Tags: Arisa, movies, obakemono, Ring, Sara, Sprout This entry was posted on Wednesday, October 14th, 2009 at 12:00 am and is filed under Comics.
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Well done, Chris. Did you use a ink pen to draw this comic? I’m amazed at your artwork.
OH! Is this why you were talking about ball point pens on Twitter??? I love it. Seriously; gives it a really interesting look.
Thanks, guys! I’d long thought that, if I ever did a horror story, ballpoint pen might be the best weapon of choice. In that respect, this is sort of an experiment in tools
Turned out great! Reminds me of a scratchy horror movie (video production, that is).
Thanks, Nate! (See, I thought you were referring to the 1950s horror classic, “The Night of the Scratcher.”)
The inks on this one is inspired Chris, can’t wait to see what you do next!
Great pen and ink art, Chris! That’s awesome.
Love the hatching! Sets the tone so well (I’ll have to sleep with the light on tonight)!
LOL, awesome. The stylistic change works very well with this topic.
This looks great!
Excellent! And creepy. And in time for Halloween….
The day job again consumes my soul and free time, like an extra-spicy taco. Sorry to be lame on replies here
Thanks for the kind words about the art! Glad the effect is working.
Now, I just hope it’s funny (Doing my best to channel a Mad Magazine movie parody vibe…)
I love, LOVE the line work on this!!
Thanks, Paul! I’m having fun with the experiment.
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Nicely done reinterpertation!
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