Friday, October 15, 2010

ILLUSTRATION FRIDAY ~ SPOOKY


Maybe not so much spooky as forlorn, but the fact is that this young turkey vulture can tear things apart in an instant and that beak is pretty awesome.

16 comments:

Julia Kelly said...

he is too cute to be spooky!

Ginger*:) said...

I know what you mean, Julia, but he won't stay that way.

Marion Eldridge said...

I like this a lot, Ginger. I think the overall effect is spooky! :o)
Also, I really love your profile pic! Great little character!

Janet Dibbydabby.com illustrator said...
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Janet Dibbydabby.com illustrator said...

Hi, I think this is wonderful, you have really established an atmosphere. Just the right amount of 'ominous'

Janet O'Connor said...

There's nice atmosphere in this illustration, Ginger.

claudine hellmuth said...

ohh perfect!! love the spooky rain too!!

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

Is this that spooky raven tapping???? Oh this is spooky! Great job. I just got a chill. he he he
Great illustration.

theartofpuro said...

So spooky!Love the colours and atmosphere:)

Ellen Byrne said...

Looks pretty darned spooky to me!

Andrew Finnie said...

I like this one Ginger

Juan said...

Great piece Ginger! Have a nice weekend

Roberta said...

He's one of my favorites!
You've captured the gloomy atmosphere so well and I love the ruffling feathers!

Bobo said...

Oh it's scary! But somehow I also feel that he's bitter with loneliness!

Jack Foster said...

Hey Ginger! A little removed from your colorful, joyful stuff. Love it! He looks forlorn... which is kinda spooky, knowing his capabilities! Great background and tone!

the enigma said...

the crow, winter, and snow is a great combination for a spooky atmosphere. nice!

@bobo: i always think crows are bitter creature. :D