Zombie and Cat Art Coloring Book


My GOAL is to produce a 30 page coloring book based off of my Unicursal Skeleton and Unicursal Cat Designs.

Half the coloring book will be Skeletons and Skulls, the other half will be Cats. Collectors of my art are familiar with both of these designs.

The project will take two weeks to complete and I am raising money so I can afford to take the time off my regular painting schedule.

All supporters that contribute $10 will recieve a coloring book and color-pencils. I will also be producing a Color Poster based on the cover art for donors of $20, to be included with the book and pencils.

I will begin the production on Februrary 14th and will have the final product shipped on March 1st. The final product will also be listed on the Amazon marketplace.

The reason I want to crowdfund this project is that it will enable me to purchase the first 50 copies in bulk which will keep costs down and enable me to bundle each book with a set of color-pencils.

Every contributor who invests $10 into this will get a book and a box of color-pencils. This inclues shipping and handling and the copies will be signed on the inside cover by the artist (me).

"DEAD ENDINGS", an Interactive Short Story

Zombie art



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Zombieart



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Zombie art sticker



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Zombie art

Zombie art



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Arachnohazard by Wren Cavanagh

If you're a fan of old school horror flicks then you'll love this book.  It was like "Arachnophobia" crossed with Hitchcock's "The Birds". The science behind the horrific mutations is plausible which makes the story even better. Aside from the plague of winged spiders ( highly intelligent winged spiders it should be added), the human element is a big part of the narrative which adds another layer of depth and believability to the story. 

The writing itself is descriptive with a keen sense of timing, maintaining a sense of urgency and tension from beginning to end. The plot twists might better be described as plot mutations, taking the reader into original new territory yet remaining true to all the expectations one would have for this genre of fiction.  The depictions of action and violence drive the story's pace forward, keeping the reader uncertain as the outcome remains unpredictable until the end. 

The back stories are solid and the characters are well developed and distinctive. The illustrations and unique fonts are nice embellishments. I would recommend it to people who enjoyed Max Brooks' World War Z and to fans of B-horror movies. 

Arachnohazard by Wren Cavanagh http://www.amazon.com


#art #impressionism Interpretation of " Terrace at the seaside, near Le Havre" by Claude Monet http://jacklarson.ecrater.com/p/24181872/my-interpretation-of-terrace-at-the-seaside

#art #impressionism  Interpretation of " Terrace at the seaside, near Le Havre" by Claude Monet http://jacklarson.ecrater.com/p/24181872/my-interpretation-of-terrace-at-the-seaside




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This is from a page in a journal which i partially painted over:

Posted by Jack Larson on Sunday, January 3, 2016

painting of a Cat

"CAT" , original art ACEO 3.5" x 2/5" http://www.ebay.com/itm/141869953584?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

Posted by Jack Larson on Tuesday, January 5, 2016