Here’s a colored pencil drawing I did in 2015. Posters, coffee mugs, and postcards are available at cafepress.com/oldkingcurry. Have a great weekend. Be safe.
Robots, Vampires, and Bad Co-Workers is now available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle. Click here to order.
My new Amazon book is called Robots, Vampires, and Bad Co-Workers. It’s a collection of three of my earlier books: Finding Drake Novak, Under the Electric Sun, and How to Make an Artist Miserable. The first two are science fiction comedies. The third is a humorous essay about the annoying little things people say to artists.
Here’s one of my illustrations from What’s Left of the Stars. In this scene, Nora has just left her home and entered the city. She does not receive a warm welcome at first.
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Nora is the main character in my new Kindle book, What’s Left of the Stars.
Drake Novak is an alien who feeds on the misery of other life forms. He runs a factory in a small Southern town — and he systematically torments all the workers. A young cop from the Galactic Precinct comes to Earth to arrest him. Finding Drake Novak is available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle.
Copyright © 2016 Matthew David Curry. All rights reserved.
My new e-book is called What’s Left of the Stars. It’s available on Kindle for 99 cents. It’s a wacky science fiction story for kids. (I’ve been working on this project since last summer. That’s why I haven’t posted much art lately.)
Nora lives in a little house on an asteroid with a cruel, evil man named Mr. Sly. Nora dreams of escaping from him. One morning, a meteor crashes into the roof and destroys the house. Mr. Sly dies, but Nora survives. As the house collapses in a ball of flames, Nora crawls into Mr. Sly’s fancy space car and stares at all the glowing buttons on the dashboard. Terrified but hopeful, Nora flies away in search of a new life.
Copyright © 2019 Matthew David Curry. All rights reserved.
A drawing from last year.
Lately, I’ve been watching a new show called The Orville, a comedy version of Star Trek: the Next Generation. It’s one of my favorite shows now. The other night, I drew a picture of Alara, a character played by Halston Sage.