Tuesday, October 16, 2012

31 Monsters in 31 Days: Day 16 Vampire

Vampire - Copyright © 2012 Kevin P. Johnson

Vampire . . . yeah we all know about those blood suckers from the movies and True Blood but sometimes vampires appear as cartoon characters and I figured I'd make up one . . . I present you Brad Vlad and his friend Louis Ville Bat.

This was drawn on  part of a page of 11" x 17" Bristol Board with Sharpie Marker and colored using Adobe Photoshop.

Kevin P. Johnson

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  1. why one fang? what happened to the other one? i know there's a story behind it...

  2. First off who is Anonymous?

    Second off . . . well the story is mostly I thought it would be funny to have one really big fang instead of two but a story could be made up quickly for you (whoever you may be) so Brad Vald was down on his luck and could not find a job until one day when he came across an ad for a tuna can opener operator. When the machine broke down Brad saved the day by using his fangs to open the cans. This lasted a while until one day a particularly tough can of tuna came through his line and Brad thought no can of tuna was too tough for his fangs and he bit into to it and with a snap his favorite fang broke off causing Brad to go on disability and he became the laughing stock of the vampire community.

  3. First off... this is cherie h. from facebook :) sorry! (I don't have any accounts that are listed in the drop-down.) I love the tuna can story. It's much more interesting than anything I could've thought of!

  4. Third off . . . I think I'm on third off . . . I love me some Cherie H. from Facebook. I'm pretty sure that is the only tuna story I ever have told . . . just think if I had taken my time to write it.

  5. :) you're creative, maybe you should write too!

  6. thank you . . . I do write my own comics (when I'm doing that) but I can't seem to get people interested in anything I do and it gets really frustrating. That being said I'm about to work on a comic that was a little 8 page (8 panel) mini-comic I did a few years ago called Little Ghostly Ted and make it into a full length comic book.