Saturday, October 17, 2009


Later this year Renegade Arts Entertainment will release the first in a series of prints drawn by among others, Frank Quietly, Mark Buckingham and Leigh Gallagher.

The launch set is inspired by Doug Bradley's Spine Chiller audibooks, artworks with a horror and Gothic bent/bias.
When invited to contribute i had no problem saying YES!, but then i faced the frustration of drawing 'whatever i want', making a CHOICE, not always as easy as you'd think. Then one winter evening after a zillionth viewing of Dracula Prince of Darkness, it seemed obvious, like giant blood dripping letters obvious - HAMMER!

No, not the guy in the baggy pants.

This snarling undead darling is especially for Indio, good bloke and a terrifically twisted talent, go look, but beware those of a nervous and fragile disposition, since you'll be ripped blubbering and screaming from your sheltered life.


Mark Buckingham said...

Great News,Oak!

I look forward to the set. Very cool to find myself included!

I love the vampire girl image! Beautiful dynamic composition!


Gary Crutchley said...

You is getting damned good at this colouring lark.
Corker of an image we've come to expect from ya talented self.

Neil D Vokes said...

Beautiful piece,Shane!
Our shared Hammer influences rest well on you...;o)

Laughing Indio said...

HUBBA! HUBBA! And a blood spattered crucifix to boot, I couldnt ask for more!

paulhd said...

Yeah, that's blummin' fantastic!

Belle Dee said...

Wonderful! As usual!

Rob Davis said...

Nice. So much energy in your work, Shane.

Oh, and "do anything you like" is just about the hardest brief there is.

Brian Lue Sang said...

Very cool, Shane!

shane oakley said...

tis me pleasure,thankyou one and all for the kind words.