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Fan Art Friday #2

Hard to believe it’s been a week already, but here we are! πŸ™‚ I decided to whip up a speed-drawing of Pennywise the Dancing Clown from Andy Muschietti’s It. for my second installment of Fan Art Friday. I loved how absolutely creepy Pennywise’s face was in this scene so that’s the one I went with. The floaty Bill SkarsgΓ₯rd eyes, all the teefs. How could I possibly resist? πŸ˜›


It was fun to play with some new techniques and brushes for this one. I don’t think I’ve ever colored that many teeth in a single drawing. Haha

Definitely looking forward to what will (hopefully) be a relaxing weekend. Who knows if that will happen though. πŸ˜›

What are you weekend plans looking like? Watching any good horror movies or read any scary novels/graphic novels?


19 thoughts on “Fan Art Friday #2

  1. Creepy and awesome, just like the movie! As far as horror movies are concerned, I re-watched one of my fave British comedy/slashers last night, the weird but absolutely wonderful: Stitches, a fun tale about an undead clown re-enacting vengeance on his killers. It’s a silly and gory movie, with a notable turn of Stitches the clown by one of my favourite English stand up comedians – Ross Noble, I think you’d love it my friend. πŸ™‚ Also the Joe Dante movie – The Hole was my second viewing after Stitches, and it’s so good, has vibes of his earlier classics like Poltergeist! πŸ™‚

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  2. This is fantastic! Great work as per usual my lady. ❀
    I work Saturday and then we have to attend Rob's dad's 50th bday. *vomits* Sunday, while Rob is at motorcycle class, I will have to be doing schoolwork. :3 My foreseeable future is so much schoolwork! D:

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  3. All the toofs!!

    Coming up shortly I’ll be reading The Cipher by Kathe Koja, which was listed in a book about women writing horror. The description really pulled me in:

    “Black. Pure black and the sense of pulsation, especially when you look at it too closely, the sense of something not living but alive.” When a strange hole materializes in a storage room, would-be poet Nicholas and his feral lover Nakota allow their curiosity to lead them into the depths of terror. “Wouldn’t it be wild to go down there?” says Nakota. Nicholas says, “We’re not.” But no one is in control, and their experiments lead to obsession, violence, and a very final transformation for everyone who gets too close to the Funhole.

    I really want to read that Grady Hendrix book about horror novels of the 1980s — I’m pretty sure Koja is in there, too.

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    1. Haha yesss, sooo many toofs! πŸ˜›
      Those books you described sound like they’d be really interesting. I’d like to read a good book about the horror genre. I remember buying one ages ago back when Borders was still around and it just being loaded with things that weren’t right every few pages.

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  4. Oh man, that is scary good! I love it! I have to mention that IT Part 2 was a flop compared to the first movie for me. I did recently check out Night of the Living Dead by George Romero. No wonder he is known for being the father of zombie apocalypse movies! πŸ˜€

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    1. I agree, I enjoyed the first part so much more. πŸ™‚
      And yay, glad you checked out and enjoyed Night of the Living Dead so much! The old Romero movies are excellent.


    1. Haha I hadn’t thought of the shark teeth bit but now that’s how I’ll always think of it. πŸ˜›
      I need to read that novel too. Doing a Buddy Read of Pet Sematary with C&M atm though! πŸ™‚

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