digital cover art for "Flesh and Blood", short story by Jay Bell, www.jaybellbooks.com
This was a great cover for Flesh & Blood, and it makes a great Halloween mini-poster as well. I have been using it as my desktop wallpaper all day. I like his furry little paws, his jagged claws, his luminescent eyes, his sinewy arms, the papillae on his tongue, the way he’s salivating, the forced perspective of him lunging toward the observer, the way the second moon is worked into the holiday message, the red mist, and the fact that at the very center of this picture is the werewolf’s uvula. He’s going to eat me! You have a unique style and I like how you are able to play with proportion. I still can’t figure out how your interpretation of a werewolf managed to be both cute and scary at the same time, but the dichotomy between the two is very effective. As always, this is very nice work.
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