Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Werewolf of London 1935

I know not many will agree with me on this, but I like the Henry Hull werewolf better than the Wolf Man. There I said it. It feels good to get that off my chest. Don't get me wrong, I love the Wolf Man! Hull's werewolf to me is a slightly better design and the story is more complex. I also love Hull's acting in the film. I created this image yesterday and despite my love for the film it is my first illustration of the Werewolf of London....His hair is perfect. 

The Creature from the Black Lagoon

I created this illustration yesterday. It is no secret that i love monsters, and the Creature is in my top ten easy. I have a sea monster themed bathroom and it is mostly the Creature. Only a few others occupy the space so far, but I have plans to add a shelf and that may result in a few more aquatic horrors. The Gill man was designed by Millicent Patrick and is arguably one of the most influential monster designs in cinema. I think the only design more commonly mimicked is the Geiger Alien (xenomorph) design.

This is my favorite of my colectable figures. I don't wanna brag, but it is huge. 

Monster in my pocket's Undine figure.

Monster in my Pocket Bishop Fish figure.