Now, I know I’ve seen this devil cyclops somewhere before, so I have to give credit where it’s due, even if I’m not sure who did it originally. My initial inspiration for this was seeing some Halloween decorations around my neighbourhood. Quite a few people have shrunken heads hanging around. I imagined someone who has decorated their house with such things all year round and took it a step further with it being the hanging, shrunken head of a devil of some sort.

Do you want to know one of the reasons I love using dusty drawing materials? It’s messy and the material always leaves its own contributions to my work. I feel like I’m collaborating with a more experienced artist. In this case, when I tilt the page to blow off the charcoal & dry pastel dust, it streaks across the page and adds texture and depth to my drawings. I love it.

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