Meg Foster in They Live
       
     
Barbara Crampton in We Are Still Here
       
     
Zarabeth Psychic to the Stars
       
     
Elvira Mistress of the Dark
       
     
Judy from Sleepaway Camp
       
     
Vivia from Killer Party
       
     
Delores Salk National Lampoons Class Reunion
       
     
Just Call Me Billie Adrienne Barbeau CreepShow
       
     
Barb from Stranger Things
       
     
Chris from Ninja 3: Domination
       
     
Muffy and Buffy from April Fools Day
       
     
Sandy the Waitress from Friday the 13th
       
     
Joan Cusack as Deb in Addams Family Values
       
     
Ingrid the Usherette from Demons
       
     
Jennifer Rubin in Drop Dead Gorgeous
       
     
Lisa Wilcox as Alice in Nightmare on Elm Street
       
     
Michelle Pfeiffer as Cat Woman in Batman Returns
       
     
Linnea Quigley as Spider in Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-o-Rama
       
     
Meg Foster in Twilight Zone Dreams for Sale
       
     
Craig Thomas as Ben in Friday the 13th Part 7
       
     
Kevin Spirtas as Nick in Friday the 13th Part 7
       
     
Peter Barton in Friday the 13th
       
     
Russell Todd in Friday the 13th Part 2
       
     
Tom McBride in Friday the 13th
       
     
Thom Matthews in Friday the 13th Jason Lives
       
     
William Butler in Friday the 13th Part 7
       
     
Phyllis Smith as Betty Broderick-Allen in The OA
       
     
Tiffany Shepis and Jeff Dylan Graham
       
     
Meg Foster in They Live
       
     
Meg Foster in They Live

Legendary horror actress Meg Foster in They Live. Her eyes were both a blessing and a curse in her casting options, but she is iconic in every role she’s in! We don’t deserve such a powerhouse actress.

Graphite and marker drawing on paper

Barbara Crampton in We Are Still Here
       
     
Barbara Crampton in We Are Still Here

Horror royalty, Barbara has been killing it in the industry since the 80s! I love that she can combine horror and humor to create very moving roles. I’m looking forward to what she brings us next.

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Zarabeth Psychic to the Stars
       
     
Zarabeth Psychic to the Stars

Between bubblegum pops and trips to the record store at the mall, she's got all the demons/ghosts/presidential candidates on the line. Zarabeth played by the delightful Kathleen Wilhoite steals the show as a bubblegum popping, wisecracking psychic in Kevin Tenney's 1986 Witchboard

Elvira Mistress of the Dark
       
     
Elvira Mistress of the Dark

The amazing and spooktacular Elvira, Mistress of the Dark! Played the talented and creative dynamo Cassandra Peterson.

Copic marker on paper.

Judy from Sleepaway Camp
       
     
Judy from Sleepaway Camp

Oh Judy, a winner with clear communication skills, good hair, and a certain city charm. She tried her best to push the other campers to succeed, but unfortunately they can’t all be winners. Played by the charismatic Karen Fields, who is still high-kicking her way into our hearts today.

Copic marker on paper.

Vivia from Killer Party
       
     
Vivia from Killer Party

Vivia, played by Sherry Willis-Burch, is one of my favorite characters in a slasher film. She's funny, smart, adventurous, and an absolute delight.... plus she chops a good head.

 

Copic marker on paper.

Delores Salk National Lampoons Class Reunion
       
     
Delores Salk National Lampoons Class Reunion

National Lampoon or National Treasure! Delores is the strongest argument for satanism besides cats.  Played by the perfect Zane Buzby.

Just Call Me Billie Adrienne Barbeau CreepShow
       
     
Just Call Me Billie Adrienne Barbeau CreepShow

Not only does she know where all the best shops are, she's a beautiful diamond in a sea of brown suits.
Wilma forever.

Copic marker on paper.

Barb from Stranger Things
       
     
Barb from Stranger Things

Barb from Stranger Things played by the talented Shannon Purser for my newest addition to my Horror Icon series. Barb is the only character I’ve drawn from a recent film or show, but she encapsulates everything I look for. She’s stunning, unforgettable, a little awkward, and literally steals the show with very (too) limited screen time.


Image from my original drawing with graphite and Markers on paper as part of my horror icons series

Chris from Ninja 3: Domination
       
     
Chris from Ninja 3: Domination

Lucinda Dickey does it all as an aerobic teaching, patrick nagel decorating, arcade game owning, phone company working, ninja assassin.  A dream career of cheerleader camp, breakin, grease 2, and ninja 3, she is absolutely perfect for my horror icon series.

 

Copic marker and graphite on paper.

Muffy and Buffy from April Fools Day
       
     
Muffy and Buffy from April Fools Day

One of my favorite childhood actresses Deborah Foreman in one of my favorite childhood movies April Fools Day (1986) as the murderous ? Twins ? Muffy and Buffy!

Image from my original drawing with graphite and Markers on paper as part of my horror icons series

Sandy the Waitress from Friday the 13th
       
     
Sandy the Waitress from Friday the 13th

The absolutely endearing Sandy. Sally Anne Golden steals the movie as the warm hearted waitress in the original Friday the 13th.


