Hej. I love your gallery! You are super talented. And I love this pic because I've got photo's on my wall of all the origanal style movie monsters. And some Brides of Frank... anyway, great stuff! *and in reference to your journal, Tigger rocks * lol. Hope you're well. Molly xxx
Dude, I love Lee Brown Coye. He is to art what H.P. Lovecraft is to literature. This mysterious, semi-creepy genius who did incredibly creepy art. Which is appropriate since he was the guy who illustrated some of Lovecraft's stories when they were first published in magazines in the 1920's and 30's... Anyway, too few people are aware of him. A collected book of his work was published last year called "Art Unknown". I bought it on sight. Amazing stuff.
Everyone's favorite classic movie monsters. Unfortunately, the Creature hasn't been getting much in the long run these days...I mean, there are movies about zombies, about mummies, about werewolves, about vampires...but nothing with the Creature. Did you notice that?
Oh well...nice pic, either way. Once again, you've blown me away with your fantastic inking skills!
Great drawing! I wonder though, if you took the photo with a digital camera would you then be able to see the Vampire since you technically aren't using film? Could we have a loophole in the rules of vampirism or do the same guidelines apply to digital media?
As always, awesome job! I really like you Wolfman, great job. Dracula has to be my favorite though, you'd think that nose would get in the way of sucking blood but then pan down to that grill and you wouldn't have any more doubts! OK, I'll stop now.....great job! Are you gonna throw some colors on it?
Thanks, yeah, I tried to make each monster unique looking while still making them recognizeable as their iconic forms. Whatever that means. haha. No, I don't know why but I just didn't feel like coloring this one for some reason.