HAPPY HALLOWEEN, HERE’S 31 DRAWINGS!

This Halloween season, I finally took the plunge and did the Inktober task of drawing 31 drawings throughout the month. I had the crazy idea of also participating in Shocktober by watching 31 horror movies throughout the month, so i combined them and drew what I watched all month.  Almost all of them were rewatches of movies I own, to make it easier and did ALL slasher movies.  Here are the 31 drawings….

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween everyone! One of my favorite holidays! This year I want to share a battle between some of my favorite characters. Done for an online competition!  Own the original in my store^^^.

HORROR 2015 LORES

Stocktober • The Creature from the Black Lagoon

Tony here with the Gill-man! Yes! Talk about famous monsters. This film is awesome!  Underwater diving with Gill-man and filmed so clear.  I have seen this film a few times and absolutely love the horror and tragedy. I think the best part about him though, has to be the amazing costume design.  This concludes my six Universal Studios monster movies done as sketch cards. What a great time I had this year, hopefully next year I can come up with another fun theme.

Done on a 3.5 x 2.5″ sketch card with ink and marker.

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Stocktober • The Mummy

Tony here with another Boris Karloff gem. He portrayed “the mummy” in another Universal Classic.  I have personally never seen this film, but intend to. Here is a clip I have illustrated representing Karloff in Mummy form.

Done on a 3.5 x 2.5″ sketch card with ink and marker.

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Stocktober • Frankenstein

What I consider to be the most recognizable and famous of all the monsters. Frankenstein’s monster himself. Boris Karloff, a man of a thousand faces does an amazing job showing emotion through a stiff burly monster. This will always be my go-to Frankenstein monster.

Done on a 3.5 x 2.5″ sketch card with ink and marker.

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Stocktober • Bride of Frankenstein

Tony back again with a personal favorite of the Universal monsters. The Bride of Frankenstein. I consider one of the greatest spinoffs of all time. It’s more than just a monster movie, check it out.

Done on a 3.5 x 2.5″ sketch card with ink and marker.

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Stocktober • Wolfman

Once again, Halloween season is here, and another year of Stocktober greatness over at Stockpilecomics.tumblr.com.  For the past 4 years we have posted our horror favorites. Every year I think about doing the Universal Studios monsters, and finally this is the year! So I plan to pull famous scenes from the films themselves and to put the black bars at top and bottom of them to make them feel cinematic.

I start with the iconic Wolfman. The thing I love most about this version of him is that he is literally a wolf-man. Sometimes werewolf movies make them as actual wolves.  This has charm to it!  So stay tuned as I post the rest of my Universal Monsters!

Done on a 3.5 x 2.5″ sketch card with ink and marker.

wolfman

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween all! Halloween is one of my favorite days of the year! I always love throwing on a mask and being creative with costumes. So this is the final Scary piece of art for October! With the stockpile crew, we did a jam piece created, layed out and colored by Jesse Munoz. I did “The Thing” here’s my original inks and the finished piece.
The Thing-SEDANI

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Stocktober 3-D! Michael Myers

Back at it again!  I love October, and all that comes with it, especially horror movies!  But the best part is my buddies and I creating horror themed art during the month of Stock-tober at stockpilecomics.com!  So since it’s the third year, it has been labeled as Stock-tober 3-D.  And I decided to keep with the theme and give you 3-D versions of your favorite slasher characters of all time!

First up is a character who’s simplistic design strikes fear as he stands and stares. Michael Myers, from the classic John Carpenter’s Halloween.

And I attached the original ink drawing afterwards for a better look.

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MYERS INKS

My 50 Favorite Flicks • #18

Michael Myers, no not the Shrek one, the other one!

Halloween (1979)
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Let’s talk about scary, creepy, suspenseful, horror.  John Carpenter sure knows how to make you squirm, and Halloween does it in various ways.  I have been a super fan of Halloween for a long time now, and the simplicity of the Michael Myers character  mixed with no explanation as to why he is on a murderous rampage makes it a quite down to earth horror flick. Later sequels will draw ties to other characters giving him a motive, and making him an unstoppable monster.  But if you stick with just the original movie, you won’t be disappointed.  And maaaaaybe you can throw H20 in there as a true sequel to the original!

Michael Myers • Stocktober

When I was presented with being part of the Stocktober daily event over at stockpilecomics.com I decided to pick the 5 movies that scared me the most in my life, and sketch the characters from said films.

First up is my all time favorite horror character, Michael Myers from Halloween. I have seen this movie over 50 times, and I make sure to watch it every Halloween Season. This movie scares me because it is very simple yet realistic story. Michael escapes from the loony bin, and goes on a murderous rampage, no supernatural nonsense like later sequels bring into it. And to top it off has one of the most creepiest endings in any movie, and if you have never seen it please put it on your “to see” list this month.

Later sequels of Halloween fall extremely short in living up to the original. Halloween 2 is good, basically a direct sequel and really ends the story. 3 is irrelevant, but decent in its on regard. 4 is atrocious, 5 does some cool things, but still falls flat. 6 is a mockery of the series. And H20 is actually a personal favorite of mine, disregards every sequel and keeps it simple a good bookend to the original. But of course part 8 undoes and pisses all over 7. Then we have the two remakes… and that’s all i really have to say about those…