Image from my original drawing with graphite and Markers on paper as part of my horror icons series

Joan Cusack as Deb in Addams Family Values
       
     
Joan Cusack as Deb in Addams Family Values

So I killed. So I maimed. So I destroyed one innocent life after another. Aren't I a human being? Don't I yearn and ache...and shop? Don't I deserve love...and jewelry?

The amazing Joan Cusack as Debbie, a perfect angel.

Graphite and Marker on Paper

Ingrid the Usherette from Demons
       
     
Ingrid the Usherette from Demons

Nicoletta Elmi as the mysterious Ingrid, the usherette, in one of my all time favorites Demons (1985). Her character is so striking, and no matter how many times I watch the movie, I have to ask myself, "is she? isn't she? what the heck is her story?" Out of context though, she may look like she is dressed as a keebler elf.

 

copic marker and graphite on paper

Jennifer Rubin in Drop Dead Gorgeous
       
     
Jennifer Rubin in Drop Dead Gorgeous

The talented Jennifer Rubin as Allie Holton, in the smash hit (at least on the USA network) Drop Dead Gorgeous, struggling to survive as she navigates the dangerous life of a supermodel with a kitten!

graphite and marker drawing on paper

Lisa Wilcox as Alice in Nightmare on Elm Street
       
     
Lisa Wilcox as Alice in Nightmare on Elm Street

Lisa brings both a quite strength and a nice amount of smart-ass wit to her role as Alice the dream warrior in Nightmare on Elm Street 4 and 5.

Graphite and Marker on paper

Michelle Pfeiffer as Cat Woman in Batman Returns
       
     
Michelle Pfeiffer as Cat Woman in Batman Returns

Everything about her is perfect in every way. Michelle Pfeiffer portrays the most iconic character and performance in the batman universe. Unfortunately today, her fight is more relevant than ever.

Graphite and marker on paper

Linnea Quigley as Spider in Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-o-Rama
       
     
Linnea Quigley as Spider in Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-o-Rama

“Eat Shit”

Linnea is a legend in her own right. One of the hardest working actresses, she has put out a movie at least once a year since she started making movies in the 70s. Kind and talented, I can’t wait to see what she does next.

Pencil and marker on paper

Meg Foster in Twilight Zone Dreams for Sale
       
     
Meg Foster in Twilight Zone Dreams for Sale

Iconic Meg Foster again in a proto-black mirror episode of the Twilight Zone called Dreams for Sale. She works hard and dreams even harder. And just maybe she finds a little happiness for herself.

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Craig Thomas as Ben in Friday the 13th Part 7
       
     
Craig Thomas as Ben in Friday the 13th Part 7

Ben was just there to have a good time. Unfortunately so was Jason.

Craig Thomas is one of 5 out actors that starred in Friday the 13th Part 7: The New Blood.

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Kevin Spirtas as Nick in Friday the 13th Part 7
       
     
Kevin Spirtas as Nick in Friday the 13th Part 7

Maybe Nick was just another of Tina's delusions, but then again, maybe we all are

Kevin Spirtas is one of 5 out actors that starred in Friday the 13th Part 7; The New Blood.

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Peter Barton in Friday the 13th
       
     
Peter Barton in Friday the 13th

Another iconic shower scene. Peter Barton is no stranger to horror with his roles in Friday the 13th The Final Chapter and a personal favorite Hell Night.

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Russell Todd in Friday the 13th Part 2
       
     
Russell Todd in Friday the 13th Part 2

the hunkiest of the friday the 13th hunks, what else is there to say!

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Tom McBride in Friday the 13th
       
     
Tom McBride in Friday the 13th

Tom McBride, an openly gay actor who passed away from AIDS complications in 1995, as Mark, the wheelchair bound babe from Friday the 13th part 2 (1981). He arguably has the most iconic and unrelenting death in the series. Gone too soon.

graphite and marker on paper.

Thom Matthews in Friday the 13th Jason Lives
       
     
Thom Matthews in Friday the 13th Jason Lives

Thom Matthews as the most adult version of Tommy Jarvis, a life long nemesis of Jason Voorhees. Thom has many great roles in horror including Return of the Living Dead 1 and 2.

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William Butler in Friday the 13th Part 7
       
     
William Butler in Friday the 13th Part 7

This birthday boy thought he had a surprise party to look forward to, instead he got a surprise tent spike to the spine.

William Butler is one of 5 out actors that starred in Friday the 13th Part 7; The New Blood. He has appeared in many horror films including Night of the Living Dead and Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3. He’s also a talented director.

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Phyllis Smith as Betty Broderick-Allen in The OA
       
     
Phyllis Smith as Betty Broderick-Allen in The OA

Phyllis Smith is a god damn angel and her role in the OA is both brave and endearing. This drawing is the exact moment she turns around to save her friends.

Digital drawing

Tiffany Shepis and Jeff Dylan Graham
       
     
Tiffany Shepis and Jeff Dylan Graham

Two of horror’s indie darlings. Both talented actors and friends, they have been in just about everything.

Graphite and marker on paper.