its got a real old school feel.
have you finished the dagon comic? im interested in seeing how you drew the plain of muck vomitted from the seabed, and Dagon of course.
ive always wondered why more lovecraft stories havent been illustrated, but i guess alot of the fear comes from imagination, and the artist would have to work really hard to make something truelly frightening.
i love all of these especially the guy in the boat.. very nice comp. excellent work
Nice inking work, makes a picture very energetic when you do it like this; You a Bernie Wrightson fan?
Great stuff! Makes me think of Bernie Wrightsons Frankenstein illustrations. I've got a lot of repect for people who can use pure black and white so effectively.
Oops! Just noticed Walnut mentioned the Wrightson fella as well! :)
Great inks :o
Love the more graphical elements and how well you blend them in with the rest of the paintings.
the dagon drawings are not actually in a comicbook format but more like a book with single spot illustrations. www.carnopolis.com will published this (but i don't know when :)
yeah im a big fan of wrightson so with other traditional pen and ink users.
posh and angry-
I see some reseblances to the work's of Wrightson on Frankenstein and the Fat guy on Winterworld by Jorge Zaffino.
nice! I've tried hatching with brushes, it's pretty tough! these look like you handle it pretty well, though. Cool!
yeah good work, reminds on bernie wrightson
nice brushwork indeed.
speaking of Wrighstons Frankenstein....
I noticed a little too much wrighston in your last pick....or give some credit. I mean the pose is pretty similiar, combined with the strong influence its a dead give away......