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I've read a lot of monster stories over the years, and I just recently started drawing my own interpretations of some of those creatures that I've read about.
I really want I keep at this for a while and create a whole series of these.
Hope you enjoy.
Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson
The Tragic History of Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
That Hideous Strength by C.S. Lewis
Metamorphoses by Ovid
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving
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The Portrait of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
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I particulary love the first third.
I just a crit for the Lycaon, it's nose is too dark, and it the first thing my eyes focus on.
The Time Machine by H.G. Wells
Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll
Thanks Spookybabydoll, I'm noticing now his nose is a bit dark, will lighten it!
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The Wendigo by Algernon Blackwood
The House On The Borderland by William Hope Hodgeson
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Nice stuff ! But you've missed the Uber Monster himself - Cthulhu !
Phtang ! Double post !
I don't get why there are such few comments on this nice pieces!
I dig the style a lot! No crits from me
Ah yes, the great Cthulu.
He is in the works, with a number of others.
There are many monsters that HPL has created that I am looking forward to drawing.
Thanks for viewing!
Ill keep updating.
The Terror by Dan Simmons
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Tell Tale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe
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I'm looking forward to next stories. Very cool guy, It's very awesome !
SORRY FOR MY ENGLISH,BUT IT'LL BE BETTER!
These are great. I wish more people did there interpretations of these character. I never heard for the croc with antlers before. Its cool though.
I did this character from an inside joke at the studio I work at. figured it might give you a laugh.
The Succubus by Honoré de Balzac
And danvancool... that link didn't work
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Nice stuff! Very good.
A Hunger Artist by Franz Kafka
Last edited by M. S. Corley; November 20th, 2008 at 05:10 PM.
Love the last one. He's got a really strong expression.
I'm a bit bugged by the succubus. Her face lacks some the drawing lines your others faces get, but i suppose it's intentional and this is my personal opinion.
And the boobs are not closed enough to each other, you can almost build a road between.
The terror looks good.
BTW, you can be proud to host my 1000th post.
I agree with what you said, and I'm slightly surprised you didn't comment on the length of her neck as well.
All of those decisions were intentional, She is supposed to be quite attractive and seductive, but in my original sketch she looked too, well, like a normal woman with wings, nothing horrible about her... so I elongated and perverted the distances of things, just to make her a bit more unnatural and irksome in her beauty. Her face originally had angry brow lines too, but I decided against this in the end to give her a more placid almost 'boring-seductive' face.
Not sure how well all that worked out because I think its coming across as mistakes... On another forum I've had people say very similar things!
oh well, I tired! :/
Nice pics! Where did you find those fonts?
Love that long neck, it reminds me those African women who elongate there neck. Love also the skin tone and the loin
In fact she looks like a mix of different culture which breed an abnormal beauty.
Fantomas by Marcel Allain & Pierre Souvestre
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The Horla by Guy de Maupassant
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