means by which he might be cured.

Powers: Flight, regeneration, strength, speed, agility, fiery breath

Limitations: If Xaphan does not absorb the life force of a human at least every three days, he will become significantly weak and die.

Xaphan (c) 2010 Michael Powell