Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Teen Wolf


Here's an illustration I did a little while back for Covered, the blog where illustrators reinterpret already printed comic book covers. It turned out to be a little too much of a deviation from the original theme so I'm working on a new one that I'll submit soon. In the mean time here is the Teen Wolf/Vault of Horror I came up with. Enjoy.

13 comments:

Brian Taylor Illustration said...

Awesome, man. I love it. I did a Batman / Detective Comics cover for the blog, which'll be up Aug. 31st.

thomas pitilli said...

Nice! That Covered site is pretty cool, I had alot of fun working on mine, looks like you had fun too.

Dominic Bugatto said...

too funny.

alex fine illustration said...

Thanks, this one was the most fun drawing I've worked on in a while.

Brian-I'll definitely check it out, I'm sure it will be awesome.

Thomas-Your cover was great. It definitely stands out.

Dominic-thanks, sometimes I'm a sucker for 80's references.

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