hehe..funny!! love it.
LOL! Reminds me of a date or two from my past!
What an awesome piece! Such depth. This rocks!
That's fantastic. And a cautionary tale for all girls
great stuff! made me smile:)
I had that problem once. Having a great evening, then the moon came out, hair, drool, the works. I never dated her again.Fantastic spin Adrian! How'd you get that dry-brush texture on the ground. Is that a photoshop brush? Anyway, great work. Love the wolf! I look like that when my wife leaves the toilet seat down. :)
The background's very cool on this one, Adrian. And I love the pose of the wolf... it's the classic "rip through the shirt" pose that all werewolves do. I like it a plenty.
lol, funny and very well done. =)
This is a great blog! Love your designs!I'll be back! :-)
haha great illustration! I love the simplicity in design on the girl and, yeah, the pose on the werewolf is classic...it kinda reminds me of a jonny bravo series I once saw.
HA ! HA !! Wicked take on the theme! Love the cow posting below too!! Should the cow run?!
"There's something you should know about me... I'm different." And that's all the warning he gave her. Awesome post here, Adrian! I, too, have had werewolfs on the brain. Thanks for the added inspiration. Man, now I have to go watch "Thriller."
damn werewolves!nice one!
Now, that werewolf of your look like me most mornings. Your character designs are great.
I love the shapes you've got going on in the wolf. Cool drawing!
Wow...!! Funny and scary at the same time!! :D
As a big Werewolf fan I love this. So do you think they are up for a second date?
reminds me of the thriler video how michael jackson was with a girl..and it was also shockin when he changed into a werewolf!! Great stuff Adrian
This is fantastic Adrian! Great idea and your style is killer! I love the background!! What medium do you work in?
Thanks for the comments, everyone. You make it so much fun for me to do this.To answer the questions about my process, I use Colerase Blue pencils to draw my stuff, then ink it with a Bic felt tip marker style pen. Then I use Photoshop for the color, and the dry brush effect is one of the brushes available on Photoshop 7.0. Hope that answers your questions.
Wonderful illustration! You can see that the next frame will be just a little puff of smoke where the girl used to be before making her exit. Great background. Enjoyed reading your process in your above comment.
As a huge fan of all things spooky, this is one of my favorite drawings! It also reminds me of that awesome 80's Thriller video! Good job honey!
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