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Today’s Halloween drawing is of Skull Kid from The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask.
Majora’s Mask is one of the most polarizing entries in the Zelda video game series. Most fans either love it or hate it, because it deviates heavily from the established themes. Whatever side of the fence you’re on, Majora’s Mask lives in infamy in the Nintendo universe.
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You guessed it; tonight’s spooky-scary drawing is of Ghostface from the Scream franchise.
Unlike Freddy Kruger, or Jason Voorhees, Ghostface was never the same person twice. Sometimes he (or she) was even more than one person! In a way, this makes the character even more frightening.
When the original came out in 1996, Scream reinvigorated the slasher genre by subverting the established format. It was truly ahead of its time.
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For tonight’s Halloween drawing, we have Gengar from the video game series Pokemon! If you don’t think Gengar is scary, I encourage you to look up its Pokedex entries from the game series; creepy stuff!
Ghost Pokemon are a bit of a mystery. Are they actually ghosts, or are they gaseous entities? If they are ghosts, are they dead Pokemon like some believe, the spirits of deceased humans, or both?
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More creepiness coming tomorrow!
Are you scared yet, friends?
Today’s Halloween drawing is of Norris from The Thing, by John Carpenter. More specifically, it’s Norris’s disguising crab head. This is one of my favorite movies, and it’s an incredibly visual film. The special effects still hold up to this day.
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s Halloween drawing!
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For day two of my month-long Halloween drawing session, I give you Gizmo fromGremlins 2. I know he’s not technically a horror-themed character, but I couldn’t resist. He’s just too cute!
When Joe Dante, director of Gremlins, was pushed to create a sequel, he did it under the stipulation that he could do whatever he wanted. The result is what is one of the best film sequels out there, which both pokes fun at the original while also embracing it. It’s Gremlins turned up to eleven, and our furry little friend clad in Rambo gear is all the proof you need of that.
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See you tomorrow!