Here is my illustration of the Pterodactyl Ghost which appears in “Hang in There, Scooby-Doo”, an episode of The Scooby-Doo Show. A man named Johnny used the disguise to terrorize a hang-gliding contest and hide his music piracy operation.
Here is my illustration of the Spooky Space Kook from the original Scooby Doo show. In the episode Scooby and the gang investigate the mystery of a ghostly spaceman at an abandoned airfield. Once again, it turns out it is a guy in a mask.
Here is my illustration of Ghost Clown from the original Scooby Doo show episode, “Bedlam in the Big Top”. Scooby and the gang have to stop the clown and find out if he is really a ghost… which he is not.
Here is my illustration of the vengeful witch doctor from the original Scooby Doo show episode, “Tiki Scare Is No Fair”. In the episode the gang finds a mystery while on vacation in Hawaii. Spoiler alert, turns out it is a guy in a mask.
Jinkies! I have been watching the original Scooby Doo show with my son. I made this illustration of the mystery inc. gang inspired by the opening from the 1969 show. I have a few more illustrations of some Scooby Doo monsters I’ll post sometime soon.
I made a 3D illustration using air-dry clay of the Creepy Heap from the Deep from Scooby Doo. My son and I were making some things out of clay. The Creepy Heap from the Deep was one of my favorite episodes from Scooby Doo when I was growing up.