Artist turns childhood characters into monsters
The Monsters Ring by Bruce CovilleIt all starts when Russell Crannaker buys a monsters ring from weird old Mr. Elives. Russell is sure the ring is just a silly magic trick -- but he follows the instructions anyway, and slips it on his finger. Then he whispers the magic chant, twists the ring once, and suddenly hes sprouting horns! Hair covers his face and hands. Russell has become...a monster! Russell quickly learns how to change back and forth from human to monster. But he hasnt paid enough attention to the directions, and when he puts on the ring on the night of a full moon, and twists it three times, Russell realizes hes gone too far....
Childhood cartoon characters turned into monsters
Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. Do you remember your favorite cartoon character from your childhood? Whether it was a talking yellow sponge or a teddy bear with a sweet tooth, we bet that your favorite childhood characters were rather cuddly and cute. But what if we told you that there exist scary and twisted versions of traditionally adorable cartoon characters? Well, and it doesn't really matter if they exist in one artist's mind only, now does it?
Sorry – it's time to shatter all those memories to a billion pieces, thanks to artist who turns childhood characters into horrible monsters. That artist goes by the.
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Some people create fan art for their favorite superheroes or TV series. Author and illustrator Aaron Zenz creates fan art of kids' monster drawings., The Monster Project sees artists from around the world take drawings of monsters done by children and redraw them in their own style.
If you've watched Stranger Things then you'll know about the upside-down, a kind of parallel world that is similar to our own but one that habors a terrifying demon that feeds off humans. It's also a place you could imagine Deviant Art user Disse86 's spins on popular characters might inhabit. Because he takes childhood favorites, like the characters from Winnie the Pooh, and turns them into monsters. Cuddly Tigger, for instance, becomes an insect-eyed, tentacled nightmare. Eeyore is covered in boils and his stomach is ruptured while a pool of blood surrounds him.