Jordan Deschamps is a Hamilton based illustrator. He draws and sculpts goo and gross weirdos.
Inktober day 18, bottle.
@sethgreen in idle hands. The gag in this movie where the hand pencil sharpens its fingertips and then rips Dexter from the offspring's scalp off has always stuck with me... I don't know why.
Inktober day 17, swollen.
I missed a few days but I'm back with a vengeance! Schwarzenegger. Verhoeven. Total Recall! Give the people air!
Inktober day 11, cruel.
The cenobites from Clive Barker's Hellraiser. I was going to draw one of the characters' deaths but... look at how great these guys are. They look like a painfully sexy boyband.
Inktober day 10, flowing.
Like the goopy blood flowing from Scott's eye holes in The Evil Dead!
Inktober day 9, #precious.
The man who died for his precious jewels and riches, One-Eyed Willy!
Inktober day 8, star.
From the extremely unsettling "Starry Eyes". A great slow burn that leads to some gruesome stuff.
Inktober day 7, exhausted.
When your buddy is pooped so you have to cram him into your steed. Poor lil tauntaun from Empire Strikes Back.
Sorry it's late @brian.paris15
Inktober day 6, drooling.
Aliens are drooly goofy lil guys. I'm ditching death scenes and just drawing monsters and junk! Probably still lots of deaths. K thanks love you.
Also @cadamsillustration great minds! Go look at her amazing inktober!
Inktober day 5, chicken.
Here is Lloyd Kaufman getting his nose bitten off by a giant chicken man from the Troma classic Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead. Need I say more?
Inktober day 4, spell.
Billy Butcherson in Hocus Pocus. A spell bringing him back to life! After 3 days of not following the rules I set for myself, today I'M BREAKING THE RULES! Instead of a death scene, it's an... ALIVE scene.
Day 3, roasted.
Alright so this isn't a death scene... it's Freddy Krueger eating a hot dog. BUT Freddy was burned to death and maybe he roasted that hotdog... I just really wanted to draw Freddy Krueger.
Inktober day 2. Tranquil.
Thinking of a tranquil death scene was surprisingly hard for me, but I landed on Roy Batty from Blade Runner. He seems pretty chill when he finally accepts his fate, says a bunch of cool stuff, and then stops being alive.