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OPEN FOR Fall- Winter 2017 COMMISSIONS!

I can only take on a small number of commissions at this time. When I reach my limit I will have to start turning people away.
If you are interested, please email back to discuss your idea. Slots tend to go quick, so first come, first serve!

Please note, these are for Black and white, original art.
Ink Brush drawings on Bristol Board.
I am not doing color commissions at this time.

Professional service.

I've been doing original art commissions since 2004 and have a long list of satisfied customers!


9x12 ONE CHARACTER black and white - $120.00

9x12 TWO CHARACTERS black and white - $150.00

10x14 ONE CHARACTER black and white - $180.00

10x14 TWO CHARACTERS black and white - $220.00

Estimated completion time: Mid-Late December

Thanks!
Bryan

Here are samples of some commissions I've done for past clients!



Creaturefromtheblacklagoon BW LR by BryanBaugh



Wolfman and Gypsy Girl Low Rez by BryanBaugh



Batsy Explores the Mansion LR by BryanBaugh
aliensBW by bryan baugh by BryanBaugh



10x14 MadManMarsBW LR by BryanBaugh
9x12 Winter Wolfman 2015 LR by BryanBaugh




Afternoon At Zombie Beach Part 2 Low Rez by BryanBaugh

deadlights magazine1 Lowrez by BryanBaugh
  • Playing: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on PS4
  • Eating: Salmon Sashimi
  • Drinking: Captain Morgan & Coke
I'm very proud to be the featured artist in this new magazine... Includes several pieces of my artwork, plus a new previously unreleased Wulf & Batsy comic story! Order your copy here: www.wpcomicsltd.com/chronicles…

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  • Playing: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on PS4
  • Eating: Salmon Sashimi
  • Drinking: Captain Morgan & Coke
ART PRINTS (and a few other surprises) NOW on SALE!

society6.com/bryanbaughartwork

People have been asking me about Art Prints for years. Well, I've finally begun this project!

This is the "First Wave" - I simply selected the 12 images that have received the most requests for prints, over the years. More images will be made available in the future.

All different sizes available, from "Mini Prints" to Large 22x27" posters.
Also available framed or on canvas.

society6.com/bryanbaughartwork
  • Playing: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on PS4
  • Eating: Salmon Sashimi
  • Drinking: Captain Morgan & Coke
NOW OPEN FOR ORIGINAL ART COMMISSIONS!
Just go to my website store to see variety of samples and prices, and place your order.

LINK:
cryptlogic.bigcartel.com/

5 slots open for: 8.5x11 ONE CHARACTER Close Up Portrait Style
5 slots open for: 9x12 ONE CHARACTER black and white
5 slots open for: 9x12 TWO CHARACTERS black and white

3 slots open for: 10x14 ONE CHARACTER black and white
3 slots open for: 10x14 TWO CHARACTERS black and white

Estimated completion time: November - December.

Thanks!
Bryan
  • Playing: Fallout 4 & SW Battlefront on PS4
  • Eating: Salmon Sashimi
  • Drinking: Captain Morgan & Coke
REALLY nice review of my first graphic novel, from Horror By Proxy.




Copies of my Wulf & Batsy comics can be ordered here: cryptlogic.bigcartel.com


  • Playing: Fallout 4 & SW Battlefront on PS4
  • Eating: Salmon Sashimi
  • Drinking: Captain Morgan & Coke
I recently started a new account on Instagram.
Was just trying it out, at first. But it's gone very well and I really like it.
Check it out! www.instagram.com/bryan_baugh_…
  • Listening to: Perturbator
  • Reading: Old horror comics.
  • Watching: Been on a Barbara Steele kick lately.
  • Playing: Anxious for Fallout 4 & SW Battlefront on PS4
  • Eating: Salmon Sashimi
  • Drinking: Captain Morgan & Coke
For the Facebook Addicts... 
www.facebook.com/BryanBaughArt…


-B
  • Listening to: Scaremeister
  • Reading: Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold
  • Watching: Been on an Orson Welles kick lately.
  • Playing: Batman: Arkham Knight
  • Eating: Salmon Sashimi
  • Drinking: Captain Morgan & Coke
Fresh from the printer!
After being sold out twice, New copies of my 2013 comic: "Wulf and Batsy in: Scarifying Tales" are back in stock.
Available for order here: www.cryptlogic.net/store/

"Wulf and Batsy" is a continuing series of comic adventures about a werewolf and a cute female vampire, wandering the earth in search of a place to call home. But everywhere they go, they eat people, and have to keep moving on. This 32-page horror comic contains three short stories about Wulf and Batsy, titled, "Them's Monsters", "If You Knew...", and "The Left Stocking". Created, written, and illustrated by Bryan Baugh.

