Archived Tee - 2012-07-03Art curated by
The Physician Unknown
About the artist
Tell us about this design.
Imagine, if you will, the good doctor having to go back to the Victorian era and having to disguise the Tardis to blend in, but he refuses to change out of his Converse. :)
Where are you from?
Born and raised in Oklahoma. Thunder up! (I had to do this, they are doing so good in the play-offs.)
Which art style would you most like to learn?
I want to master every style of digital art there is, and then translate lots of Renaissance styles digitally. :)
If you had a time machine, which era would you visit first?
The FUTURE! (Hello?! Pshaw!) I want to see flying cars!
What goal do you most aspire towards?
I want, more than anything else, is to be Marvel Comics artist and graphic novelist, writing my own graphic novels.
If you could stop any t-shirt trend in its tracks, which would you end? What trend would you like to see started?
I've come to discover there is an audience for every style and trend, but personally, I just have never latched onto the Peanuts-styled mashups. Just not my thing, but plenty of others love it and have proven with their purchasing.
As far as a trend I'd like to see start, I've love to see original made-up comic book cover tees! I have several in my head I need to get down on paper!
Would you rather have an awesome evil lair or a cool hero clubhouse?
Cool hero clubhouse! Must keep an eye on all the evil lairs out there!
The future vs. the past: which would win the battle?
It would depend if the future learned from the past's mistakes, but how could the future NOT win with all those cool gadgets?!
Describe the first shirt you ever designed.
Blergh. It was in high school, and I had drawn my mascot, an eagle, with muscled up arms/wings stomping our homecoming adversary, and the student council asked if they could take it to have made into a shirt. So I suppose that was my first shirt design. :)
What has been your most inspiring art experience?
I'm continually inspired by the comic-cons I go to and see all the amazing artists, small press and big press, taking time to watch them create sketches on the spot. I have always loved the process of doing those for fans and right in front of fans. It can be pressure at times, but they seem to do it so naturally.
Any shout outs?
As always, thanks to my awesome wife for the amazing support and encouragement. And thanks to the RBC, for their crazy whack awesome!