Following up on my Vincent Price portrait and Hammer Horror theme, I thought you might like to see my illustration of Christopher Lee. The best Dracula and a figure synonymous with horror movies and many, many late nights, sat in the dark glued to the TV.
Portrait of classic horror legend Vincent Price illustrated by Christopher King.
My Comic Book Movie posts each week are made up of a quick brush, pen and ink sketch working to a theme set by the collaborative illustration website, Illustration Friday. Each drawing takes on average 1-2 hours to complete and serve as a great warm-up to get me started for the week, and also serve…
Take a behind the scenes look at the Key Largo fan poster by Christopher King.
Behind the scenes this week takes a look at the Clint Eastwood portrait that makes part of a The Good The Bad and The Ugly movie poster.
This Bride of Frankenstein pin-up is quite an old illustration of mine and one created as part of an experiment transferring hand-drawn pen and ink line work into Adobe Illustrator using the Live Trace feature, with the aim of creating vector artwork with an effective, hand-drawn look. On reflection I’d say it worked reasonably well,…
Follow the creation of the Bruce Campbell portrait that became part of my Army of Darkness poster is this weeks Behind the Scenes post.