29 January 2008

Illustration Friday: Tales and Legends



My entry for this week's "Tales and Legends" is from an artbook I made for the indie horror film I worked on called Little Erin Merryweather. It's a retold version of Little Red Riding Hood only involving a female serial killer from a small New England town. Regrettably, I am having trouble finding the full sized files. Sorry that things are so small. Just another hint that I need better organization in this room I call a studio. Uuuugh. It never ends.

10 comments:

Debra Cooper said...

Fantastic! Such movement and mood. Your work just blows me away! What is your preferred media to work in and what type of paper do you use?

JO said...

Wow, wonderful work.

Elin said...

These are just beautiful.

ms. froggie said...

yyyyyyikes! this is some great work, kel! and i gotta say you've got the catchiest blog title i've seen yet and hopefully it's GOOD beer we are worried about here and not some light beer, trying to be a beer. :)

wonderful mood and expression in your lines...love your choices of perspective/viewpoint as well.

Carmen Saldaña said...

I love your work, it´s amazing¡¡¡

Bobo Cat said...

A fabulous piece!

KarinaCocq said...

genial, hermosos, fantastico¡¡¡¡
muy sensible¡¡¡

saludos

Dee said...

Eesh! What a gruesome topic for a book! I really enjoyed your sketches...the scratchiness of the shadows is so dynamic! The finished pieces have so much movement and energy as well. Fantastic work!

RyanLoghry said...

Wow, I love your work. The finished pieces here have tremendous depth. Great job.

Patrick said...

Amazing work! I love the way you make the paintings and the action flow. Simply fantastic.