"Scarifying Tales" is a great sampler if you are interested in Wulf and Batsy but haven't yet read the longer trade paperback volumes. These stories are little episodes unto themselves. They will give you a good feel for the characters but won't leave you feeling like you are "missing something" just because you haven't read other Wulf and Batsy material.

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  • Listening to: "Lost Themes" by John Carpenter
  • Reading: The Phantom Killer by James Presley
  • Watching: Batman 1966 TV series on DVD!
  • Playing: Skyrim (again!)
My new T-Shirt store: www.teepublic.com/user/BryanBa…

I have been asked many times by readers of my comic book series, if there will ever be "Wulf and Batsy" T-Shirts. Well now there are! As well as a few other designs.

This is a new venture for me, but I'm trying it out.  I've only got a few different T-shirt designs available so far. But I plan to add more in the near future.

Click the link and have a look! www.teepublic.com/user/BryanBa…



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Fresh from the printer!
New copies of my 2013 comic: "Wulf and Batsy in: Scarifying Tales" are back in stock.
Available for order here: www.cryptlogic.net/store/

"Wulf and Batsy" is a continuing series of comic adventures about a werewolf and a cute female vampire, wandering the earth in search of a place to call home. But everywhere they go, they eat people, and have to keep moving on. This 32 page horror comic contains three short stories about Wulf and Batsy, titled, "Them's Monsters", "If You Knew...", and "The Left Stocking". Created, written, and illustrated by Bryan Baugh.

"Scarifying Tales" is a great sampler if you are interested in Wulf and Batsy but haven't yet read the longer trade paperback volumes. These stories are little episodes unto themselves. They will give you a good feel for the characters but won't leave you feeling like you are "missing something" just because you haven't read other Wulf and Batsy material.

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I first read the story "The Hound" by H.P. Lovecraft, when I was a teenager in high school… probably around 1988 or so. What a great little horror story. It was very short, but it had graverobbers, an underground Museum of Death, a cool monster, and some really gory violence. Even on my first reading, "The Hound" made a very strong impression on me. Right then and there, I decided that someday, somehow, I had to draw this story as a comic book. For years this was one of those hopeful, secret "dream projects" brewing in the back of my slimy green brain.

23 years later, I finally got my chance.
In 2011 a European publisher (SelfMade Hero) hired me to illustrate a comic book adaptation of "The Hound" for a book called "The H.P. Lovecraft Comic Anthology Volume 2".

SMH hooked me up with Chad Fifer (who is not only a great writer but also the co-host of the excellent "HP Podcraft" show). Chad really understands Lovecraft, and did an amazing job of adapting the original story into an efficient comic script that somehow managed to include all the best sections of HPL's wordy text - while still leaving plenty of room for me to draw big, detailed panels. Chad was also very generous and agreeable whenever I asked him to change something in his script - to allow me to go even crazier with the artwork! I couldn't have asked for a better collaborator.

I really poured my cold, black, rotten heart into drawing this little story. It's probably the best comic illustration work I've ever done and the printing quality on the final product turned out excellent. For me, this was a real "dream project" come true.

"H.P. Lovecraft Comic Anthology Volume 2"... The book featuring my comic adaptation of "The Hound", is now available for order at Amazon.
Here's the link!

www.amazon.com/Lovecraft-Antho…



Sample Images from "The Hound".
This is the Frontispiece.
Every story in the book has a front page illustration to introduce it.
The Hound (Frontispiece)

Sample Images from "The Hound".
This is Page 3, which shows the "Museum of Death".
The Hound (Page 3)

One more sample, because I wanted to show a page of sequential (panel-to-panel) storytelling. This is Page 5, which shows the two main characters looting a very evil grave.
The Hound (Page 5)

Okay that is all I'm giving you for now. With these samples I tried to choose a few decent pages that tease the story without giving away the best stuff.  

