Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, BEETLEJUICE!!! A commission I did for a friend. This was so much fun to draw and have fun with. For fans of both the movie and the cartoon there are lots of easter eggs in this picture. See if you can find them all
I LOVE IT
1. GINGER THE TAP DANCING SPIDER
2. MONSTER ACROSS THE STREET'S HOUSE
3. TIM BURTON TOMBSTONE
4. MOVIE COUPLES TOMBSTONE
HOW MANY DID I GET?
You missed 2. Jacques LaLean the Skeleton and the original writer of Beetlejuice's gravestone
Michael McDowell, Tim Burton, and I can't read the other gravestone.
Btw, is the spider supposed to be Ginger??
BeetleJuice Has Hosted A Graveyard Revue With The Universal Monsters!
i found tim burton's tombstone!
Beetlejuice: " hey man, you look a little thin!"
Ssssexy! Awesome picture here! You did a wonderful job with everything!
Haha well I think that's the first time I've heard someone call this picture sexy, but I'll take the compliment just the same
okay you have made my day!! I love it!!!!
I miss my childhood now....
I see Tim's tombstone, Michael's tombstone... I think that's Monster's house... I think I've seen that angel in The Nightmare Before Christmas. It looks familiar. And is that spider Ginger?!
You got a lot of the easter eggs but not all of them. The Angel wasn't an easter egg just a generic graveyard tombstone
Jesus, forgot the Maitland's tombstone...
I love your version of beetlejuice! - very cool
I LOVE IT!!!
Thank you! I had a lot of fun with it for sure. Took me about 3 days
And you made this with traditional tools?
Traditional-ish. My process depends on the colors I need for the project. I draw, ink and shade all using traditional media such as pencils, inking pens and copics. Then I scan the picture into photoshop and If there's a color I don't have in copics I play around with the variations to get the right colors. If you check out my Tank Girl that was all copics. On this one for example though the grey shading and the green was done with copics and the rest of the colors were manipulations of the greytone copic shades I had already laid down. You can see this process on my Darkness piece (both B/W and color version are up) Or go to Adam Hughes page he has a tutorial on this process and he is who I learned the process from
Nice touch with the graves.
This is beautiful work.
I love it! This is one of my favorite cartoon from my childhood. And the colors, the line. ^ ^
Really brilliant work Dan! My fav, so I fav'd it.