Thursday, February 17, 2011


Ladies and gentlemen I'm happy to present my first 3D artwork.
Last night I went to a channeling psychic medium session called "The Circle of Light" performed by my friend Riz Mirza The event was hosted at Leigh McCloskey's place an amazing artist and a modern Renaissance Man. You can appreciate his artwork in 3D, yes that's right in 3D. By wearing the paper 3D glasses his artwork turns 3D, it's mind boggling. You can get those glasses at
I was inspired by Leigh's amazing art last night and around midnight I played with my Ayahuasca Vision artwork and voilà I got instant 3D. I put on the 3D glasses and realized I achieved my first 3D art piece. I hope you enjoy it!
Thanks Leigh for the great source of inspiration.
Many Blessings!

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Cold Love

Happy Valentines...
And to continue with my "Versus" series, I thought what if we get the ice superpower people from Marvel and DC Comics together, would they battle? I don't really know any male superheroes equivalent to Marvel's Iceman, at least to my knowledge. They're all seems to be villains, Mr. Freeze, Captain Cold, etc...But what if there was a crossover where Iceman would face Killer Frost, would they really fight? If you were an ice made man and came across an ice made "hot" chick, I think the last thing you would do it's fight. Catch my drift? I know this goes against my tradition of making DC, Marvel, Dark Horse or Image characters fight against the equivalent of each other's universe, but it seemed appropriate under this occasion.
Oh, yeah...I almost forgot the comic book education for the comic book illiterate:

Iceman (Robert "Bobby" Louis Drake) is a Marvel Comics superhero, a member of the X-Men. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist/co-writer Jack Kirby, he first appeared in X-Men (vol. 1) #1, (September 1963).
A mutant, Iceman has the ability of cryokinesis where he can freeze anything around him and can also turn his body into ice. Although he is an Omega-level mutant, Drake has yet to tap his full mutant potential. He has, however, begun to take more interest over the years in developing his abilities. One of the original X-Men, Iceman has had a frequent presence in X-Men (and Spider-Man)-related comics, video games, animated series, and movies.

Killer Frost is the name of two characters in the DC Comics universe. They are both supervillains that appear mainly as foes of the superhero Firestorm.
Crystal Frost first appeared in Firestorm #3 (June 1978). While Crystal Frost was studying to be a scientist in Hudson University, she fell in love with her teacher, Martin Stein. While working on a project in the Arctic, Frost was upset to learn that Stein didn't reciprocate her feelings. Frost accidentally locked herself in a thermafrost chamber, but somehow survived. She was transformed in a way that she was able to absorb heat from a living being and project cold and ice. Calling herself Killer Frost, she began her murderous crusade against men and clashed with Firestorm on many occasions. Frost eventually died after she absorbed too much energy from Firestorm.
Dr. Louise Lincoln first appeared in Firestorm (vol. 2) # 21 (March 1984). She was a colleague and friend to Crystal Frost. After her friend died, she decided to repeat the experiment as a last respect to her former mentor, and became the new Killer Frost. She became just as ruthless as her predecessor and began her own personal vendetta against Firestorm, whom she blamed for Frost's death. She briefly served as a member of the Suicide Squad and sold her soul to Neron for more power.
Obviously I decided to draw the most recent one, the one alive in the DC Universe.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Ayahuasca Vision

Ayahuasca is used largely as a religious sacrament. Users of ayahuasca in non-traditional contexts often align themselves with the philosophies and cosmologies associated with ayahuasca shamanism, as practiced among indigenous peoples like the Urarina of Peruvian Amazonia. While non-native users know of the spiritual applications of ayahuasca, a less well-known traditional usage focuses on the medicinal properties of ayahuasca. Its purgative properties are important (known as la purga or "the purge"). The intense vomiting and occasional diarrhea it induces can clear the body of worms and other tropical parasites, and harmala alkaloids themselves have been shown to be anthelmintic. Thus, this action is twofold; a direct action on the parasites by these harmala alkaloids (particularly harmine in ayahuasca) works to kill the parasites, and parasites are expelled through the increased intestinal motility that is caused by these alkaloids.
Ayahuasca is any of various psychoactive infusions or decoctions prepared from the Banisteriopsis spp. vine, usually mixed with the leaves of dimethyltryptamine-containing species of shrubs from the Psychotria genus. A notable and puzzling property of ayahuasca is that neither of the ingredients cause any significant psychedelic effects when imbibed alone; they must be consumed together in order to have the desired effect. How indigenous peoples discovered the psychedelic properties of the ayahuasca brew remains unknown.
The legal status in the United States of DMT-containing plants is somewhat questionable. Ayahuasca plants and preparations are legal, as they contain no scheduled chemicals. However, brews made using DMT containing plants are illegal since DMT is a Schedule I drug. A court case allowing União do Vegetal to use the tea for religious purposes in the United States, Gonzales v. O Centro Espirita Beneficente Uniao do Vegetal, was heard by the U.S. Supreme Court on November 1, 2005; the decision, released February 21, 2006, allows the UDV to use the tea in its ceremonies pursuant to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
During a ceremony of Ayahuasca I saw this vision while my eyes were closed. I did not purge, since I've never done so well spiritually, emotionally and physically in my whole entire life. Nevertheless I had an amazing and profound spiritual experience that helped me transcend myself for a better person.
Gracias Mama Ayahuasca

Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Skullped Pile Pan

From the episode, "Come the Conqueror". Kang the Conqueror comes from the 41st century to destroy Captain America, who Kang believes may soon cause his timeline to cease to exist...Once again, I had a blast working on this show.