Bleuurrgh!!! Possible poster design of a guy chucking up a worm who is also chucking up a worm. If you have an ear worm and keep singing it, does that make it a mouth worm? x
Red Pen Faces. I was thinking about monks and trying to use very few lines. I bloody love these Uni Posca markers. x
I was thinking what storm troopers might look like under their masks while having a doodle with a new thick red Posca pen. I call this guy Darth Sagaloo. x
Some drawings from 1990 when I was 5 years old. Some things never change. Think I prefer the monsters I drew then though!! X
Some new sketchbook work inspired by Green Man, masks and simple faces.
Star Glazers Monsters
By Sam Bradbury
As long as I can remember I have always had a fascination with Monsters. From bizarre creatures of myth and folklore to grotesque aliens and fanciful sci fi robots, if it was scary, squirmy or strange I was hooked.
Transformation is a popular subject in the world of monsters. Whether it be Fafka’s Metamorphosis into a giant insect, imagined medieval beasts or a werewolf changing under a full moon, mutations and hybrids are plentiful. I created some of these monsters by trying to imagine a different creature than the one the pottery was supposed to depict. Changing it into something else and taking on the role of mad scientist, creating gross and magnificent creatures in a lab.
I had a wonderful time at Star Glazers painting these little creatures and I hope you enjoy them.
Thankyou to Sarah and Maria for all their encouragement and for making every visit to Star Glazers so fun and welcoming.