"Drive far enough on the picturesque Highway 2 in Southern California and you'll eventually come across Madam Bunion and her eccentric (if not ghastly) fare. Only the bravest traveler's have attempted her dragon wing challenge. For the uninitiated, that's downing fifty of the spiciest hellfire dragon wings in existence in under 10 minutes. There is one small caveat however. Some locals have overhead that those who visit Madam Bunion are skating on the edge of oblivion and never return. Rumors. I never believe 'em. Also: Kid friendly!
P.S. The fries are fantastic."
This 8x10" print series is titled "Portraits of America's Food Stands" and will feature the best food at the greatest restaurants you've never heard about.
*Full image and process grabs are in the attachments*
Print available in my shop:
10 months ago
This needs to be animated. Bravo, good work!
Gorgeous!!! Love the kids in the skull and the dragon. SO many little extras!
I love these! Have been following your work for years now and you keep evolving, rock on!
All these shots you're uploading are ridiculously good! Absolutely love you're style, it's full of humor. The process is really cool to see too.
i love these so much.
Can't get enough of this series! Really love the "making of" process shots too!
so so great. awesome work.
Awesome! Thanks for sharing the process too.
@Marc Aspinall I will dream of such a project, but I don't know if I'd actually want to do it haha.
@Csaba Gyulai @Tomek Soluch @Shed Labs @Rob Zangrillo Thanks guys!!
@Dylan Cook This series is all about the extras! :)
@Momo & Sprits I'm flattered! It's a never ending experimentation quest. P.S. I love all the shots on your first page!
@Laura Bohill Thanks Laura! I'm glad to hear the humor resonates.
@Jason Krieger Thanks man! 7 more to go.
@Josh Lewis You're welcome! The sketches help put the final shots in context.
Love the textures.
amazing. best one in the series so far. i think. they're all awesome
haha man, these are so much fun.
I love the way how you "leave" main characters without texture and give our eyes on what to focus. Very clever!
These could be the best cartoon pitch material ever.
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