Horror Triad: Victor's Monster

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Horror Triad: Victor's Monster

Author Comments

This is the first of three art pieces I did for my Horror film class at SVA, taught by Roy Frumkes. For our visual project to present on the day of the final class, we had to do up to three fully-rendered pieces of characters and scenarios related to the movies we saw.

This first one is of course of Dr. Victor Frankenstein's monster. My concept of doing three characters Christopher Lee portrayed led me to choose him, Dracula and Imhotep. However, this clearly is based more on the Boris Karlov Frankenstein Monster, which most people are familiar with. I rolled with the concept of his body being constructed from various parts of human corpses, so I did this whole "patchwork" thing for him and tried to mix and match various textures I had collected or photographed from different places. I think this is the weakest of the three as far as the art goes, but it was definitely the funnest to experiment with.


I can't believe so many people like this! It's truly something new and unique from you! I admit that it doesn't look that much like something you'd make, but it's still awesome. It's great to know you're into old movies. That's one of my passions as well. Then again, I just love all films in general.

I thought he kind of looked like a clown in this. It's just all the different colors around his hair. It's hard to even tell that you made this. How fortunate that I reviewed this in October. You are just so creative.

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2.75 / 5.00

May 13, 2011 | 3:20 PM EDT
File Info
1647 x 2184 px
2.4 mb

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