“Werewolf” by Steve Lambe

A. Quinton — Feb. 12th 2009

Werewolf by Steve Lambe
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This werewolf knows what Halloween is all about, and he’s here to remind you that the next one is only nine months away. Better get crackin’ on those wolfy costumes. You might consider his pants as a good starting point.

Steve Lambe is a kick-ass character designer out of Burbank, California. His official site is down for a redesign at the moment, but I strongly urge you to check out his blog, which is loaded with tons of amazing artwork– everything from monsters like this werewolf (who has adorned my desktop for the past three weeks) to Little Golden Book and Richard Scarry homages. Great stuff!

  • Roukas

    Wow, Lambe has skill to spare! It’s been a while since I tried my hand at comic book / cartoon style art, and I can’t completely wrap my head around how artists like him are able to cram so many nuances and implications into an image or the pose of a character.

    Respect to Andrew and Lambe for re-igniting my love for everything Richard Scarry. I just retrieved “Cars and Trucks and Things That Go” from my lower bookshelf, and I realize that I forgot how bad-ass Mr. Scarry is. What the hell is wrong with you, Dingo Dog? You’re threatening the lives of Papa Pig, Alex Alligator and Alliteration Aardvark! Besides, if a determined vixen like Officer Flossy was chasing me over hill and dale, let’s just say that I’d pull my Wolfwagon over without a second thought. ;D