I've been trying to keep in the Halloween mood this year by doing a lot of Halloween themed drawings. It's a bit tough to get into the Halloween spirit when the birds are chirping and flowers are blooming. People in New Zealand really get into Christmas early as well, which makes it difficult. I've seen a few houses with their Christmas trees up already.
This is my version of the Halloween classics - the wicked witch, cursed mummy, Frankenstein's Monster, blood-sucking vampire, and howling werewolf.
This is my attempt at doing a stereoscopic crossview illustration while drawing a REAL vampire (not that sparkly bull$#!+). I figured my faux-cutout style actually lends itself pretty well to being turned into a crossview image, so I gave it a try. This basically works like the old Magic Eye books. If you need further instructions you can find them here. Happy Halloween!
It's that month again! My favorite month of the year! When all of the ghosts and ghouls come out to play (at least they used to when I was a kid in the 80s and early 90s anyway).
Even though I'm down here south of the Equator again, and all of the trees are blooming, and the sun is shining, I still have autumn in my heart. It also helps that Dunedin has the creepiest graveyards in the world to get me in the Halloween spirit!
Edit: I know I already submitted this earlier, but the word for this week at Illustration Friday is "Haunt" so I thought this was appropriate.