Oil Paints are not an easy medium.
We all see youtube videos of people creating a beautiful masterpiece with oil paint and it always looks so easy. However, don’t be deceived by how it looks since it is actually quite hard to get the texture, colors, and the look right and it requires years of training. Especially when it comes to horror themes paintings. Because you have to spend a lot of time on the fine details to really bring the painting to life and actually put fear in the heart of a viewer.
I mean people have become de-sensitized when it comes to horror movies since most of them rely on jump scares to get your adrenaline going. But the real fear is much more complicated than that. The unknown will always bring much more fear than a spiky monster. However, this artist has turned the horror icons we know and love into something more.
While they may look the same on the surface, there is a lot more spookiness that radiates off the surface. And you can judge that for yourself by scrolling below.
#1 Pennywise with a sinsiter grin.
#2 Leather face.
#3 Blind but seeing everything.
#4 The frosted lady.
#6 The night of the full moon.
#7 The red-eyed raven.
#8 The broken neck lady from The Haunting Of Hill House.
#9 Creature of the moths.
#10 Consumed by the darkness.
Zack Dunn has a very unique style when it comes to their paintings and he dabbles in not only recreating horror icons but also creating wholly original works. They have over 261k followers on Instagram and they post there regularly. If you want their horrifying imagery to hang in your living room, you can buy their prints on this website. It not only shows your appreciation for their work but also gets you a beautiful piece of art.
#11 The time has come for him to wake.
#12 The endless hallway.
#13 The rotten green magic.
#14 Eyes that spew poison.
#15 The reaper of the cold.
#16 Hell has frozen over.
If you actually want to see the texture of the art pieces and thus are not a fan of prints, you can also get the original paintings. However, they are going to be a lot more expensive than the prints. Although you are paying to hang the original in your home, so I would say it is worth it as long as you can afford it.
#17 Rotting away.
#18 The red scream.
#19 One winged demon.
#20 The white owl.
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