The creativity keeps flowing and I was able to knock out the second image in the Highbury Cemetery Graphic Series. No specific purpose outside of a way to generate a spontaneous spurt of creativity during the off-season, and a new way to highlight some of the Halloween prop work that I have created over the past couple of years.
Last night, I threw Douglas Pipes' soundtrack to Trick 'r Treat on the turntable, sat down at the computer and finished this:
You can check out the first image (and read about the art's intent) in the Highbury Cemetery Graphic Serieshere.
A cold, weathered hand pierces the rust-laden earth of a late autumn night. Reanimated decay becomes the evening's guide. Masked faces bask in the fiery glow of a jack-o-lantern's illumination. A lifeless finger points the direction toward the next porch-lit house. For this is the night of ghouls and goblins and tricks and treats. This is the night of Hallowe'en...