Tuesday, September 09, 2014

The Werewolf of Bacchus Marsh

Back cover done for Aussie horror comic, Decay.

Monday, August 04, 2014

Batman quickie

Playing around with brushes and textures on the old Bats.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Dames of Throne

Art produced for a 'Game of Thrones' themed Burlesque show called 'Dames of Throne'

Edit- Just to clear up any misunderstandings, the woman in the wolf piece is supposed to be a female personification of Jon Snow (a Joan Snow if you will) and not Arya Stark.

Telstra live drawing gig

Live art done for a Telstra charity gig.

Space Invaders

A recent illustration done for Revolver magazine, featuring Jason Hook from Five Finger Death Punch and Ace Frehley from KISS.


This was done for the 'MonstersXL' exhibition in the Netherlands, where a collection of professional artists were asked to reinterpret children's drawings of monsters. Fun!

Green Fairy

 Art done for a recent gallery show to promote the sponsors, absinthe makers, 'Green Fairy'

The Pass Outs

Was honoured to do the art for Melbourne rock band, The Pass Outs debut release.

Monday, March 24, 2014

Mullet Mamasitas

Three recent drawings (all coincidentally sporting mullets).

Comic vamp Vampirella, Yo-Landi Vi$$er from Die Antwoord and the classic pinup babe Bettie Page.

Of Mice and Men

This is a digital painting done for an Affectors exhibition called 'The Art of Storytelling'. Contributing artists had to choose a well known novel and bring it to life in their art. I chose John Steinbeck's classic, 'Of Mice and Men'.

Painted in Photoshop

Thursday, January 02, 2014

Hulky New Year!

Happy New Year Everyone! Hulk.
Painted in Photoshop.

Monday, November 18, 2013

The Empire Strips Back!

This one was a bit of a dream job. Done for a burlesque Star Wars parody production which will be touring Australia in 2014.

...and here's some detail

Julie Newmar's Catwoman

Julie Newmar as Catwoman from the camp 60's Batman series.

For anyone interested in buying this as a print go here

Donald Sutherland

A caricature of actor Donald Sutherland in one of his well known earlier roles in Animal House. Pencil and Photoshop colouring.

I have a blog? Oops, I forgot...don't be MAD

Well, it's been 5 months since my last blog post. Very sorry to those who still tune in but as most people do these days, the majority of my new work ends up on Facebook...but I'm finally getting around to updating the old blog. So enjoy this avalanche of recent work...

This is a MAD magazine from earlier this year...both versions with and without text. Not big on the graffiti fonts they used but it's kinda necessary to show this version as it completes the gag of the artwork.

This was created with a shaded pencil drawing, scanned, coloured and blended in Photoshop.

Monday, June 17, 2013

Trinquette Jessie

Jessie from Toy Story 2 from a cowgirl themed Trinquette drawing challenge.


Sunday, June 16, 2013

The Savage Dragon

The Savage Dragon done for Ozcomics weekly drawing jam on Facebook. Pencil and Photoshop. The Chinese neon writing translates to (you guessed it) Savage Dragon.


A fairly quick brushpen and digital caricature of Gandhi.

The Alpha Zeta Experiment

Myself and fellow artists from The Drawing Book Studios and our subgroup called 'The Affectors' recently had a themed exhibition titled 'Monsters'. This is my contribution to the night. Created in Zbrush using Alpha Skinning (thus the title).

I also created a short, fun process video for the exhibition launch as well. Chris Wahl- The Alpha Zeta Experiment

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Trinquétte nude

My late entry to last week's Trinquétte Publishing drawing challenge. Pencil and Photoshop.


Sunday, March 17, 2013

Revamped Smurfette Vamp

A revamped version of my 2006 Smurfette art done for an upcoming exhibition on the Gold Coast to help celebrate Queensland Pop Culture Week and the Gold Coast Film Festival. Ten of my artworks (including this one) will be on display at the Gold Coast Sofitel Hotel in April.

Tuesday, March 05, 2013

Christina Hendricks

Pencil with Photoshop colour.


Thursday, February 21, 2013

New Year sketches

I was a bit slow off the mark this year with art due to moving house and having a little slump in creativity...but, I'm back at it with a renewed enthusiasm. Here are some sketches from 2013 so far...

Saturday, January 05, 2013

Pop & Twist

My most recent REVOLVER double pager in the latest January issue, featuring Twisted Sister and Motionless in White. I went for a retro 80's pop art look for this one.

Below is a version without the text.

Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Rock! Shock! and Horror...

A couple of Double page illustrations from a recent REVOLVER Halloween issue.

First one is Slipknot's Corey Taylor interviewing Wes Craven, the second is from an article with Pantera's Phil Anselmo interviewing Devil's Rejects actor Bill Moseley.

Thursday, October 04, 2012

Hoth Intruder

It's been 5 years between them but I finally got around to doing an accompanying piece to my Chewbacca Hoth Encounter illustration. This Han Solo piece was done for Acme Archives and was launched at the recent Star Wars Celebration Expo in Orlando, Florida. Below you can see some work in progress of the art.

King Triceratops

Done for a dinosaur playing card set for Dino Wars/Jurassic Lounge and the Australian Museum.

Double barrel Revolver

A couple more rock illustrations done for REVOLVER magazine.

Danger 5's Ilsa

Some fan art for the fun Aussie TV show Danger 5.

A load of garbage...

My 22nd cover for Australian MAD magazine. Pencil and Photoshop.

EEEK! now in technicolor

I posted the black and white version of this a while back. Here's a coloured version for the digital release of Jason Paulos' EEEk! comicbook.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Double Jinkies!

This isn't the first Velma I've posted on my blog and it probably won't be the last. She's always fun to draw.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Revolver Rebels

Two recent illustrations for Revolver magazine in the US. They were for their 'Rebel Meets Rebel' articles where up and coming musicians interview their idols. The first was Jeremy McKinnon (A Day to Remember) interviewing Mark Hoppus (Blink 182), and the second was Lzzy Hale (Halestorm) interviewing Pat Benatar. A lot of fun to do.

Meanwhile in the Australian Outback...

Two different bits of art but in similar settings. The first one is some Tank Girl fan art done for a recent challenge over at the OzComics group on Facebook. I've been a huge TG fan for decades, and I might have some very interesting news to share in the near future.

The second piece was a mural puzzle done for Optus. In the mural is hidden 26 movies all with an Australian link (actor, director, location etc). See how many you can get.

All artwork © Chris Wahl 2013 unless otherwise stated. All characters are copyright to their respective owners