weasel hair brush, Chinese ink, bristol, 5x8 inches
Illustration for extreme author C.C. Parker's tale 'Tribe in Black', published in Black Ink Horror Issue 4. Check out [link] for more details, and grab yourself a copy before they are gone.
Had to redo the scan as I am not happy with the one I previously released. It still doesn't do justice to the original (if I do say so myself).
The main character's sister is an ultra-hot cheerleader; he's got some major 'issues' with family togetherness and subconscious demonic forces, which don't seem to be helped by a screaming vodka drinking mom. Add a cocktail of potent hallucinogens, and Chaos ensues...
I believe this drawing owes something to the film 'Basket Case' (one of my favorites) which is mentioned in the story...as for the composition, I see Ukiyo woodblock print portraits of bijinga (beautiful ladies) as an inspiration...
Signallers are basically your average US army grunts but with extra gear in the way of signalling or alarming friendly forces in the area to any enemy actions spotted.
A. Flare Rifle basically just a larger flaregun, its way of handling being just like a rifle's makes it more accurate and its larger bore barrel launches a larger payload. all of which make for a higher flying flare with a bigger bang and thus greatly increased visual range. it also make for a great rudimentary grenade launcher if you can get your hand on its rarer ammunition variants such as, high explosive and shape-charge. its average flares make good incendiaries though with its increased area of effect. B. Colt revolver basic sidearm. C. Mauser C96 basic sidearm alternative. usually used by confederate army signallers. D. Flare Pistol an average flaregun, a completely optional part of the loadout or if for some reason they're equipped not with Flare Rifles. E. Trumpet basic short range army trumpet F. Bomb/Gas siren long range siren that can be heard for kilometers around. just hold it like a large lantern and turn the crank. most sets come with earplugs for the user.