Halloween is here! Judging by our feeds, some of us had fun partying since it was during the Weekend even though the official day is today. Hope you’ll have some energy left to do some more Trick & Treating tonight. For the occasion, we would love to feature this exclusive video made by François Fortin especially for Halloween. What a treat! François is based in Montreal, Canada (Like me) and he used a number of Adobe tools such as Photoshop, Fuse CC (Preview) and Illustrator to create a world filled with zombies, ghouls, and skeletons. Hope you will enjoy! My background is photography so Photoshop and Lightroom were my main tools, then I started doing video with Final Cut and then animation with After Effects wich was Photoshop with a timeline. Then a couple years ago, I started to do some 3D work with Cinema 4D lite that came with After Effects. I did a few projects incorporating 3D with simple elements. Early this year, I had a video clip project where a wanted to have 3D characters. But doing character creation and animation was too complex for me. Then I discovered Adobe Fuse for character creation with the Mixamo website and it was a real life saver. The combination of Fuse, Mixamo, and Cinema 4D makes it possible for me. Before that, it wasn’t really conceivable to do that kind of work for me. Watch the Video Your browser does not support the video tag. Tools used for this Project Cinema 4D Adobe Fuse Mixamo Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator Octane for 3D Adobe After Effects Adobe Audition Pond 5 More information: http://francoisfortin.com.
Halloween! Whenever you like this holiday or not, it’s always a great time of year to see everyone get in disguise and taking the time to Trick and Treating, playing pranks and more fun stuff. Designers, we take a different route, always! That’s why I love this initiative from Logobaker to assemble designers/artists all over Europe to create a series of logotypes on the theme of Halloween. Spooky, cheesy, predictable, we can’t help to enjoy the different types of style that would apply to these logo designs. We took the liberty to feature all of them instead of a few, hope you will enjoy! This collections has been created by designers from Logobaker community to celebrate Halloween. We hope you enjoyt it! More information on this project via Behance.
Even though halloween is already past, I found this amazing artist over the weekend and I had to share her work. The most amazing face paintings I've ever seen before. Check it out! For more from Jordan Hanz follow her on instagram @jordanhanz.
I know, I know, not the ~design~ post you'd expect, but if there's a day not to be serious, it's Halloween. It definitely is a day to have fun and to fool around, and I've always thought dogs in halloween costumes were super funny, so it was definitely a good idea to share with you some of these wide-eyed pups in costumes. Here you can see some very cute dogs wearing some unbelievable costumes... I gotta say my favorite is Chucky! Such creative folks! If your pets are also wearing a costume this Halloween, please share it with us! We'd love to see them. For more pictures of these cuties, please click each picture. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did. Have fun and have a happy Halloween. ;)
Halloween is around the corner so I decided to collect some really cool dribble shots from halloween. These illustrations are in mini size but they are super cool. Check them out! by Nikita by MUTI by 羊女走召 by Cuberto by Katya Prokofyeva by The Fox And King by Creativedash by Maria Keller by Graham Erwin by Glenn Jones by Den Parukedonos by Artua by Joey Ellis
It's halloween time and as we are less than two days away from this big celebration we selected some eerie looking photography. From dark and creepy trees to spooky abandoned houses, these photos convey that feeling of fear and angst, as if there is someone observing you from somewhere, maybe from the great beyond ;) Halloween or Hallowe'en, also known as Allhalloween, All Hallows' Eve, or All Saints' Eve, is a yearly celebration observed in a number of countries on 31 October, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows' Day.
