Tag: Christmas

#18 – The Sleighbot 2000

| November 18, 2011 | 0 Comments

#18 – The Sleighbot 2000

The time has finally arrived for Santa to join the 21st century. With the help of Willie the Cyborg Elf and the North Pole Computerization and Robotics Division, Santa has been implementing new technology to make Christmas Eve less Stressful.

One of the first innovations was the Sleighbot 2000, an automated helper that has been hooked to the Santa’s sleigh. The sleighbot gives Santa that extra edge in preparing presents and stocking treats for each house, all the while giving the most current readings of temperature and wind direction.

Santa’s life is changing for the better with the help of technological advances.

#17 – Willie The Cyborg Elf

| November 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

#17 – Willie The Cyborg Elf

Willie the elf was just an average worker on the toy assembly line. One day, the machine he was watching that built toy robots went haywire and sucked him into its manufacturing core. Before being saved by the Elf Safety Squad, half of Willie’s body was transformed to robotic circuitry.

Now, only half elf, he is feared by many on the assembly lines and in the lunch hall. Willie was going to quit the business and venture out into the world, but Santa had other plans. Realizing that Willie’s part robotic brain was perfect to help bring gift giving technology into the future, Santa created the North Pole Computerization and Robotics division. Willie was made chief assembly technician and head of the Research Division.

Santa needed to move his operation into the future and he finally found the most important thing on his list. Willie has become a key component in keeping North Pole operations cutting edge.

This picture was drawn and colored by my talented son JT who knew I needed a break from all the art I’ve been creating this month.

#13 – Pizza Luvin’ Santa

| November 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

#13 – Pizza Luvin’ Santa

People picture Santa as a jolly old man who eats nothing but cookies and sweets all year long. Really though, who could eat that stuff all the time? You would have to take a break every so often and eat a real meal.

When Santa’s craving something that will fill him up, he turns to the North Pole Pizzeria where Antonio the elf makes a special pie with his favorite toppings. Recently Santa has been getting a slice or two left for him on Christmas Eve and it’s made his busy night go so much smoother. He’s even decided to modify his outfit to reflect the love he has for the classic dish.

Be a sport and leave Santa some pizza this year instead of the same old cookies and milk.

This picture is another one done in homage to the coolest artist I know, Mark Mariano. Check out his art at his website, www.mypalmark.com, and don’t rub in the fact of how much better he is than me when it comes to drawing.

While you’re out surfing, I’ll put a plug in for my site, www.nosweetsforsanta.com, for a cool story about Santa getting pizza on Christmas Eve.

#12 – Antonio the pizza making elf

| November 12, 2011 | 0 Comments

#12 – Antonio the pizza making elf

A little known fact about the North Pole is that it has its own pizzeria. You see, Santa is a big fan of the pizza pie and has enjoyed the fact that people have been leaving him slices on Christmas Eve instead of cookies. A guy can only eat so many cookies in one night before wanting to throw up, so pizza was a refreshing change.

On the other days of the year, Santa would occasionally visit The North Pole Pizzeria to get his pizza fix. Antonio is the head chef and has been making the finest pizza for hundreds of years. Antonio’s family broke off from the cookie making elves group in the late 1700’s, migrating to the North Pole in the hopes of making finely carved wooden toys that were so popular in Italy. It didn’t take long before they realized that toy making wasn’t for them, so they sought out another avenue to express their creativity.

Soon a small eatery was opened and that slowly morphed into the North Pole Pizzeria. Pizza has been all the rage in the North Pole for years. Try to guess the elves favorite toppings.

I drew this picture trying to replicate the style of one of my favorite artists, Mark Mariano. I’ve got a long way to go.

#11 – Peanut Riddle

| November 11, 2011 | 0 Comments

#11 – Peanut Riddle

Especially feared by those allergic to peanuts, Peanut Riddle makes it his goal to terrorize holiday party attendees. Using his special raygun, the Brittilizer, he can transform almost any substance into an easily breakable and tasty treat.

His joy of using riddles and questions when dealing with foes make him a confusing nemesis. While not actually part of the Holiday Hellions, Peanut Riddle still seeks to avenge the fallen holiday foodstuffs each Christmas Season.

His favorite riddle?

“ What’s sweet, crunchy, and just knocked you out? My fist you pathetic human!”

#9 – Dead Nog

| November 9, 2011 | 0 Comments

#9 – Dead Nog

Sir Eggington Nog was a distinguished carton from the U.K. visiting friends in America. He decided to stop by a suburban Christmas party and was viciously attacked by the party goers. He was found after the party ended, laying lifeless on the floor with the last of his contents slowly leaking out.

Found later by the Holiday Hellions, his death only strengthened their resolve to stop the holiday massacres once and for all. Ninjabread Man, Bruit Cake, and Mangled Mallow use his death as a turning point in their campaign of avenging fallen foodstuffs. When going into battle, they often cry out:

“Let’s do this for the Nogster!”

#8 – Karate Kane

| November 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

#8 – Karate Kane

After falling behind a console at a Nuclear power plant during a Holiday party, this simple candy cane became slowly soaked in radiation. After many years, the sweet confectionary became a sentient being and decided to leave his space behind the console and seek out adventure in the big world.

After weeks of wandering, he found a small town theatre that often ran Kung-Fu movie marathons. Taking up residence, he slowly learned from the Kung-Fu masters of the silver screen, perfecting his craft.

One fateful night, he decided he must fight for justice and good holiday cheer by calling himself Karate Kane. He wanders the streets, looking for the thugs that would bring about the demise of Christmas spirit.

#7 – The Mangled Mallow

| November 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

#7 – The Mangled Mallow

On the run after barely saving himself from a boiling cup of Hot Chocolate at a suburban Christmas Party, Marsh looks for a way to avenge his deformity.

His contempt for humanity increases each year as the weather gets cold and he sees bags of his brothers and sisters melted into oblivion to make sweet treats.

While there isn’t much the Mangled Mallow can do to harm humanity, he focuses all of his mental energy on hoping the main villains will develop diabetes. That is the best revenge he can come up with at this time.

As part of the gang called the Holiday Hellions, he typically serves the very important role of decoy.

#4 – The NinjaBread Man

| November 4, 2011 | 2 Comments

The NinjaBread Man

Vowing to avenge his family after they were savagely eaten at a suburban Christma party, the once cute GingerBread Man could take no more of humanity. Arming himself with a candy cane bo staff and concealing his identity with a strand of Christmas ribbon, he wreaks havoc through the neighborhoods in his area.

His typical method of attack is at night while humans are walking on the snowy streets.  He uses Dough Foo, to cause people to loose their balance and become injured.

If you listen carefully on an icy night, you can hear his squeaky voice in the distance, chanting his hunting song:
“Run, Run, Run, as fast as you can. You can’t escape me, I’m the NinjaBread Man!”

While some say he has gone completely over to the burnt side, those closest to him remind us that he still hasn’t given up his colorful gum drop buttons, so there is still hope.

I hope you enjoyed this holiday inspired submission, it’s actually the first picture I’ve tried to draw and color myself, hence the poor quality.

Roadkill Santa

| November 1, 2010 | 3 Comments

I don’t have my CeltSpace stuff together enough yet (still inking) and I am crunched for time. So I decided to use a few filler ideas.
This is the kind of Santa America needs right now! One that is honset, modern, jolly.