Welcome to the world of Frank Bruce!
ようこそ ! Bienvenue! خوش آمدی ! Bienvenidos! أهلا بك ! 反义词 !
This website is a gateway to my various illustrated short stories, works, and other such things. Most of the focus of my work is on the macabre and various genres of sci-fi.
These are stories about werewolves, and maybe troublesome ghosts or zombies, too. I hope to use these classic horror images to examine us. You know - things like cultural conditioning, apostasy, society's expectations, and the rocky road of relationships.
Ghouls, Ghasts & Vampires:
Yep, the name says it all. These drawings of the undead are accompanied by micro stories meant to enhance them, and also to give me an extra outlet for creativity.
Sci-Fi & Fantasy:
This recently added page features super-short fiction attached to an illustration, and is proving to be an exciting way for me to explore writing and wordplay.
Salon de Refusés:
I really do draw stuff other than werewolves and zombies. Don't take my word for it - check out this section. But I must warn you, some of the drawings are of persons scarier than any werewolf.
Lately my blog space has been handed over to a guest blogger with a nom de plume of Terribilis. His morally misguided behavior as a werewolf takes readers through the mind of a Catholic monster. Some of what Terribilis writes is controversial because he is an evil guy.
I draw almost exclusively on Bee Paper products, most often with Sakura Micron ink pens and Copic markers. Frequently I add in some Cross and Parker ballpoint pen art, or Molotow acrylic markers. No, I am not endorsed by any of the above mentioned companies, but I adore their stuff so much that I figured a shout out to them would be appropriate.
All my work is copyright owned by moi-meme: Frank Bruce. Toutes les images diffusées ici sont la propriété exclusive de Monsieur Frank Bruce, merci de ne pas utiliser sans autorisation.
By the way, when not heavily researching werewolves I also enjoy, as you might have guessed, studying the growth of cities. If you are interested in this complete 180-turn from illustration and monsters, please peruse my Flickr site.