On a final note - this DA Journal is not a commercial, I don't make a dime off your purchase, I have already been paid by the publisher for my work.
I'm promoting this book just because it turned out very well, and I'm so proud to be a part of it.
If you are a fan of H.P. Lovecraft's stories... (or my art!) - I hope you might give this book a chance.


www.amazon.com/Lovecraft-Antho…



-Bryan
My 2 previous art books,
"Crypt Logic Series One" 2008 sketchbook,
...and...
"Crypt Logic Series Two" 2011 full-color art book,
...both recently sold out. So, instead of giving them each a second printing, I decided to just combine them into one new book, called:
"Crypt Logic Series One and Two"


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This book is now available for order through the Store Page of my website.
So if you never got my 2 previous art books, grab this one and get all that content in one volume!
Here is the link...  www.cryptlogic.net/store/

-Bryan
Describe in gory, graphic detail, your favorite way to kill a zombie.
  • Listening to: "The Dragon Experience" by Cevin Key
  • Reading: "Case of Charles Dexter Ward" by HPLovec
  • Watching: Game of Thrones
  • Playing: Skyrim
  • Eating: Sushi
  • Drinking: Ice Tea
Hey, Monster Fans,

This week I was interviewed on the "Decapitated Dan" podcast. Where we discussed my "Wulf and Batsy" horror comic book series and lots of other junk. It's only a half hour show, so my babbling doesn't go on quite long enough to make you puke blood.

Here's the Link to Dan's site: tinyurl.com/7qafn4t

You can also find the podcast ("Discussions with Decapitated Dan" Episode #83) ...on iTunes.

Enjoy!
  • Listening to: "Fixer" by Download
  • Reading: "Stolen Away" by Max Allan Collins
  • Watching: Jacob's Ladder
  • Playing: Skyrim
  • Eating: Pizza
  • Drinking: Ice Tea
Hey gang, today is the day!
The Complete First Season of Transformers: Prime, the animated series I've been working on as a storyboard artist for the past 2 years, is now out on Blu Ray and DVD!

Oh and, I don't mean to be rude, but can you guys please refrain from asking me about future story developments and new characters on the show. I'm not allowed to talk about that stuff.

...For now, I recommend you buy the DVD or Blu Ray and enjoy Season 1!!


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  • Listening to: "Helicopter" by Download
  • Reading: "Stolen Away" by Max Allan Collins
  • Watching: Curse of the Demon
  • Playing: Skyrim
  • Eating: Pizza
  • Drinking: Ice Tea
So I was checking my DA Page earlier this week, and it kinda freaked me out to realize that the last time I uploaded any new artwork to my DeviantArt Gallery was… last August!

Yow!

Well, I assure you my absence has not been due to laziness or inactivity.
Quite the opposite.

Since Summer 2011, I have had so many different art-related projects keeping me busy that I just haven't had time to do much personal illustration work. For example:

1.) Working on storyboards for "Transformers: Prime" animated TV series, Season 2.
2.) Illustrating a comic book adaptation of "The Hound" by H.P. Lovecraft, for "The H.P. Lovecraft Comic Anthology Volume 2" (which will be released by Self Made Hero Publications in Spring 2012).
3.) Contributing Artwork to "More Brains" a "Return of the Living Dead" documentary (which came out a few months ago).
4.) Doing a bit of production design illustration for a movie project (that I'm probably not allowed to talk about, so I'll shut up about that).
5.) …And as always, whenever spare time allows, working on the next book in my "Wulf and Batsy" graphic novel series.

Simply put, 2011 was a very busy year for me!

As of February things have slowed down a bit … Our production schedule is now in-between Season 2 and Season 3 of "Transformers: Prime", which means, down-time for us artists. So I'm using this little break to catch up on all my personal art projects. That means continuing to work on my comics but also doing some new horror illustrations and – hopefully - being more active on DA again. So keep an eye out, I am back with you and I will be delivering some new disgusting monsters, and maybe some deadly things from outer space, very soon I promise.

-Bryan
  • Listening to: "Handover" by Skinny Puppy
  • Reading: "Off Season" by Jack Ketcham
  • Watching: Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
  • Playing: Skyrim
  • Eating: Pizza
  • Drinking: Ice Tea
For the past 2 years solid I have been working as a storyboard artist on the animated TV series, "Transformers: Prime". This show presents a much darker take on the Transformers than has been done before (we even have undead, zombie robots on this show!) ...which allowed me to utilize my horror instincts when working on some of the scary scenes with the bad guys. Haha! But it is such an awesome show in every respect, and I am so proud to be involved with it.

Anyway "Transformers: Prime" started with a 5-part mini-series, called "Darkness Rising" - which then led into the first season of the show.

