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Sherlock Holmes

Just wrapped up a book cover for Sherlock Holmes being printed by Atomic Overmind Press. I am very excited about this illustration as it is with a new style of inking. The old blotted brush style Andy Warhol used to use for drawing shoes. But I think it really worked well with the content.

Copyright 2009 Drew Pocza

Job: Vol 2

Back cover of same book project.
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Poor old Job and those boils! Book cover illustration.
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Sleeping final

I posted what I thought was the “final” image a few days ago. However, after talking with the AD about it, we decided it needed “more”. The original met the needs of the art order, but it just did not work as well once completed. So I added more luggage and a top to the machine and bam, it worked.

Concept was about people having to sleep at airports, done for a Executive Travel magazine.
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Mimic door!

Aaannnd another Mimic. Mimics are really funny monsters from D&D. Not as funny as a Gelatinous Cube, but funny. This time, the Mimic takes on the shape of a door. Sure would be handy with solicitors!

Copyright 2009 Drew Pocza/ Sean k. Reynolds.


HA! Finally got to draw one of the goofiest monsters, the mimic. This monster takes the form of something like a chest, or a door, and when the unsuspecting victim gets close…nom, nom, nom. Oh the fun of D&D. Thanks to Sean K. Reynolds for having me work on this one.

Copyright 2009. Drew Pocza/Sean K. Reynolds