Werewolf (new scan) by mckenna

Werewolf (new scan)

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Added: Jun 27, 2007
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A better scan of this Werewolf illustration, which was done for the book Revenge of the Vampire. Ink on paper.

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mckenna's picture

Thank you to everyone for such a positive response!

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dat is great lovin the work **

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This is absolutely perfect....what a capture of what a werewolf should be.....well done indeed!!

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Wonderful detail.

In the mist of moonlight
Where waters edge meets sand
A world once forgotten
Will come to be again.

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how could i include this image in the cd cover of my hard rock band?

it rocks!!

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clown face ?

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This is great. brilliant inking

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is amazing what you did

mckenna's picture

Thanks, glad you like it! Took a day to do (pencils in morning, inks in afternoon) as one of the thirty-six illustrations for that particular book.

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Awesome detail! Did it take long to make?

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Thank you, Nathan, for such very kind words. Given half a chance I would indeed create a book of just werewolves. Various projects are in the pipeline that should provide me with opportunities to doodle lots more monsters, so watch this space..!

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Let me add a bit to the wow, this blows by your influences ( am not going to name names there) and calls out to be compared to the illustrators of a 100 years hence. If you published a book of werewolf illustrations of this calibre I am betting you would have a permanent place in the history of illustrators for the new millenium. I may be prone to drama but to my eye it is that good, what potential you have, really amazing...

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Wow...

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Love your work ...all of it

somerset's picture

This is superb work, Martin! a well deserved Ed's pick, your composition and lighting are marvellous...BRAVO! Smile

Art at its best.