Category Archives: Monster Sketches

My illustration of a woman named Lola running from a huge slug-like monster. Run Lola run!

This is my illustration of a slug creature chasing a tomb raiding woman.  I started this drawing during a meeting and finished it at home with pen and ink.

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Haunted harvest

Here is my ninth illustration for Inktober 2019.  I made an illustration of a ghoulish creature.

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The thing at the window

Here is my eighth illustration for Inktober 2019.  I made an illustration of a woman relaxing with a good book.

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The monster hunter

Here is my seventh illustration for Inktober 2019.  I made an illustration of a monster hunter of some kind.  Not sure exactly where I was going with this one, but I went there.  As the Queen of Hearts said, “Off with their heads!”

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My alien inktober illustration

Here is my sixth illustration for Inktober 2019.  I made an illustration of an angry alien.

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Ghosts in the graveyard an Inktober illustration

Here is my fifth illustration for Inktober 2019.  I made an illustration of a few ghosts in the graveyard.

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It for Inktober 2019

Here is my fourth illustration for Inktober 2019. This is my illustration of Pennywise from Steven King’s novel It.  My design of the ancient cosmic evil creature which preys upon the children of Derry, Maine is based on the new movie adaptations. 

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The executioner

Here is my second illustration for Inktober 2019. This fellow is an executioner.  I plan on posting two illustrations a week for this years Inktober.

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My first illustration for Inktober 2019

Every October there is a drawing challenge to make one ink drawing a day the entire month (I plan on making two a week). An illustrator by the name of Jake Parker created InkTober in 2009 as a challenge to improve inking skills and develop positive drawing habits. Here is my first illustration for Inktober 2019. 

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Tusken Raider fan art

This is my fan illustration of a Tusken Raider from Star Wars.  Also referred to as Sand People they are indigenous to the planet Tatooine.  Moreover, Sand People always ride single file to hide their numbers!  In the Star Wars movies, Tusken Raiders are shown as being extremely xenophobic and territorial, often attacking the outskirts of small settlements.

Starting tomorrow, I am going to make a few drawings for Inktober.  Inktober is an art challenge that asks participants to create an ink drawing every day for the month of October.  I plan on making two drawings a week.  One a day is out of my reach.

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