Thursday, October 22, 2015

INKtober: Scooby-Doo Villains Month - WEEK THREE

Continuing my INKtober redesigns of classic Scooby-Doo villains.

All of these sketches are done with blue Col-Erase pencils with quick inks using a Flair pen, and then quick digital colors in Photoshop.

DAY FIFTEEN: The 10,000 Volt Ghost, from the 1976 episode from Season 1 of The Scooby-Doo Show, "Watt a Shocking Ghost". Okay, so I cheated a little and chose a really simple monster this time. But he's a classic! And I was starting to fall behind and now thanks to this simple design, I'm all caught up! Threw in a little background color this time, so I could add a cheap little glowy effect.

DAY SIXTEEN: The Ghost of Elias Kingston, from the 1969 episode from Season 1 of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, "What the Hex Going On?". My favorite thing about this guy is his blue skin. Without it, he's pretty much a generic Scooby creep. Or maybe zombie Elvis.

DAY SEVENTEEN: The Werewolf, from the 1970 episode from Season 2 of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Werewolf". Not to be confused with the Wolf Man from week 2. Why is this werewolf green? No idea, but I just went with it. And I kept that weird squiggle in his cheek because it's just an odd little choice. He kinda looks like Willem Dafoe, doesn't he?

DAY EIGHTEEN: Wiki Tiki, from the 2005 direct-to-video film, "Aloha, Scooby-Doo!". I've been doing the older Scooby villains, but this one was a request from my nephew. Happy birthday, Logan!

DAY NINETEEN: Zombie, from the 1969 episode from Season 1, "Which Witch is Which?". One of my favorites. And I guess he's one of everyone's favorites. I did a sketch of this guy about 2 years ago, which is what started my obsession with drawing Scooby monsters. I like this one a lot better than that old drawing.

And unfortunately, that was my last one. As a result of the the past two weeks, I'm getting an influx of freelance work. Which is great, obviously, but that combined with my birthday and Halloween coming up and prepping for CTN Expo next month (!!!), this fun little project had to be put aside. But I sure did have fun doing it! Thanks for coming along for the ride! 

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