all images, unless otherwise noted, © Natalie Hall (2008-2013)

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14.10.11

Not so Sketch a Day October the Fourteenth

Experimenting with color, textures and new brushes. woo.

11.10.11

Sketch-A-Day October the Twelfth

Missed yesterday and no poem today, my work is catching up to me so it's taken priority :) A good priority though! Wish I could show you all what I've been working on!

10.10.11

Sketch-A-Day October the Ninth

There’s nothing at all funny

about a disgruntled and dusty mummy.

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short and bad poem but tired yesterday, posted on tumblr but forgot to post on here :P

8.10.11

Sketch-A-Day October the Eighth

The creation of Dr. Frankenstein

Wasn’t actually very mean

Unfortunately was forced to live a life remote

When he found the little girl did not float

So I realized after posting the poem that I have been pronouncing it Franken'steen' in my head, Young Frankenstein really stuck with me when I was young lol.


IT'S FRAHNK-EN-STEEN.

7.10.11

Sketch-A-Day October the Seventh

The black cat of which strikes fear

Many a witch has called a dear

Though cute and fuzzy they may be

Please don’t doubt their ferocity


So I tried to go a bit Tim Burton-y on these but I don't really like how they came out, I think I'll have to practice some more :P

6.10.11

Sketch-A-Day October the Sixth

The tale of Elizabeth Bathory

Can be quite a bloody memory

Admittedly, she had a bit too much fun

While she bathed in the blood of the innocent young

5.10.11

Sketch-A-Day October the Fifth

Frankenstein’s Monster’s Bride to be

May greet you in a fashion unnecessary,

It may be in a shriek or hiss

But please try not to act so remiss

Sketch-A-Day October the Fourth


Forgot to post this yesterday!

The word ‘Vamp’ was not a term of slang

When referring to Ms. Buveur DeSang


3.10.11

Sketch-A-Day October the Third

So I've just now decided I will do a sketch a day for this month, since I love drawing halloween themed pieces, expect 2 more hopefully tonight.

Here we have Monsieur leLoup, my boyfriend helped me create this small poem to accompany him.


If you were to find a bite upon your lady’s croup

It could be the handiwork of Monsieur Tombeur leLoup

Now if you ask as to where your lady went

Monsieur will protest, he’s only the most dapper gent