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B is for Brundlefly

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In an effort to put more of my love of horror and monsters in my art, I’m making an alphabetical bestiary of movie monsters. I’m also experimenting with some mediums I don’t normally use.


Our second entry is from my favorite horror film, The Fly. It’s one of the sickest and most tragic monsters out there. Not to mention the practical effects were incredible on this! I’ve always wanted to do fanart of this creature, but didn’t have a lot of faith in my ability. Until now!

I tried making this one more of a scene than the last piece, cause you have to include the Telepod in Fly fanart.


Made with watercolor, ink, colored pencils and acrylics.

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I know the first Fly movie did better but I think the second one resonated with me more as I cared more about the main protagonist. Gawd, the "dog scene" is heart breaking but at least karma catches up in the end! This is friggin awesome,btw!

Armorwing responds:

Thanks for sharing! While I do like the first one better, I also like some aspects of the second one. Definitely going for a more sympathetic protagonist that didn't become an antagonist.

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