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Illustration Inspiration: Halloween Edition

Spookiest greetings, fellow Gnomes! I come bearing dark gifts for the unseelie among you: great frickin’ art to inspire, horrify, and delight. In the Halloween spirit, give us your best scary stories and twisted imaginings these images conjure in you. A grand Samhain to one and all, and enjoy!

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“Banshee” by Jana Heidersdorf
http://janaheidersdorf.com/ [1]

Nokken

“Nokken”, by Kim Myatt
www.ysvyri.com [2]

"Jozin z Bazin", by Sergey KolesovBlog

“Jozin z Bazin”, by Sergey Kolesov
Blog [3]

Demon Egg

“Demon Egg”, by Eren Arik
http://www.erenarik.com/ [4]

"Lady on the Staircase", by Caspar David Friedrich Wikipedia

“Lady on the Staircase”, by Caspar David Friedrich
Wikipedia [5]

"When vampire/human negotiations go wrong" by Sara Kipin Tumblr

“When vampire/human negotiations go wrong” by Sara Kipin
Tumblr [6]

Rime of the Ancient Mariner

“Rime of the Ancient Mariner”, by Gustave Doré
Wikipedia [7]

"Untitled Post-It", by John Kenn Blogspot

“Untitled Post-It”, by John Kenn
Blogspot [8]

The Studio Wall

“The Studio Wall”, by Adolph von Menzel
Wikipedia [9]

 

"Fables of the North Forest", by Elena Kononenko Artstation

“Fables of the North Forest”, by Elena Kononenko
Artstation [10]

 

Untitled

“Untitled”, Zdzisław Beksiński
Wikipedia [11]

 

"Until I Say", by Ryan Lee http://www.ryanleeart.com/

“Until I Say”, by Ryan Lee
http://www.ryanleeart.com/ [12]

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3 Comments To "Illustration Inspiration: Halloween Edition"

#1 Comment By Ondřej Vágner On October 31, 2016 @ 7:03 am

Well, it’s certainly inspiring… or it would be if it hadn’t started with Jožin z bažin. Now I have the blasted song stuck in my head…

#2 Comment By John Arcadian On October 31, 2016 @ 9:53 am

Lol! I can see how that song gets stuck in your head easily! Let’s share the misery/joy.

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#3 Comment By Angela Murray On October 31, 2016 @ 10:57 am

The Jožin z bažin picture and song John shared (THANKS a lot John) give me an idea for a MOTW game where the monster isn’t the true monster and it’s the Bigfoot hunters that are the real problem. 🙂