Ok, let's flex some creative muscle and get busy with your zombie pencil drawings. Like other make believe creatures, zombies are a wide open road to explore your drawing technique and find a new angle to represent the mythical being your own way.
Rather than sketches and paintings, most zombie imagery comes from film, so your zombie drawings are going to be new, innovated and a cool work of art.
So, just what is a zombie and how does it differ from other spooky dudes? The folklore story of the zombie is a relatively new one, so the tale is ripe for a tweaking as you see fit. However, the framework for a zombie is an animated dead human being. Because we believe zombies were once people, you can take your zombie body any direction you want. Short or tall, blonde or bald. Create your zombie at any age, gender or nationality. The best part is working in to the face some interesting character features.
Zombie Art In Pop Culture
White Zombie was released in 1932 and the zombie movie craze had begun. This popular spook would inspire hundreds of Hollywood films and even Michael Jackson's Thriller video. From the artful mind of George Romero and his Night of the Living Dead series to Zombieland, zombies have a knack to capture the spotlight. Some zombies are frightful monsters and others are a kin to a stand-up comedian. So have fun with your zombie artwork and break the mold when it comes to being clever. Zombies are cool and can be anything you want them to be.
*Night Of The Living Dead
*Day Of the Day
*Dawn Of the Dead (The original from 1978.
*Zombies in a shopping mall. Way cool.)
*Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things
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