Wednesday, September 20, 2006

The Witch


This pencil sketch that was scanned and colored in using Photoshop, depicts a 1940's style witch from the Brother's Grimm fairy tale, Jorinda and Joringle. I modeled the outfit from Mirna Loy's character Nora from "Shadow of the Thin Man."

12 comments:

Jackson said...

Haha, Cool! She's freaky lookin...

arree said...

Craig! This one is super cool. I'd love to see more characters in this style.

Mindy Lee said...

She's hilarious and scary. That windy little weapon has more impact than an machete. Awesome.

mackaydesign said...

Thanks all! I love all of your work so coming from you amazing artists, it means a lot!

~Craig

R.A. MacNeil said...

Great character. That twisty pit of metal is so sinster looking. I like the skull and cross bones clasp on her purse. It's a nice touch.

-Ryan

Alina Chau said...

love her wicked expression!! Great design!

goutwort said...

Man, this is awesome.

I'm also really impressed with the gouache painting in your moleskine. As fun as it is to say, I have never been able to make that stuff work for me.

vikram said...

Hi Craig! Thanx 4 visiting my blog.U also have lots of versatility in ur work. I liked ur blog.

CHEERS!!!

VIKRAM

mackaydesign said...

Thanks again for your comments, everybody.

victoriaying said...

really fabulous

insert name here said...

this is really interesting!

Simon

Rachel said...

Great touch.
That's one little old lady you wouldn't want to mug!
And thanks for visiting my blog!