What was supposed to be an experiment because I never know if I'll succeed in doing what I've planned, turned out to be an awesome (by my standards) fake movie poster for indie game "Lakeview Cabin Collection".
This is what's written about it on Steam's store page:
"Relive the horror movies of the 70's and 80's by answering the question: What would you do if you found yourself in a slasher film?
The Lakeview Cabin Collection is an exploration of the world of cult horror movies through sandbox gameplay.
You find yourself at the beautiful Lakeview Cabin with a handful of companions,
and enough toys and supplies to make your weekend a blast!
But when eldritch horrors crawl out from the lake, youíll need to blast, shoot, chop and burn your way to survive.
Play as four companions as they use anything they can find to survive in a horror experience
unlike any other."
What I truly like about this game and why it drew me to draw something is the fact it truly delivers - it IS the ultimate slasher simulator!
More about the game and info where to buy it at www.lakeviewcabingame.com/
Roope Tamminen, the one man developing and publishing machine is a cool guy and you should follow him on Twitter at Hypnohustler. Turns out he's also at rtamminen.deviantart.com/ and that my drawing resembles his poster art in the fact we both drew blonde mustache guy with one eye closed! :D :D :D I swear, honest to God and Devil this is a pure coincidence, but I totally like that character and I always try to make him survive (yet I always fail).
Anyway, go try to survive, this is one GREAT GAME!
Drawing time: ~2 hours
Equipment: Pen, technical pen, scanner, Photoshop for letters.
Photo filters: None
Additional photo manipulation: Cropped the sides because I didn't scan it perfectly.