"Attack The Block" Drawing & Monster Love

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Postby Alex » Sat Aug 06, 2011 7:47 pm

Occasionally I will stumble upon something that will be so inspiring that I feel I have to shove everything to the side and just start scribbling. Well, this weekend is one of those times. I saw Joe Cornish’s alien-invasion movie “Attack The Block” the other day and I was so refreshingly blown away by it I couldn’t stop thinking about it, so I drew this for funsies:

If you are anywhere within atomic-bomb-fallout distance from one of the few theaters that is showing “Attack The Block” I highly suggest you do your eyes and heart a favor and go see it. Edgar Wright (Director of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim and who is showing ALL 3 OF THOSE MOVIES AT THE CASTRO IN SF IN A FEW WEEKS!!!) is one of the executive producers so it pretty much goes without saying that this is another well-deserved notch on his champion “i make awesome things” belt.
Oh and the Gorilla-Wolf-Lookin’ Things in the movie have now been added to my growing watercolor portrait archive of “MY FAVORITE MONSTERS” and this one is now available to buy on our webstore. CLICK HERE or on the pic to purchase:

In case you can’t tell, I liked this movie. A lot. The end. Go See it:)
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Postby DaCrum » Sun Aug 07, 2011 2:07 am

I remember this one time, I was at Disneyland as I usually am, tramping around... I think it was by the Alice ride, when I saw a group of guys, every single one of them wearing Zerofriends gear, hats, shirts and such. I wonder if that was the closest I got to actually meeting you. Bizarre.
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Postby Wulfespinndel » Mon Aug 08, 2011 12:39 pm

Damn, that's a badass pic you've drawn there, Alex.
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