It appears my “The Exorcist Was On” split face portrait of Skeet Ulrich as Billy Loomis and Ghostface has been chosen by Star Portraits as yesterday’s featured Portrait of the Day.
This is the 2nd portrait of mine that has been chosen to be Portrait of the Day on their site. The first one was my “20 Years Queer” split face portrait of Shirley Manson. It is always an honor when your work is chosen amongst millions of amazing portraits! So a big thank you to the people at Star Portraits for seeing the uniqueness of my work.
If you want to see where else my art has been featured go take a gander at the Creature Feature section of my portfolio website!
So if you are a Scream fan you will read the title of this entry and finish it by saying…. “It Got Me Thinking Of You”.
One of the most iconic “pick up lines” ever to hit the screen and leaving most girls saying “What the hell?” yet still being completely ok with it. That’s because it was said by no other than Billy Loomis (Skeet Ulrich) shortly after crawling through Sydney Prescott (Neve Campbell)’s bedroom window.
So that leads me to my latest portrait I am marking off my art bucket list. You guessed it. It’s called “The Exorcist Was On” and it’s dedicated to Skeet Ulrich and his portrayal of Billy and Ghostface in the 90’s iconic horror film Scream! This one is far overdue. I have been a fan of the original movie since the 90s and Skeet (as well as Luke Perry) are the reason I started to tune in to the TV show Riverdale. And don’t even get me started on how excited I was when they paid homage to Scream on the show and he came through the Cooper’s window! So enough about how much I love Scream and Skeet Ulrich. Here is the final split face portrait to show you just how much I love them….
Prints and shirts are now available in my Amazon shop! Get yours and then share with fellow Screamers!
Hey guys make sure to check out the new Ghoullery Feature for the Etsy Massacre Team. It is a handmade artistic dedication to Wes Craven! Great handmade items made by our team members all inspired by Wes’ visions! Share with your horror movie obsessed friends!