And here it is! A little gift to the ff actors who made their characters truly come to life. I know I said I was gonna try and take it easy with drawing these guys a little while ago but, I'm sorry, I just couldn’t help it. They all are just fantastic at what they do, and they don’t really get the recognition that they need and I believe that they really do deserve more appreciation for their work. And Woah and behold, you have a person like me who legit appreciates what they do and understands how stressful or even dangerous their job can really be. These guys where more then capable of bringing their characters to life and it’s just amazing how far they’ll go to scare the living hell out of you. But not to mention the hard work that was put into making their prosthetics and paint look absolutely beautiful. The artists behind the demons, zombies, and clowns are truly gifted for being able to make realistic and wonderful pieces of art. And having the actors portray this art as it should be is really inspiring. Now I'm not gonna lie, I was vary nervous about posting this out because I really tried and wanted these pictures to look as good as possible. But compared to the first pictures I had done of these guys to now, I have learned how to properly present and make cleaner pieces of art in just a matter of 2 months. As long as I have the time to be able to modify them of course, they don’t look half bad haha. But I also feel a bit guilty for not being able to make more pictures of their characters. I know it would be weird if I made more n all but I really do just love what they do and adore their hard work. I guess this collage can be seen as a thank you to all the characters and artists who made my experience at six flags one of the best experiences of my life. And with that said, I wish you all a happy holidays! #painting#drawing#art#portrait#demon#clown#zombie#sixflagsmagicmountain#frightfestsixflags#fanart#ff_exilebros
🤟🏾appy 🤟🏾alloween 🎃 #frightfestsixflags#astroworld this was probably the most detailed design I’ve ever done. Whew chile the patience! Lol but I enjoyed bringing @especialhtx vision to life! Thanks for working with me.
Skull Island! Six Flags over Texas opens in 1961 with Skull Island as one of the park’s premier attractions. The area thrilled park guests for 20 years with its variety of activities including bouncy bridges, raft, slides, treehouses, and more. Skull Island brought kids’ imaginations to life and gave adults a nostalgic trip.
Part of the Skull Island’s thrill was getting there. Originally accessible only by raft, guests had to embark on a short aquatic trip to get to the secluded section. The “Skull Rock” was the focal point and namesake for the island, doubling as a slide for children. As a child I remember playing here. Getting to the island, and off of it, was part of the fun. Skull Island rafts and floating barrel bridges made for quite an adventure. This attraction was pulled out in the ‘80s to make way for the Roaring Rapids ride.