Art

Shellback Artworks : Closing Event

When I became a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan, I was only 11 years old.  I did not realize that the age of 38 I would be sitting here still talking about Turtles to this day with other TMNT fans around the world.   I never pictured that I’d get to meet so many people who’ve worked on TMNT either.  I have to say it’s been the wonderful people behind the Ninja Turtles, which kept me a fan all these years.  Which is why I highly encourage other TMNT fans to go out and meet these wonderful folk.  I try to stand behind each of these talented people when they venture out on their own, which brings us to today’s story.  Shellback Artworks, a Gallery, store and school that was opened in Wells, ME by one of those amazing guys. 

Review: Out of the Shadows Turtle Designs

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles “Out of the Shadows” is out and ready for downloading.  This is a TMNT game that I personally will not be playing unless I’m playing someone else’s copy.  I did a review awhile back on what I thought of the looks of the Turtles when the designs were first release and now that I’m looking at them more, I want to do another review on the designs.

Winners: Nickelodeon Universe TMNT Contest

Our most recent contest was the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Nickelodeon Universe Contest.  A chance to win all day ride passes to Nickelodeon Universe as well as some TMNT T-Shirts. 

To have some fun we added fanart to each entry so people could display their own personal works.  And we got a few good images.  Here we’ll like to share a few.

 

A talented Artist

One thing I’ve been thinking about sharing here on Cowabunga Corner is more stuff about the different people I know and their talents, skills and what they have to offer.  Some will be interviews, others will be just short write ups.  In this write up, I’d like to share a little bit about one of my favorite artist.

TMNT Fan Art

All across the web you have different fan art, from old vampires to unicorns to Dexter Morgan to The Power Puff girls. Even shows that disappeared from TV over 20 years ago have artists out there still drawing their childhood heroes. Of course Ninja Turtles are no exception to the rule.