zombie 145 - Charles

It's not Indiana Jones meets the walking dead, but a dude named Charles with an awesome, albeit chewed up, hat.

zombie 144 - Rob

I wanted to get a little more gory with Rob, so I plucked out his eye.
He didn't mind much.

zombie 143 - Britty

really starting to have fun with the splattered paint effect . I also like how the hair turned out on this one, If I was to go back and touch it up I would probably add a lot more ruin to the left side of the face and keep the other half blemish free. I might also soften up the cheekbones.

zombie 142

Trying things, starting to use highlights a little more.

zombie 141 - Bearman Cartoon

I really like how Bearman Cartoons turned out. It looks cartoony and a little creepy at the same time, and actually resembles his character too. Wins all around.

zombie 140 - Obed

This is Obed or Obi Debo ... he's got a big smile ...
I really let myself go on this one and there is a video of the whole painting process that I will upload to the internets soon.

zomnbie 139 - Meg

This is Meg ... and I don't really have much to say about Meg. She's undead and judging by that smile, really enjoying herself. Maybe its because her first meal was her asshat of a boss that always made her work the late shift and made inappropriate advances on her.

He deserved what he got.

zombie 138 - Charli

This is Charli and she is so hungry she ate her own lips off.
I've bitten my lip while eating before, but this is a little extreme.

zombie 137 - Brent

This is Brent,
his face got bent.
Tore off some flesh
and left a dent.

My rhymes are DOPE yo!!

This was made before I found the awesome white gel pens to add highlights like crazy.
Who else wants to be a zombie? Let me know.

zombie 136 - Jordan

With zombie 136, aka Jordan, was still having fun with the splatter style of art. I wasn't letting it dominate my work but it was really making its presence known.

zombie 135 - Sarah decayed

While the previous Sarah was still fairly fresh as a zombie this one is her, just later on, after the decay and rot has started to set in. She looks a little rough around the edges.

zombie 134 - Sarah

When little Sarah was turned in to a zombie, I went a little crazy with the splatter background, combining that effect with my regular art style. The final result turned out quite effective I think.
H/T to +Andre Vandal and +Karina Ruiz Diaz for funding this portrait.

zombie 132 - the Boss

During the course of the 1000 zombies project I have had many requests to draw and paint different people, animals, and even fictional characters, as zombies. This was the first request to paint someone's boss ... as a zombie clown.

At least the picture supplied had a clown wig ... I should have given him a clown nose too.

I really like how the hair turned out.

zombie 131 - lil Buddha

After +miri dunn  I really started to explore the splatter art and minimal pen work in the project. I think the little Buddha turned out really well.

zombie 130 - Miriam

Trying something a little different with Miriam ... yet the same.
This is simple watercolor paint on canvas then pen. 
Biggest difference is that it's canvas. 
Neat effect but not one I stuck with for long.

zombie 129 - Sean

This is Sean, the 129th zombie of the project. I went a little over board on the gore this time, removing most of the cheeks ... still left his lips though, if you want to get your smooch on.

zombie 128 - Brian

Brian had a huge hat collection in life, but now in his undeath he only has 1.
This was funded as a surprise gift from Brians wife and ended up on a shirt for him.

Married couples are funny sometimes.

zombie 127 - Tyler

This is Tyler, who used to have a sinus problem. Now its not such a problem because he simply doesn't care.

zombie 126 - Ali

This is Ali .. and you can see that I have started to move away from the super loose lines and have begun to once again define the features and tighten up the lines.

Also , backgrounds. There hasn't been a defined background in several pictures.

Zombie 125 - Kims dog

Who is Kim and what happened to her dog?
Something isn't right here ...

This was the first dog I painted in this style and it was fun to be so loose with the lines.

Zombie 124 - Thor

He's probably a super hero to his kids, or someone, but this is not the asgardian god.
I liek how the eyes turned out on this one.

zombie 123 - Sander

This little kid is named Sander, and the grandma that commissioned him for the project asked for it to be light on the gore. There ya go. Still in the simplistic style of the day.

Zombie 122 - Tamara

Another zombie created in a light on the colors and easy on the lines style. 

zombie 121 - Odin

Still going through a bit of a phase with these portraits (which were made about 2 years ago). Experimenting with the line work as well as the watercolors ... it gives a very interesting look imo, though there are many parts I would probably change today, or parts I would add.

zombie 120 - Gary

Created late 2012 this painting is a bit more on the experimental side. In fact, the next dozen or so zombie paintings after this one are all on the experiemental, minimalistic and splatter style side.

I was going through a phase ....