Revisiting some of my older drawings and updating them a little bit, here are some 8-bit Spartan hoplites!
SNOOGANS. 8-Bit Jay and Slient Bob
I liked my 8-Bit TV so much, I decided to put it on a T-Shirt! CLICK HERE TO BUY ONE!
Lately, I’ve been seeing a lot of video game consoles from the 8-Bit artists I follow, so I decided to try my hand with this 8-Bit NES. However, I decided to have mine actually be connected to an old, 80s television set and play a game, which is the whole purpose of the machine to begin with.
FUN FACT: I have never owned an NES, actually. Although I was of that generation, my first console was the SNES. VIDYA GAMES!
A highly requested piece, here is 8-Bit Fraggle Rock! Despite the absolute saturation of The Muppets and Sesame Street during the 80s, somehow the Fraggles are more sentimental. I don’t know why.
ALSO, these Fraggles are proportionately correct, based on this original concept sketch I had access to, and took a photo of a couple of years ago!
One of the few constants I have had in my life is professional wrestling. Ever since I was four years old, I have been a pro wrestling fan. One of the hardest parts of being a lifelong wrestling fan is being emotionally engaged with a form of entertainment that has a shockingly high mortality rate. For those of you who do not, have never, and will never watch, having your childhood heroes die young (most of them as a direct result of ‘The Business’) is not fun.
If you have not heard yet, the Ultimate Warrior is no longer among the living. While I will not claim to be his biggest fan, he was still a fundamental part of my childhood. It is a loss made all the more upsetting, as he had just returned “home,” once again aligning himself with WWE. And yet, I am somewhat happy. I am happy that his last public moments were standing in the middle of the ring, amidst the fabled ‘Post-Mania RAW’ crowd. I am happy that his story had a proper ending.
And now, he is truly immortal.
8-Bit ANIMATED Daniel Bryan!