Okay. Okay. Last one…. really. Here is my final Inktober 2016 drawing. I’ll tell you once. Won’t tell you twice. You better wise up, Janet Weiss.
The final entry for Inktober 2016. It’s week five, for those of you playing along at home. It’s Bonnie, Nancy, Sarah and Rochelle — everyone’s second favorite 90s movie witches. (The Sanderson Sisters are first, of course.)
Another Inktober 2016 mid-week bonus. Mary, Winifred and Sarah! Amok, amok, amok!
As Inktober 2016 winds to a close, here is my entry for week four. Amelia is terrified by the Zuni fetish doll that is holding her captive in her own apartment in the greatest, made-for-television movie ever filmed, Trilogy of Terror — a tour de force for the late Karen Black.
The drawings and the bonuses keep coming in Inktober 2016. Maybe I’m working my way to a-drawing-a-day for next year. Maybe. “I am alone….. I am utterly alone.” – Lydia Deetz, Beetlejuice (1988)
Inktober 2016 continues. Here is my entry for week number three. Poor Nancy Thompson. Is she sleeping? Is Freddy Krueger the man of her dreams?
Here’s another Inktober 2016 bonus… “Just tell it to call you Billie, you bitch!” – Henry Northrup’s parting words to his shrewish, overbearing wife Wilma in “Creepshow” (1982) Here’s an account of my encounter with the aforementioned “Billie.”
Inktober rages on! Here is my entry for week number two. It’s Dr. Anton Phibes, as portrayed by the inimitable Vincent Price in the 1971 camp horror classic The Abominable Dr. Phibes and its sequel, Dr. Phibes Rises Again, released the following year.
Here’s an Inktober 2016 bonus… Poor Marion! As Norman Bates said, “She might have fooled me, but she didn’t fool my mother.”
“…and He Who Walks Behind The Rows did say, ‘I will send outlanders amongst you: a man and a woman. And these outlanders will be unbelievers and profaners of the holy.’” — Isaac Well, here we go again! Inktober is upon us. While other online artists are attempting the “one drawing per day” challenge, I, …