Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Warm-Up: Trick or Treat



I know I'm probably way out of the loop, but I just found out that Rob Zombie is remaking Halloween. I have to say, for me, this is great news. From what I've read and seen, Rob is going to add some great elements and stay true to what made it a sick movie in the first place. So, inspired by this, I bought the 25th anniversary edition of the original Halloween by John Carpenter and watch the documentary while I did this morning's warm up. Good old Michael Myers.

For those who care to know. This was done on 8.5 x 11 xerox card stock. Inked inked with a water color brush, then water colored for effect. Then, a touch of photo shop to add a little texture to the finish.

[UPDATE] Here's a look at the original before the photoshop.

enjoy.
s.

14 comments:

Trevor Traylor said...

this is so sick. it all just keeps getting better and better.

Scott Hume said...

NICE!!, your getting pretty sweet with the water colors man, keep it coming, I love the whole feel and the texture of it.

Brent Schoonover said...

I'd buy a nice print of this one for sure. Simple warm ups can sometimes turn put to be a pretty sick piece.

Brent

COMIKXGUY said...

ITS SOOOOOOOO SICK (INA GOOD WAY) THAT IT MAKES ME DROP A LOAD :)

rafa Dante said...

these warm ups are really cool man....I'll try to do the same thing in the already warm mornings here in Brazil

[]'s

lordseth said...

dude you keep spoiling us with these amazing warmup pics,,,,were gonna get use to them and get pissed at you when you dont post any for awhile. all jokes aside your the best dude keep them coming.

Neil Adams said...

I'm really loving all these warmup pics! Very cool!

Anonymous said...

This shit is HOT! You really need to do a sketchbook of all these warmups.

jimmysveteca said...

Damn I love your warm-ups, man. Your art has been a huge inspiration over the years to me. I'm a true fan, keep it on =)

www.dustinevans.biz said...

Rob is my hero in a lot of ways...illustrator turned rocker turned film maker...I was stoked to find out he's working on Halloween. The only thing I'm worried about, is that they did a lot of last minute re-shoots for the movie...which could be good, bad or not have any effect. I trust Rob, but I don't trust the movie studios. Time will tell, can't wait to peep this flick!

-Dustin!

Ramses said...

This is my favorite from your blog!

Mikey said...

Oh man, Skottie, this is great! I, too, am looking forward to Zombie's Halloween. Not sure yet if I'll see it in theaters or wait for the DVD, as movie ticket prices are stupidly high.

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