Pale Yellow: Day 63


Happy Friday, everyone. Nothing too fancy for today’s drawing as I was away from my home when I did this one. This image will probably end up more cartoony than creepy as that’s what tends to happen with my stuff. That’s what I’m assuming anyways. I’m not sure if I’m going to do any more pen on this one though. I want to try something different so I’m going to try and fill the rest in with grey’s and blacks and the eyes are probably going to be a pale yellow. So not very colorful! I might change my mind though when tomorrow comes.

I’ve been chatting a lot with my friends and family about horror style movies. A lot of the conversations have been about what we grew up with, and what their kids are growing up with now. I remember growing up watching things like Nightmare on Elmstreet and Child’s Play. I was only like 7 or 8 maybe when I watched Child’s Play. I loved that movie, for some reason. I grew up later avoiding scary doll movies though. So not sure what happened there.

So, not just sticking with a horror theme, what movies did you grow up with? Is there just one that sticks in your memory? Maybe something you haven’t seen since, or ended up hating later on in life maybe. Steven King’s Maximum Overdrive and the aforementioned Child’s Play are a couple of mine.


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  • Brad Thornhill

    It’s creepy as it is Robert >< lol well for sure the prequel movies of star wars are ones I loved growing up,I don't so much hate them now they just don't fit nicely with the originals they feel more like an after thought or I guess more like a before thought haha let's hope episode 7 lives up to the hype 🙂

    • 7 Hasn’t come out yet, but it’s a year closer than when you wrote this comment! It seems like it’s going to live up to the hype. Or …at least most of it. Trailers have been very well received.