Lately I’ve been playing around with some gothic’ish clothing/costume ideas, just for fun really. I haven’t done a lot so far, but here’s a few of the things I’ve been working on. As I say, these are really just for fun, they’re more an exercise, knocking ideas and themes around, than actually for anything. Some are just quick photoshop treatments of sketches from my sketchbook, some done directly in photoshop with my wacom tablet.
- This started life as a quick sketch to see what a red/black polka dot cravat or scarf would look like. I ended up with this highly cliched speed painting. The skulls at top right is an idea for cuff-links I’m playing with.
Some gothic clothing/costume design ideas, focusing on silhouette (obviously).
I had this really peculiar dream where I was with this strange goth girl and we were searching for some elusive goth club called ‘The werewolf’s victims club’. There was something about these strange knife and fork (the club cutlery? lol) with swirling red and white striped handles, like boiled sweets. Very strange. I woke up with the words The werewolf’s victims club and pretty much this image in my mind. Odd? yep! Disturbing? Yeah kinda haha
This started life as a quick sketch to see what a red/black polka dot cravat or scarf would look like. I ended up with this highly cliched speed painting. The skulls at top right is an idea for cuff-links I’m playing with.
A ‘witch hunter’ sort of character I did in my sketch book and decided to have a go at colouring in photoshop. Inspired in part by concept art I saw somewhere for Warhammer ‘Witch hunter’ characters and ‘Solomon Kane’
Well hope you enjoyed that little taste of the macabre :p (well hardly) Who knows, perhaps more shall follow.
Until next time, be takingk care oft dien slelfs mein childrenz of ze nacht! Be sfinking oft me vhen du ist lyingk in dien kasketses bedie-bys ja? Ich vill be sfinkink oft du mien dearses! ;p
(sorry to any German speakers, that obviously isn’t meant to be correct, but rather parody the classic trope of sudo-Eastern European vampires.)
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