October was a busy month so unfortunately I didn’t have much time to join the annual Inktober drawing challenge. But I thought I had to post at least ONE, so tonight I buckled down and created the little guy you see below. Although I finished a few minutes after midnight, it’s still Inktober on the … More Happy Halloween!
It’s SPOOKY SEASON everybody, so I figured I’d spread a little Halloween cheer by updating this blog (for once) with a few scary movie posters. Although someday I’d like to post an entry full of my own work, that’s not happening anytime soon with my schedule/crippling procrastination. So until then I’m happy to share works … More 31 Horror Film Posters
I loved Jeff VanderMeer’s Southern Reach books and decided to commemorate the release of Annihilation with a tribute poster. The story follows a team of scientists exploring a strange, foreboding wilderness that previous expeditions never returned from – a great blend of sci-fi, horror, and mystery. The film differs from the book (and doesn’t spoil … More Annihilation Film Poster
Ellen Ripley of the Alien franchise – greatest movie heroine of all time? I drew this for fun, celebrating the release of Alien: Covenant. Alternate color scheme:
Well that does it – it’s been real October. I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing these little drawings all month, and happy Halloween!
With Halloween around the corner, I decided to relax and spend an afternoon browsing through my ever-growing swipe file collection, looking for inspiration. And since I’ve amassed a huge amount of incredible alternative horror and sci-fi posters over the years, there was plenty of it. I figured I’d share a few for anyone else who’s interested. Happy … More 21 Alternative Horror Film Posters
Well I guess Ghostface isn’t technically a ghost, but I had to work Scream into one of these prompts. Just wouldn’t feel like Halloween otherwise.
Only a few more of these to go – this month has flown by… Below is an alternate version, green palette. It was actually my initial coloring, but in the end I felt that the green face had better contrast against a red background. I could be wrong though, to each their own!