Tag: Fine Art

“Werewolf” by Steve Lambe

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!

“Woman Surprised By A Werewolf” on Display at the Walker Art Gallery

Woman Suprised by a Werewolf - Stuart Pearson Wright

Back in July, I mentioned Stuart Pearson Wright‘s painting “Woman Surprised By A Werewolf”, and I wanted to remind everyone that you can now see it for yourself at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, England.


Werewolf Painting up for UK Art Award

A painting featuring a werewolf is in the running for the John Moores Contemporary Painting Prize. Woman Surprised By Werewolf, a painting by Stuart Pearson Wright, is one of 40 paintings vying for the first prize of £25,000. As reported by guardian.co.uk, ArtDaily.org and Times Online, the painting was inspired by An American Werewolf in London. All 40 paintings will be exhibited at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool between September 20th and January 4th, and the winners will be announced the first day of the exhibition.

Preliminary sketches (NSFW warning for artistic nudity) for Woman Surprised By Werewolf can be found on Wright’s site.

Werewolf Speed-Painting Video

While browsing a back issue of Smashing Magazine, I came across a YouTube video of illustrator Chris Scalf painting a rather awesome werewolf. He recorded his Photoshop / Intuos tablet wizardy in accelerated time-lapse for our viewing pleasure. (more…)