Thursday, July 13, 2006


I was recently asked to draw a goat. But not just a goat. An evil goat. And not just an evil goat, but an EEEEEEEEEEEEEVIL goat. Goats look pretty mephistopholean already, so I decided to just draw a goat, and keep adding ink until it looked sufficiently evil. This is where I stopped. If it still hadn't looked evil enough, I'd have given it a long curly moustache.


Scott said...

That there's a Spawn goat! Where's it's crazy cape and chains?

f is for Fer; he failed to floss said...

As someone who knows someone that likes her some evil livestock, I salute this effort loud and proud. Ol' Doc Priddy can draw evil, I tell you whut.

This beast eats the devil's tin cans and I expect it to square off against Hellboy in the upcoming big-screen sequel; the winner of that tussle is not clear to me at this point.

Pulpatooner said...

Spawn? Crap! You're right, there is a certain Spawnishness about the face. For that matter, there's a kind of Darth Maul thing going on there, too.

I think that I will choose to believe that this is because Todd, George, and I were all drawing from the same primal sources for our visions of EEEEEEEEEEVIL. Y'know like an archetype. Which is not at all like a cliche. Because, uhm, Joseph Campbell said so.