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October 30, 2015

Doodles from the Dead

"I will probably doodle on the inside of my coffin."

That sums up the whole DA spirit, doesn’t it? When I stumbled across Operation Underwear’s blog and read that blurb, I knew I had found an artist I would need to write about. With Halloween approaching, there is no better time than now to meet his many merry monsters who are as wildly colorful as they are creepy. Alvaro Diaz-Rubio plays with character designs that spunky and spooky at the same time. The expressions in his doodles are always intense, too. Even in crowded group photos, no two creatures have the same face.

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October 31, 2014

Halloween Treat: Making Monsters

Chelsea Bloxsom makes monsters. She’s like Frankenstein stitching together frightening creatures, except hers are a lot more neon. What I love about her is that she posts doodles of her monstrous ideas before she takes them to the sewing table. Colorful, mischievous, and just a little bit spooky - it’s too fitting for an entry on Halloween. Visit her instagram or her website to see more of her creepy creations.

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October 31, 2012


I could have gone the ghouls and goblin route — those maliciously-frighting creatures that roam the night, but instead I choose pay tribute to the friendlier Ghost. You know the one: draped in white, a shocked face, and sometimes even shy. It is certainly one of the more charming characters in All Hallow's Eve. This is my tribute (above by obsequies).

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October 13, 2011

Night of the Drawn Dead

It's the time of year where all our hearts flutter with fear. It marks the return of The Walking Dead and Zombie Walks all over the world, but nothing will prepare your weak heart for Rob Sacchetto's Zombie Portraits. Rob turns your everyday googly mug into delightfully decaying masterpieces, so that even if you sleep with Max Brook's Zombie Survival Guide, you'll still be left shaking with fear beneath your bed.

You can (and should) read the whole process over at Rob's website, but it basically goes a little something like this: First he takes your photograph and draws your likeness with a pencil, which he considers the most crucial part of the whole process. "Likeness is paramount" he says, because "placement, proportion has to be spot on." Rob adds, "It's during this process that I look at light, facial structure and I go about creating a zombie that is still recognizable. I don't use any references, by the way, all this chaos comes from my twisted psyche." He then adds watercolor flesh-tones, which gives it a 'trauma' look and follows it up with ink to highlight all the small details that make his Zombie Portraits so unique. In all, it takes him between 3 to 6 hours to complete a portrait.

See more ghoulish examples below, while you still have a pulse.

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October 31, 2008

This is Halloween

Trick or treat? Mr. Biggs draws ten lovely characters that might show up at your doorstep tonight.

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