The ominous character seen in “Macabregras” originally came from a doodle I did which took inspiration from Aubrey Beardsley’s “Masquerade” (seen below) and the publicity poster for “Le Carnaval Des Specters”, a play that was featured in the Grand Guignol (a theater known for its gorey horror plays).The two pictures above are a comparison between the original poster and the first sketch depicting the (literally) boneheaded figure.

The ominous character seen in “Macabregras” originally came from a doodle I did which took inspiration from Aubrey Beardsley’s “Masquerade” (seen below) and the publicity poster for “Le Carnaval Des Specters”, a play that was featured in the Grand Guignol (a theater known for its gorey horror plays).



The two pictures above are a comparison between the original poster and the first sketch depicting the (literally) boneheaded figure.

MacabregrasThis sketch takes inspiration mostly from the illustrations of Aubrey Beardsley. The title is a bit of an awkward pun on macabre and Mardi Gras, the final result sounds more like a character from Flash Gordon however.This was drawn on 6 X 8 mixed media paper.

Macabregras

This sketch takes inspiration mostly from the illustrations of Aubrey Beardsley. The title is a bit of an awkward pun on macabre and Mardi Gras, the final result sounds more like a character from Flash Gordon however.

This was drawn on 6 X 8 mixed media paper.

In this video you’ll witness a peaceful protest being viciously chased off with tear gas bombs and rubber bullets that are carelessly thrown into nearby lawns, setting the streets ablaze whilst the people run for shelter.

It’s rather frightening how that description is not exaggerated in the slightest.

Actor and Comedian Robin Williams has passed away today at age 63. When I first read that, I hoped that it was nothing more than a rumor, that it wasn’t true. That he was alive and well. But one Google search proved otherwise.

He had a natural wit, he was intelligent and he knew how to make everyone laugh. May he rest in peace.

This was my first summer project of the year, a full re-edit of Vampyr with an alternate score. The soundtrack ranges from many different eras of classical music (ranging from Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Sixth Symphony to Tallis choir music) with a little bit of NIno Rota thrown in. If you have an hour and twelve minutes to spare, have a look.

And I thought that the “animation” to Clutch Cargo was… unpleasant to say the least.

I had the misfortune of seeing these dead-eyed freaks raid my television in the commercial break of a Twilight Zone marathon. The episode which was played beforehand was The Eye of the Beholder, a rather well timed choice once I think about it.