30 Day Drawing Challenge. Day 10: Sad Movie.
Pictured: My stupid face every time I watch E.T.
30 Day Drawing Challenge. Movie Edition. Day 9: Death scene.
God bless you Michael Ironside and all the arms that depart your noble shoulders.
30 Day Movie Drawing Challenge. Day Seven: Today’s challenge was to gender swap a famous character. I chose Marty McFly (or should I say, Martha McFly!!!!! Martha!!). While drawing her I realised that I’d made her look a lot like Marty’s girlfriend, Jennifer. Coincidence? Or time-paradox?
I’m looking forward to Catfish America 2.
30 Day Drawing Challenge. Day 6: 50’s Movie. I’m a young, sexy philistine so I haven’t watched many films past the 1970’s. However I like Hitchcock a lot and Rear Window is one of my favourites of his. The set design for the apartment building James Stewart stakes out is amazing. Plus I’m quite nosy so the thought of watching a murder mystery unfold from the comfort of my living room sounds pretty fun.
30 Day Drawing Challenge. Movie Edition. Day 5. Todays challenge was to depict a fight scene. I went for the pub brawl between Andy (the Pink Hulk) and the Blanks from The World’s End.
More Space Babes.
I’m doing a 30 day movie drawing challenge. Today’s task is to draw a character if they aged in real time. I chose Gizmo from Gremlins. After the Clamp Towers disaster of ‘90, Billy Peltzer hoped that he and his tiny hairy friend could live a quiet life. And they did. Apart from similar gremlin outbreaks in 1997 and 2004. Now, after 30 years of ejecting evil clones from his soggy back, Gizmo is a little older and a little wiser, taking precautions to make sure it doesn’t happen again. But it will…
IN SUMMER 2016!!!
30 Day Movie Drawing Challenge. Day 3: Scary Movie.
When I was 7 or 8, some friends tried to convince me to watch A Nightmare On Elm Street. I ran home terrified before it even got started. But for some reason I’d misinterpreted something on the video and was under the impression that Freddy got his demonic powers from having a bath in baked beans. This image filled me with more dread than a hundred tongue phones or exploding Johnny Depps.