Archive for the ‘useless fun’ Category

This Song

Posted by campbell October 4th, 2014

I think of this every time the song comes on.


Captain America

Posted by campbell August 22nd, 2013

campbell whyte cap america

My redesign of Captain America.
I’m a big fan of the scale mail on classic Cap, but as a whole, I think he’s a pretty awful costume design. I think those super patriot flag costumes always look really cheesy in the worst possible way. I tried to strike a balance between him being a superhero, and a soldier, with those elements kind of nestling amongst one another. He’s really a soldier first, who just happens to be super. They army dress him up a bit silly to boost morale and scare off the enemy.

I imagine he’d be keen to use all of his familiar weapons from the war, although I imagine Tony Stark would give them a good seeings to, so they could actually contend with the challenges of the 21st century.



Posted by campbell August 21st, 2013

campbell whyte thor

I recently watched all the Marvel universe films in pretty quick succession, so I have those ridiculous things on my brain. This is my redesign of Thor. It’s not really meant to be for the screen, more the page. I wanted Thor to be more mystical, cosmic and a little bit scary.

The trimming of his cape is made of clouds, the lining, and his visible body is a cosmic projection, his eyes are stars, A mane of golden hair swirls constantly and his face, too beautiful for human eyes, is masked.


dia de los conejo

Posted by campbell December 11th, 2012

My partner and I recently painted these little fired rabbits.
Mine was inspired by the fantastic work of the BeastBrothers.



Posted by campbell September 13th, 2012


Non Drawing Endeavours

Posted by campbell July 31st, 2012



Posted by campbell May 20th, 2012

I recently collaborated with a group of amazing artists to put together this Babushka doll based on the “Old Woman and the Fly”. The babushka was a gift for a lucky new baby that was born to one of the members of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, Karen Blair.

The ever thoughtful Briony Stewart conceived of and coordinated the project as well as painting the Old Lady and the Fly dolls. Samantha Hughes, James Foley, Frané Lessac and Shannon Melville all painted other animals in preparation of their consumption. My own contribution was the turquoise cow.


Dungeons and Dragons

Posted by campbell May 7th, 2012

You’re all going to be listening to the greatest Dungeons and Dragons game ever tonight, right? Check out the crazy action that happened last week, yea, it’s like Jersey Shore meets D&D over in our campaign. Note, that the sessions are pretty ridiculously offensive and stupid, so only listen if you have ears of steel.

You can follow the adventures at Jimmerish FM download past episodes on itunes and check out the wiki.


Dinosaur Boxes

Posted by campbell May 6th, 2012

I had this idea for cardboard boxes that have perforated patterns in them so they can pop out in to dinosaurs. They could even be scaled in size, so when you purchase them they come sat one within the other like a pixelated babushka. I should probably get a kickstarter going for this, because it’s genius.


happy easter

Posted by campbell April 8th, 2012

photo courtesy of the wonderful Zoe Mcgill

My “Game of Thrones” themed egg for the great annual egg roll. I totally got the scale wrong, should have hard boiled an ostrich egg… ¬†I’ll post some more pictures of the egg tonight, because I’m sure you’re all dying to see it up close.