I did a ton of illustrations for the recent middle-grade novel, Scare Scape, by Sam Fisher. It’s a really fun book that reminded me a lot of the stuff I would’ve been really into in late elementary school, like Goosebumps, Spooksville, etc. Lots of fun monsters. Doing the huge cover was a, shall we say, harrowing experience.
I think there are about twenty of these black and white drawings in the book, that accompany a little Monster-Manual-ish description. I really like working in black and white.
You can check the book out on Amazon.
#Doodles from the other night #liverad #liveradstudios
Artist: Al Feldstein
I think I found the creepiest stuff ever. I stumble onto these quite by accident and thought that this would fulfill my Halloween post of creepiness. These are all made by hand out of polymer clay. Here’s the link to these things.
I’ve reblogged switchplates by this person at least twice before and they’re still awesome every time.
here have some random doodles
So here’s a couple of my favorite “meatys” that I drew for me n’ Slimebeast’s burgrr.com and the original page of sketches that spawned some of them.
I don’t know how many people really spent much time exploring the site, but there are exactly 51 of these guys to see, they display at random, and no single page of burgrr is capable of showing all of them.
They were carefully plotted out to seem like normal, believable meat mascots until you delved a little deeper into the site, and they’d keep straying further from normalcy.