Take a zombie, and pare it down to only the structures it actually uses to hunt down and devour its prey, and you’d get something similar to this. I chose to explore what such a creature could end up looking like if it were to somehow evolve; everything not directly related to finding and eating live prey, or supporting the organs it needs to do that, has decayed. Everything left over has changed to make hunting easier for the zombie
This began as a concept sketch for my own purposes, but I chose to develop it into a full illustration/poster to share with the general public. I wanted to create a visual reference more for the general look and feel of the cargo hold of the ship, rather than a concrete map. The place is constantly changing, anyway, as new artifacts and trinkets are bought and sold, shelves and crates are moved around, and the space is overall changed to suit whatever is needed from it at any given moment.
“Quarantine has been hard, but it’s really brought us together as a family!”
I’ve once again taken up the tradition of making a new twisted horror-themed holiday card for those who share my sense of humour. Absolutely no offense is intended to those who’ve suffered these past 2 years; my intent with this card was to engage in a bit of gallows humor about the cavalier attitude certain people have had about the seriousness of COVID 19.
I’m proud to announce that I’ll have some heat-changing mugs featuring the giant squid and hairy anglerfish available for purchase in the near future!
These two beauties are the first of what will be an ongoing series of coffee mug designs that will allow you to ponder the mysteries of the deep while enjoying your morning coffee. While these creatures are highly visible right now, they’ll be obscured by black paint that will vanish once you pour in your hot beverage of choice.
These mugs will most likely sell for $10.00, and will be available online and at my convention table at the Calgary Horror Con this year.