Ahh. It's always fun to get back to my horror pieces. I know I've done quite a few pin-up pieces at Klicknation/Bioware Social/Capitol Games, but painting relatively attractive females is fairly new to me. The work I've done for most of my career, and going back to when I was a kid, was always weird monster work. People like Jack Davis, Graham Ingels, and Bernie Wrightson were my first major influences. And Mad magazine. Weird, zany over the top horror is always the most fun for me to do.
I'm a little unsure if this is considered Mature Content, as it's just so immature. I don't enjoy doing things that relate to real-life horror, as I want my stuff to be silly, and not disturbing and upsetting like real-life trauma tends to be. I want my stuff to be fun, spooky, or zany. I don't want my work to remind people of the real horrors they face, or have faced in their life.