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Kev The Rev
Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
United Kingdom
Current Residence: Glasgow, Scotland
Favourite genre of music: Punk (REAL Punk, ie pre-1983), video game soundtracks and some disco when I want to dance
Favourite style of art: Communist Propaganda Posters, Stencils and Sprite Art
Favourite comic/cartoon/video game character: Magik/Yoko Littner/Fran from FF XII
Personal Quote: Sticks and stones may break my bones, BUT I'LL KICK YOUR ARSE AT HALO!


The Loneliest Space Invader REDUX by Zombie-Pacman
The Loneliest Space Invader REDUX
My latest stencil; another take on my original "Loneliest Space Invader" painting, this was created as a companion piece for the similar "Lonely Lego Spaceman" piece I did last year. 3 layers, A0 size (about 4 times the size of the original), with a nice background. Took me long enough to get around to it.
New ZX Spectrum Game Cassette Cover by Zombie-Pacman
New ZX Spectrum Game Cassette Cover
Yup, designed another cassette cover for a brand new ZX Spectrum game called "WW1 Fighting Heroes (and some crazy aliens)". It's a fun wee game where you choose to take control of a WW1 tank and shoot aliens, or a WW1 biplane and shoot aliens. Quite pleased with the way it came out, I struggled with the composition for a while, with the tank/plane coming out of the screen or into the screen, or at different angles, before I settled on this.
Leonard Cohen Stencil, 2 Layers by Zombie-Pacman
Leonard Cohen Stencil, 2 Layers
Latest stencil, and another commission for my aunt, this time bigger and 2 layers. Nice and clean, apart from two miniscule wee specs of bleed. And again, I'm chuffed with the fade; both layers are fading this time, first time I've tried that (I think). Bottom layer fades from light blue to dark blue, top layer fades from white to light blue.
Leonard Cohen Stencil by Zombie-Pacman
Leonard Cohen Stencil
Latest stencil; Leonard Cohen, single layer, commissioned by my aunt. Quite happy with it, especially the fade from light to dark blue.
Bocca Serenade vs Akira Kazama by Zombie-Pacman
Bocca Serenade vs Akira Kazama
Gainax vs Capcom - ROUND 23...FIGHT! Bocca Serenade from Melody of Oblivion vs Akira Kazama from Rival Schools. Both ride motorbikes. That's it. That was the whole premise behind this one.

Came out alright, I could have put a wee bit more scraping from Akira's boot on the ground to suggest more movement, but hopefully the lack of spokes implies that. Bocca's face was the hardest part, this anime has a particular style that's a bit..."off".

"Bocca Serenade
" and "Melody of Oblivion" are Copyright ©2014 Gainax
"Akira Kazama" and "Rival Schools" are Copyright ©2014 Capcom
Been so busy with my stencils recently that I've neglected my comic and everything else art-wise...can't say I'm not focused! Got another 4 stencils or so before I stop, then I can continue with the comic, and perhaps the Gainax vs Capcom stuff.
  • Mood: Artistic
  • Listening to: H.P. Lovecraft Audiobooks
  • Reading: Generation X (the '90s Marvel comic)
  • Watching: Kill La Kill
  • Playing: Dark Souls
  • Eating: Homemade KFC
  • Drinking: Tea

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jademacalla Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2013
Thanks very much for the Watch! :salute:
Zombie-Pacman Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
No worries, you're doing God's work man. :)
TMZCor Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2013  Professional Writer
You're better than most - probably because you put serious time into your art.
(But being "better than average" here on dA, and racking up :+fav:s or page views will never be a reliable indicator of much.)
I bet you're the last one who can see how much more confident the work is your gallery is getting, then-to-now. Keep pushing on. Keep being so courageous in your composition and execution techniques...!
Zombie-Pacman Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the words, man. Today's been a weird one, between being awarded a Daily Deviation and selling a painting (the Hunter S Thompson stencil), I've been trying (and failing) to keep a straight face. Right now, I'm looking at projects/canvases I've lined up and planning the time I devote to them; it's all I can do. If I could only value my work properly, I don't know, I might be able to make a living out of it. That's the dream, anyway.
TMZCor Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2013  Professional Writer
Holy bovine, I hadn't even seen the DD. That almost makes it sound as if I knew what -I- was talking about.
But enough about basking in the glow of your success...

I really doubt anyone "value[s] their work properly" as of a single celestial moment. It's a learned behavior - no matter what those critical voices say (that sound a lot like, um, this person or that one). When I have a paycheck coming in again I'll be looking real hard at your prints - and it's a good era for selling things online or in person, so I hope it'll be easier to get to the point of "making a living out of it" for you young turks than it ever would've been for your elders.
Zombie-Pacman Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Cheers for the words, mate. The DD has boosted morale quite a bit, I'm trying to get enough work together to hold an exhibition somewhere. "Unfortunately", people keep buying my stencils (at a cheap price, I may add); a friend commented that I'm possibly the only artist in existence to complain about people buying their work.

But I see selling them now as a short-term goal; money in my pocket, and a short-lived morale boost...organising an exhibition and bumping the prices up, getting my name out there and watching commissions roll in as friends of the buyers see my work on living room walls and are referred to me, and the potential for going self-employed. THAT'S long-term. Just hopefully not TOO long-term.
The-Jam-Factory Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2011  Professional General Artist
Thanks for the fave........
philly808 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011
Thanks for the fav!
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