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Dracula by JohnHLynch Dracula by JohnHLynch
This piece was created using oils on canvas. Part of a series on the old Universal horror movies. This was completed in two 6 hr sittings.

Frankenstein - [link]
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olh212 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2010
This is a great piece I would love for you to post the Frankenstein!
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JohnHLynch Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2010
Thanks for the comment and finally here is the Frankenstein pic.
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terverius Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2009
Love the old movie poster feel to this! The red eyes stand out nicely against the blue.
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JohnHLynch Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2009
Thanks for the comment. The blue colour came about after I took the photo and adjusted it in Photoshop, the original is all in shades of grey except for the eyes. I have also done a Frankenstein but just can't get a good photo of it yet.
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terverius Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2009
Nice!! The adjustment through Photoshop made it that much more interesting. ^^

I know about taking pictures of paintings!!! It's very hard to get a good one. I did a charcoal drawing a while back of Bela Lugosi, that wouldn't scan, and ended up having to take an Awful photo of it! Even Photoshop couldn't help it. :D
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ShatteredSwords Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2009  Professional General Artist
This Wonderful Deviation have been featured in CELEBRATING Vampire Icons: [link] :love:
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JohnHLynch Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2009
Thanks for the feature and a great collection.
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VOLIVOD Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2008
Wow, First comment :D I love Bela... This is totally beautiful :devil:
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JohnHLynch Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2008
Thanks, it is the start of a series I am doing on the old universal horror creatures, next up is Boris Karloffs Frankenstein and then the Lon Chaney Werewolf.
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