Posts Tagged ‘zombie’
Friday, December 24th, 2010
For Christmas Eve, also known as Zombie Yule Eve by certain people (you know who you are), I give you the very last bonus zombie from my Cthulhu Coloring Book. Starting next week, you’ll be spammed with images from my new coloring book, instead!
This style is called “chibi” or “super deformed” Japanese manga and anime artists — the giant head and body that’s 1-2 heads high, that is, not the crazy-eyed zombie part. It’s one of the styles I offer when Cartoonifying people, so I decided to do a zombie example, because really, who hasn’t wanted to be a cartoon zombie?
I’ve had a lot of fun coloring my various zombies, too. She’s done in a very soft blue with shading in grey, where the severed head she’s keeping for a snack later is done in a pale pale flesh tone with shadows in two shades of blue. Her lips are a nice blue, as well, and her sharp, sharp teeth have just a hint of blood on them.
Chibi Zombie Girl, 5″x7″ pen and ink and Copic markers on watercolor paper.
Friday, November 26th, 2010
This cheerful undead fish is just looking for a few scraps of brains left for him — zombies are notoriously sloppy eaters, after all. He’s on the back cover of my Cthluhu Coloring Book (one of the bonus zombies!), and was one I was most looking forward to coloring myself. His tattered flesh glows an eerie green, but his attractive orange-and-white spots still show through in places.
Zombie Koi, 5″x7″ pen and ink and Copic markers on watercolor paper.
Monday, November 22nd, 2010
This lovely lady is another one of the bonus zombies from my Cthulhu Coloring Book. I decided to go for a more blue-toned dead (rather than grey or green), sort of an homage to The Corpse Bride. I had fun adding in some extra details with the coloring, like the bloody handprint on her dress.
Zombie Bride, 5″x7″ pen, ink and Copic markers on watercolor paper, $79 with free shipping.
Wednesday, November 17th, 2010
A certain blonde chicken challenged me to make a cute zombie Jesus card for Christmas, and who am I to resist her?
He’s meant in the spirit of fun, so his card says, “Eat of my flesh and I’ll snack on your brains,” inside.
You can pick up any of my greeting cards at Etsy, or take home his original art below.
Zombie Jesus, 5″x7″ pen and ink and copic markers on watercolor paper.
Wednesday, November 10th, 2010
This morbid fellow is another one of the bonus zombies from my Cthulhu coloring book. I originally had drawn a bunch of these guys for another purpose, but somehow they never got finished until I needed them for the coloring book. Still, I do love the details on this one, from his missing arm to the skull logo on his shoe.
Weeble Zombie, 5″x7″ pen, ink and Copic markers on watercolor paper.
Friday, October 29th, 2010
This cheerful guy is one of the bonus zombies in my Cthulhu Coloring Book — I think he’s a little stuck and wants his zombie pals to wait up while he finishes struggling his way up out of the grave in search for delicious, tasty brains.
I’ve colored him here with a ghoulish green, though I think he’d do just fine in deathly grey or a rotting pink, as well. One nice thing about this one was that the style was so loose and scribbly, it was easy to color without worrying too much about staying inside the lines.
Zombie: Wait Up!, 5″x7″ pen and ink and Copic markers on watercolor paper.
Saturday, July 10th, 2010
Just a little sketch for the weekend, this fish looks like he’s seen better days. His eyes came out a bit evil, so he’s rather like a zombie koi, lurking in your pond, craving your delicious brains.
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