Today on Abduzeedo, we are all about Halloween! Since most of us will be in costumes for the occasion, how about the characters from Disney too. Well, this is what talented artist and illustrator Isaiah Stephens did and it’s done beautifully. Our favorite Disney characters wears iconic outfits of heroes and villains from our favorite movies, TV shows, video games, and comic books. Aladdin All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Peter Pan All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Beast All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Flynn Rider All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Kida All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Wendy All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Giselle All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Tinkerbell All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Quasimodo All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Jane All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Megara All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Charlotte La Bouff All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Alice All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Cinderella All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Merida All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Jasmine All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Ariel All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Mulan All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Belle All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Snow White All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Rapunzel All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Pocahontas All Rights to Isaiah Stephens Links More info about Isaiah Stephens: http://isaiahstephens.deviantart.com/
Happy Halloween everyone, today I wanted to post something relative to this date so I found these awesome halloween party posters designed by Cape Town designer Ian Jepson. The posters are a mix of illustration, typography, and color with a hint of creepiness, check it out. For more from Ian Jepson visit ianjepson.co.za and behance.net/ianjepson. Friendly Ghosties Tour It Came From The Jungle: Halloween 2013 Halloween Extravaganza 2013
It's Halloween! We all have our ways of celebrating this holiday, some of us will do some trick-or-treating, attending costume parties, playing pranks, telling scary stories or like me watch some old horror movies. This is a showcase of retro horror posters of famous and not-so famous movies from the mid 30s until the late 80s. They are mostly illustrated but in my opinion are the most successful of expressing the emotions and triggering your imagination of fear. For more information on the movie posters, simply click on the image and you'll be redirected to IMDB Site (Internet Movie Database). Michael Jackson's Thriller Video Clip
This past weekend was Halloween and everyone got dressed up to celebrate this crazy date. Here is a fresh selection of halloween portraits, very cool costumes and if you did enjoy your halloween on a costume please send you photo on the comment area. by isto-ica by ryunosuke8025 by Guttormur Ingi by Photos by Dash by tiffanycsteinke by tibchris by mchasesteely by Steve Glashier by JeremyHall by Corinne Alexandra by Corinne Alexandra by Lou Bert by Lou Bert by ToFuGuns by ToFuGuns by Jon W. Howson by oNe.SwEeT.wOrLd by smw photography by Rafee H. by simaruba by S T E 7 E N
A jack-o'-lantern is typically a carved pumpkin. It is associated chiefly with the holiday Halloween, and was named after the phenomenon of strange light flickering over peat bogs, called ignis fatuus or jack-o'-lantern. In a jack-o'-lantern, typically the top is cut off, and the inside flesh then scooped out; an image, usually a monstrous face, is carved onto the outside surface, and the lid replaced. At night, a light is placed inside to illuminate the effect - Wikipedia. I know we are far from Halloween, but after seeing several pictures of pumpkin art, with so many different characters and designs that I had to create a post with them. chaoskomori joh-wee spikewolfwood joh-wee kamose ceemdee yoshi-warrior joh-wee vampirehimora zohnii myaen joh-wee kamose revelation-six punkbouncer faerlyte mediaklepto ibethepirate 7anya ego-sum-mihi And the funniest: mdcrinos About the Author Hey buddies! I'm Marcos Torres, a 19 years old art director/freelancer from Brazil, I'm here to bring some new interessant stuff to you. You can see my portfolio at http://flickr.com/marcostorres. Any request or jobs oportunities send to email@example.com, also follow me on twitter
This is probably one of the most common posts on Halloween, but I couldn't just turn my cinephile side down. And it isn't all about posters itself, but it's about good, classic movies. There are some horror movies that are part of my childhood, and building this post was actually pretty fun, 'cause I got to remember some badass horror flicks. From Candyman to the Amytville Horror, there are so many classics that it's really worth taking a look at this list just to remember how horrors were really cool sometime ago, and how we need a serious reboot for the entire genre for better quality movies. Of course, some of these are not that old, some are teenage horror (like the Faculty) but still, got me the goosebumps at some point of my life. Also, there are oldies and its remakes, like Romeros' zombie classics, and a bunch of first ones (usually, horror sequels suck bad, like the Scream ones). Hope you all enjoy it, and remember these awesome flicks! Cheers! ;) The only horror trilogy that is actually pretty damn scary.
It's the Halloween week, and even though we don't celebrate it here in Brazil we can see all over the internet posts about it. That's why we decided to write this article and select some of the coolest vintage Halloween images. Halloween has its origins in the ancient Celtic festival known as Samhain (Irish pronunciation: [?s?aun?]; from the Old Irish samain). The festival of Samhain is a celebration of the end of the harvest season in Gaelic culture, and is sometimes regarded as the "Celtic New Year"] Traditionally, the festival was a time used by the ancient pagans to take stock of supplies and slaughter livestock for winter stores. The ancient Gaels believed that on October 31, now known as Halloween, the boundary between the alive and the deceased dissolved, and the dead become dangerous for the living by causing problems such as sickness or damaged crops. The festivals would frequently involve bonfires, into which bones of slaughtered livestock were thrown. Costumes and masks were also worn at the festivals in an attempt to mimic the evil spirits or placate them. Source: Wikipedia.