Illustration by J. Scooter Harris 2015,
ink and watercolor on paper,
for latest chapter of THE S.U.I.T. -
"The Red Mid-Nite Ride Out!".
The black and version is published in
BACHELOR PAD MAGAZINE: NIGHTCAP EDITION # 4.








 

Illustration by Scooter Harris 2015.
ink and watercolor on paper
for Edward Varga's short story "The Astronomer's Cure".
The black and white version is published in
BACHELOR PAD MAGAZINE: NIGHTCAP EDITION # 4.







 

Illustration by J. Scooter Harris 2015,
ink and watercolor on paper,
for author John King's latest chapter of
 "The Confessions of Guy Psycho".
The black and white version is published with King's story
in BACHELOR PAD MAGAZINE # 32, Summer 2015.





  

Mystery Girl # 2
Watercolor by Scooter Harris 2015







  

T-shirt design and illustration by Scooter Harris 2015




 

Who's that girl?
by Scooter Harris 2015
Aurora Natrix, that's who.




 

A preview of the upcoming 4th issue of THE S.U.I.T. - DECLASSIFIED.
Illustration by J. Scooter Harris 2015
Inspired by burlesque performer Ms. Fever Blister





 

Illustration of a Ziegfield girl.
Ink, Prismacolor, and Watercolor on Paper
by J. Scooter Harris 2015
This was based on a century old photo of a Ziegfield performer
and done to protest Facebook's banning the photo
and the prominent illustrator who posted it.





  

Toon by J. Scooter Harris 2015
Ink and Watercolor on Paper




A preview of
THE S.U.I.T. - DECLASSIFIED # 3

 

Cover art for THE S.U.I.T. - DECLASSIFIED # 3
Ink and Watercolor on Watercolor Paper
by J. Scooter Harris 2014
The femme fatale is based upon Texas burlesque performer Ruby Joule.






 

Interior art for THE S.U.I.T. - DECLASSIFIED # 3
Ink and Watercolor on Paper
by J. Scooter Harris 2014
Inspired also by the Texas burlesque performer Ruby Joule.











MINNIE STRIPS # 2
by J. Scooter Harris
Debuted at the Dallas Comic Con, Dallas, TX, May 16-18!







       

  
Toon by J. Scooter Harris 2010
This toon shall remain here, until Arizona's hateful, anti-immigration SB 1070 is all taken down (and not just part of it).
WHY NOT SPEND YOUR HARD EARNED DOLLAR ON STUDIO HADRA ART AND PRODUCTS INSTEAD?

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