My reason for this Journal is to announce that "Darkness Rising" has just been released, on DVD!

So, if you are a fan of Transformers, or CG animated movies, or undead zombie robots... or just anything with big giant robots shooting lasers and blowing stuff up, I hope you will check it out! Here is the Amazon link if you want to read more about (or order) this DVD: tinyurl.com/7t89pek

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  • Listening to: "Handover" by Skinny Puppy
  • Reading: Film Noir: The Dark Side of the Screen
  • Watching: "Island of Lost Souls"
  • Playing: Batman: Arkham City
  • Drinking: Cap'n Morgan and Coke
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"Return of the Living Dead" has been one of my all-time favorite movies ever since its original release, in 1985. I first saw it, in the theater, when the film was still just a few weeks old - and it was love at first sight. I became an instant, rabid fan of all things ROTLD.

I collected every single horror movie magazine with articles about it. When the goofy, punk rock soundtrack came out, I scraped up the last of my summer lawn-mowing money to buy it - on record! See, it was 1985, and records were still the primary format for music. The poster for this movie has occupied the wall of (almost) every home I've lived in, ever since 1985, from my bedroom at my parents' house when I was a teenager, to the walls of every dorm room and apartment I lived in as a college student, and right up to the present day: Even after I became a responsible, settled-down, married adult, the poster remains in my art room/office.

And of course, over the years, I have bought every edition of this movie that has been released, on each new-improved format: the VHS tape, BOTH versions of the DVD... the excellent Blu Ray release (the Blu Ray is easily the best)...

You get the idea... I am a long-time, hopeless fan of "Return of the Living Dead".

So I am excited to announce that a brand-new, feature-length documentary about the making of this film, has just been released on DVD. It's called:

"MORE BRAINS! A Return to the Living Dead"

Naturally, I would be excited about "MORE BRAINS", because cult horror films don't usually receive this level of in-depth behind-the-scenes documentation, with such candid, no-holds-barred interviews, featuring almost every single cast and crew member...

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...But another reason I am so excited about this documentary - is because it features two of my illustrations!! Yes, you heard that right! Watch for my artwork to appear during the behind-the-scenes discussion of the famous Tar-Man sequence!

This wonderful opportunity came about thanks to Beverly Randolph, the actress who was menaced by the Tar-Man zombie in ROTLD (and who was also a producer on the doc). It's a long story but I met Beverly a couple years ago and we became friends. I knew nothing about "MORE BRAINS" until she let me in on it, while it was in production, about 9 months ago. It was she who requested my artwork to appear in the documentary. ...And I've been biting my tongue about it ever since! Haha.

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I can't express how hugely excited and flattered I feel, to have my artwork connected, in even the smallest way, with a movie that I have loved so much, for so long. Not to mention - seeing my name in the credits of an official Return of the Living Dead - thing...? THAT was a trip! ...I wish I could be all cool and laid back and professional about this... But that would be a lie. I am just too big of a fan. Thanks a MILLION Beverly! Thank you thank you!  

...And finally - speaking purely as a fan - I highly recommend all you zombified wierdos out there, track down a copy of this DVD as soon as possible, before rigor-mortis sets in! "MORE BRAINS" is one of the best behind-the-scenes docs, about one of the best zombie movies, you'll ever find. Watching it will... make the pain... go away... the pain of being DEAD... Can't you feel yourself... ROTTING???

Here's the Amazon link: tinyurl.com/6tqpsom
ORDER IT NOW!!!

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Tina and the Tarman
  • Listening to: "Handover" by Skinny Puppy
  • Reading: The Greatest Batman Stories Ever Told
  • Watching: "Ship of Monsters"
  • Playing: Batman: Arkham City
  • Drinking: Cap'n Morgan and Coke
I was asked to be a guest on the special Halloween episode of "The Nerd Fire Podcast"! Had a lotta fun doing it, too. The hosts: Kevin, Joe, and Walsh, are awesome guys. Listen to me ramble with them about horror movies, and other stuff.

You can download the episode directly from the "Nerd Fire" website... Or from iTunes.

Here's the Link: tinyurl.com/3wvpf4h

HAPPY HALLOWEEN everybody!!

-B
  • Listening to: "Handover" by Skinny Puppy
  • Reading: Film Noir: The Dark Side of the Screen
  • Watching: "Trick r' Treat"
  • Playing: Batman: Arkham City
  • Drinking: Cap'n Morgan and Coke