Some new sketch covers I drew on. I prefer to never color. Seeing my work in digital makes me realize I am not very good at traditional coloring. I’m not too good at digital, but, that’s why I pay friends!
Here are some new additions to the DCastr’s Bar card series! Some are art trades I was lucky enough to get at the Wilmington Artwalk I participated in. All of my cards are for sale. Unfortunately, the art trades go into my personal collection and are not for sale.
Progress is constant. I hope to find more time to post it!
Thank you for veiwing.
Happy Thanksgiving! Here is the short 10 page comic I created 2 years ago featuring Squanto and his descent into the spirit of vengeance known as the Fowl!
Also threw in a few pin ups I made from time to time.
Thank you for looking!
I’ve always been a fan of Splatterhouse and storyline. I have also been a fan of the one page comic centerfold featured in many of DC comics printed in the early 1990’s.
So, I decided to re-create the comic! With the help for my colorist bud Allen Passalaqua I did! I’d really like to be in consideration as artist (maybe writer) for a Namco Licensed comic. It’s a long shot, but hey, you know, why not try. I plan on printing a large size poster for this illustration. Obviously I cannot sell this poster with Splatterhouse logo and prepublished writing. By the assistance of modern technology I’m going to create a faux european version called ‘BLOOD CABIN”
It will be rewritten as well to fit the Blood Cabin theme.
Hope you enjoy the obscure video game throw back and maybe show a little poster love.
Thanks as always for reading this far.
A new episode of Slurville Presents: “A Short Walk On A Long Street” an instalment set in the Arch Agency Series world. Produced by Rowdy Scallywags. Written and Directed by Dave Castr.
In this episode John (played by Robert Earl Ray) two weeks out the joint, walks down a street of visit his mother for dinner. He notices a scuffle in her back alley. It trouble. He knows, but can’t resist the urge to intervene.
He finds a crazed man named Oscar (played by Dallas Hoisington).
Here are some behind the scenes photos taken by Dave. The video will be released October 9th.
BAR CARDS! This is my personal Sketch card series. This series was created for the simple fact, that I go to bars to draw. I find it relaxing to step out of the drawing room away from continuity projects and draw whatever comes to mind. I often give the sketch cards away to people who show interest and as unwanted tips for servers.
These cards are professionally printed on with uncoated (raw) textured surface on front and UV coating on back. The sketches I take home I later ink and color. Here are the variations and process.
The print run was 500 making them recordable and limited.
I plan to post some on eBay soon. I’ll keep things posted as I go.
Thank you for reading.
I went to Cinefamily in Los Angeles California this past Friday with a friend to watch Texas Chainsaw Massacre III: The Saw Is Family. Great show! I wanted to do something fun and promote a little of what I do, so I drew this and made a few homemade trading cards.
Turns out I got a little too hasty and left the “D’ out my website.
hehe well….at least I made them and a few people took’em. The lesson? Proof read your shit and don’t rush.
Completely unrelated (as per my rambles) but here is a Curious Spaceman. I drew a prelim a few years ago. The idea stuck with me, so I decided to finish it on my Jumbo woven sheet collection. Drawn on a Circa Linen company sheet (1985) color: Lamplighter Ivory.
If you don’t get it, You are most likely a curious space person.