Tomorrow is the final day of Inktober 2018 and finishing things off is poor Casey Becker, who has had just about enough of the taunts from her unknown caller in the 1996 horror/spoof Scream.
It’s winding down to Week Four of Inktober 2018 and here’s Kathy Thorn shielding her young son Damien from the gift his nanny offers — all for him — the the 1976 film The Omen.
Week Three of Inktober 2018 finds poor Chris Washington forced into “the sunken place” to face his worst fears at the command of Mrs. Armitage in Jordan Peele’s 2017 allegorical psycho-thriller Get Out.
It’s Week Two of Inktober 2018 and Barbara didn’t listen to her brother Johnny when he warned “They’re coming for you!” in George A. Romero‘s 1968 ground-breaking horror classic Night of the Living Dead.
Here we go again! It’s October and that means it’s time for “Inktober!” You remember from past years, don’t you? Every October, hundreds of artists… and me…. create special works daily just for October, based on a set of suggestions from the official Inktober website. I however, follow my own set of rules for Inktober. …
Let’s cap off Inktober 2017 with the Week 5 drawing of Guy Rolfe as Baron Sardonicus from the 1961 William Castle-produced horror film Mr. Sardonicus. The film, which began life as a short story in Playboy magazine, included a gimmick in keeping with Castle’s modus operandi. The film was halted at the climax and the …
It’s already Week 4 in Inktober and the new film version of Stephen King’s It is still going strong in theaters. I, however, am partial to the schlocky ABC-TV mini-series from 1990. The always delightful Tim Curry brought Pennywise the Dancing Clown to life and, single-handedly brought back coulrophobia.
Week Three of Inktober brings us the great Bette Davis in her 1962 tour-de-force as Baby Jane Hudson in the Gothic horror classic Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?
It’s Week 2 of Inktober. Here’s Jeff Morrow as the mysterious “Exeter” in the 1955 science-fiction B-movie This Island Earth, a favorite of the MST3K crew.
Well, whadaya know! It’s Inktober again. While other online artists are attempting the “one drawing per day” challenge, I, in my infinite and self-proclaimed laziness, will be doing one drawing per week. After all, I still participate in Illustration Friday (non-stop since 2007, I might add) and I do my weekly Dead Celebrity Spotlight, posted every …