Monday, October 26, 2015

The rest of Inktober?


I was thumbnailing. Trying for Halloween monster type of things for the rest of my inktobers.
I only need 4 more. I'll probably definitely do Colossus of NY disintegrating someone.
The Mummy one would be easy.
If I do Godzilla I want a decent caricature of Raymond Burr in the foreground.
The blob would be tough. Tie with Metaluna Mutant and the Curse of the Demon.
We'll see. I may do 4 totally different things. I'm a day ahead.
The other thing is just a doodle in wash.

6 comments:

Rick Schmitz said...

Oh, I look forward to this!

BTW, I'm not sure exactly what's going on but I seem to have lost my posting rights or something. I've tried 2 other email addresses and they haven't shown up at legit accounts. Can someone with admin rights give me posting rights for this blog? Thanks!

Rickart said...

Never mind. I got my issue sorted out. I have too many Google accounts!

Davis Chino said...

CURSE OF THE DEMON!!

Such a great film...clever as hell. Draw the Alistair Crowley actor for us, Elz!! In his clown costume!

And Dana Andrews!

MrGoodson2 said...
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MrGoodson2 said...

The actor paled Zeus in Jason and The Argonauts. Nils something. Looking him up. Niall MacGinnis.
"Yet, MacGinnis' perhaps best remembered role - certainly to discriminating fans of horror/fantasy - was that of two-faced Dr. Julian Karswell, jocular magician - but deadly serious cult leader and demon conjurer (loosely based on the outrageous English social rebel and occultist Aleister Crowley). The film Curse of the Demon (1957) (the American cut was renamed "Curse of the Demon") was a stylishly atmospheric and convincingly spooky outing directed by Val Lewton, the protégé of Hollywood veteran film director Jacques Tourneur, best known for Cat People (1942). Based on M.R. James' Edwardian ghost story, "Casting the Runes," the film is now considered a classic of the genre with MacGinnis, sporting a devilish goatee, having fun with his split personality but also effectively betraying his inward fear of the powers he has unleashed. He easily stole the show from co-star Dana Andrews, as the stubborn American psychologist almost done in by the demon he does not believe exists."

MrGoodson2 said...

I learned in just the past couple of weeks that the Jason actor in Jason and the Argonauts was dubbed.