Tag Archive: lovecraft

This is from my Black and White Photography Class. I chose Vice as a theme to tie this series together  as well as using a similar light source and smoke effect in each photo. Some of the Vices are more obvious than others. Use your imagination and it should all make sense.

4 of 12 “Skull Bottle” Digital Photo by Marcus Coltrin

Prints available here.tonedskullbottle

Painting: Bruja Sunset

The Bruja tells stories of woe. This is the story of a sailing vessel the came too close to the secret world of terrors the live in the cracks in shadows of our own.

This is painting I made by request for a kickstarter campaign to fund a movie The Callgirl of Cthulhu.

Original Painting Red Eye of the Beholder 3×5 is an acrylic painting on Masonite board. It is protected in a matte varnish.

The beholder is one of the great monsters in Dungeons and Dragons. It is inspired by the horror writings of H. P. Lovecraft. It is an alien creature that is a floating orb with many eyes that shoot beams of deadly magic. In this painting it wears a suit.

Buy it here.

Painting: Gibbering Wall 2

Fishman Painting

This is a 16×20 painting inspired by my digital drawing: Fishman. I focused mainly on color and texture to make this eerie scene.

Taking art classes has developed a habit of making art almost every day.

Ia! Ia! Elelphant fhtagn!

Painting: Heaven and Hell

Here is the second painting voted for by the people.

This is why you should vote people. You end up with scary sh** like this if you don’t.

Click on photo to see my other art.

Coming soon! Fan art Friday!

Books: H. P. Lovecraft

I got this great collection of Lovecraft stories from Bookman’s Entertainment Exchange here in Tucson.

The cover art is really creepy.

This is the back cover. But the really scary thing is why is this guy playing M.A.S.H?

Richard Sala is an amazing comic artist. Many of you might remember his cartoon “Invisible Hands” on MTVs Liquid Television.

It was a six part mini series that aired in two minute segments while you were waiting for Aeon Flux to come on.

Sala also made some great comics like “Thirteen O’Clock” which is now in a great collection called “Maniac Killer Strikes Again.”

One of the most amazing zombie stories ever is “The Grave Robbers Daughter.”

It is another one of Sala’s masterpieces that features a female detective who’s car breaks down near creepy town that is overrun with scary undead clowns.

Below is my favorite clown picture of all time.

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