Halloween Art

It’s a little late, but Happy Halloween! I thought I would share some of the drawings I have done this past month.

First, is this horse. I was specifically working on it as something special to share for Halloween. It is based on a photoshopped photo that I created for one of the calendars for the equestrian team I was involved with back when I was still riding horses.

The next three were created for contests. The idea of this first one was to create a geek themed jack o’ lantern. I chose to create a Doctor Who inspired one, except instead of just drawing the TARDIS as if it could become a jack o’ lantern, I decided to make it a Halloween box. The idea was that it would be a giant jack o’ lantern that is bigger on the inside. What is inside mine? Halloween of course!

This next one was meant to be a superhero or villain combined with a movie monster. I chose Beast Boy for my hero and a gremlin for my movie monster. This was the result I got.

This last one was a coloring page that was provided for everyone. The idea was to create a Halloween costume for Superman. My idea didn’t work as planned. It turned into an oddly entertaining super fail. I planned on keeping Superman’s basic costume as it was and just using Halloween colors instead of his usual ones. To enhance the look I wanted to add a jack o’ lantern mask and bat wings. You can sort of tell what I was trying to do with the mask, but my wings don’t look anything like bat wings. Still, it was fun to try!

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About animalsandmagic

I am an author and publisher of children’s fiction, as well as an artist, and photographer. I also enjoy reading, playing video games, watching TV & movies, and more. I love animals and currently have a toy poodle named Merveille, and a Mini Rex rabbit named Kojikaki. Many of my pets over the years have been rescues from shelters. I also have selective mutism, and social phobia and am a big supporter of mental health awareness as well as animal rescue.
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