Tuesday, November 13, 2012

One more, a dollar short, a day late

This is a little two tone drawing done with design brush markers; the image is from a novelization of the Bride of Frankenstein I had as a kid, which was chock full of shots from the movie, and written by some guy whose pseudoynm was Carl Dreadstone.  I had the Werewolf of London one, too, and I remember doing book reports on both. 

So I had planned to post more drawings like the above this year, but Sandy threw my plans off.  I was lucky, my family and I were not affected by Sandy -- we were very fortunate to never lose power, and we're on high ground in Brooklyn, near the park. We even ended up having a good Halloween, with trick or treating going on in our neighborhood.  So we count ourselves lucky in so many ways, and doing what we can to help our fellow New Yorkers get through this.  Hope you and yours had a good Halloween, and we'll see you next year.  You can keep up with my work year round using the links on the right, especially on Triple Apple Day and in my Picasa web albums. 

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein

An ink drawing I made for my son a year or two ago.  My favorite A and C movie, by far.  I remember watching their movies every Sunday morning on channel 7 out of Detroit.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Ghosts of Hanley House

oil on canvas, 14x16in.

Gouache on paper, 10x15in.

Gouache on paper, 10x15in.
All three works 2012. 

Friday, September 21, 2012

Stay Tuned for my little corner of Countdown to Halloween, 2012 edition....

One of my favorite bad movies is featured on one of the badges this year, and it's also a film I've used many times for source material in my B Movie Series.  Looking forward to having some Sir Graves Ghastly type fun again posting some of my appropriate paintings as well as some drawings made especially for the countdown.