Now that we're well into the holiday season I thought it would be fun to take a giant left turn and stop by the ole' apocalyptic arena. Nothing aids in rising those holiday spirits like thoughts of long gleeful lines of impatient customers and the occasional zombie or burning vehicle. Tis the season tis it not?
Well, to help get those thoughts churning we have here an illustration for issue #111 of the delightfully suspenseful sci-fi horror magazine known as Space and Time. It's based upon the words found in the exciting short story July 10th, written by one Mr. Vaughn Wright.
For myself this one was very much a tale of "labor of love". Fishing through the story, tracking down tidbits of visual notes for what to include, what not to include, and how to include it. Then rendering it all in Windsor & Newton black Indian ink on one of my personal favorites, Borden & Riley #234 Paris paper. Definitely good times and hopefully you may enjoy it a little as well.
Thanks all and talk with ya soon!