I sketched this drawing while in an art teacher meeting. I inked it in later that same night. I like the idea of isolating all the elements in their own flat space within the composition.
I loved Maurice Sendak’s book Where The Wild Things Are when I was a kid and have been reading the book to my son. He loves the book especially the part when the wild things roar their terrible roars and gnash their terrible teeth and roll their terrible eyes and show their terrible claws. I created a tribute drawing in honor of the book.
This is a drawing I started during Inktober back in October. I finished it and I’m posting it for all to see. This Victorian seance depicted in my drawing was all too successful. One should be careful when communicating with spirits! It could be an Edwardian seance, I’m not stuck hard and fast to it being a Victorian seance!
At the end of the summer I made a few illustrations for a client. The sketches were for Esoteric Exhumed by John M Stater https://landofnod.blog/ This is one of the illustrations of a Robert E. Howard barbarian type character.