Hey. As an addition to my very successful post I – an artist I followed the suggestions of many of you I decided to share detailed articles about each individual artwork I made – like my Story behind my Marilyn article. Here I present to you more about my favorite style that is quite hard to explain = creeps.
I like to draw these weird, unrealistic creatures combined with bright colors and a bit of morbid undertone.
I tried to figure out why I do this so often and here is what I came up with = unlimited creativity.
There is no limit, no rules of how they are supposed to look. I can literally get as creative as I want and try to recreate what I imagined in my head (and even if it’s not as perfect as I imagined no one got to know but me).
The contrasts between dark themes and colorful colors are kind of funny and I just love the paradox of it.
I draw these creeps since I was a young and depressed kid and I use it as a form to show that “I’m not ok guys please help” but that was not very successful as you might find out in my How I became a vegetarian and how my mental health made me stop an article.
Here are some artworks I created since I was like 12:
I was very fascinated by these “ghost figures” and I used them in many of my pictures. I remember this idea looked much darker in my mind but I am still very pleased with this one even though. Just like every of my artwork, it’s just a one time look. Take a picture and put it in a box under the bed and never look at it ever again kind of picture.
This as supposed to be a “Killing your own demons” theme but I had no idea how to draw a sitting figurine as you can see 🙂 I like the color gradient and obviously my fave ghost figurines.
I was watching a lot of horror anime at that time and just got a new carbon set.
Simple colorful pencils piece with another of my popular themes – eyeballs. I thought that if I crumble the paper it would create a unique look but Nah. I don’t like this one at all.
Eyeballs. This one has literally no story or deeper mind process behind it. It’s just very simple and I like it.
I am very pleased with this one. I like the background toning and you can see my other popular feature, white brush squirt. That feeling I loved the most, the feeling of my hands all dirty afterward. ( I simply dip the brush in color and scrape my finger over the hairs to create small dots over the paper) And ghost figures are a must.
Combination of temper colors and carbon. I like the color combination with the dot background and the toning. Love it but it still lays in my trash box since 2009.
“Picasso nose” lady with watercolor pencils and my famous squirt of color.
Bought new pencils and that’s the whole story.
That time when I was watching Supernatural a lot and got inspired by black eyelids demons.
Throwing up a dark rainbow is just additional.
Another “no story just trying out new pencils” artwork.
I tried this “shadow” drawing of creeps but I did not like the result.
Throwing up a rainbow, black eyelids, aliens, and lots of colors = My thing.
Creeps at the back of my math exercise book, age 17, pens only. Love the creativity but I throw the notebook away anyway.
I wish I toned the background better. “Stairway to heaven? ” I actually throw away this one so I don’t have any more photographs.
One of my favorite ever. I remember being in the dentist’s chair when this idea occurred to me and right when I got home I had to paint it.
Slender faceless creatures were my other favorite thing probably because it was so easy to make it.
This one was quite hard to make but I am very happy with the way it turned out to look. I used just a black maker but over the years in a box it imprints over – that’s the ugly yellow parts.
Similar to the previous one, black and white shapes, ghosts, eyelids, marker, carbon – all of the same features repeating themselves over my artworks all the time.
Colorful creeps were always my form of relaxation drawing.
I made this one at the age of 15 and 7 years later I still like to draw them again and again and trying to improve myself all the time:
Well, I guess growing up on Tim Burton’s movies affected me a lot and clearly.
I made a lot of creep’s artworks and I’m sure I’ll continue drawing them in the future.
Thank you so much for your attention