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Nightmare at 20,000 Feet by TonyCampagna Nightmare at 20,000 Feet by TonyCampagna
Another tribute to classic sci-fi, this is my homage to the Twilight Zone episode of the same name. I've modernized it a bit, but I wanted the gremlin to still have a bit of the same look.

I'd also love to give special thanks to BaronGirl :iconbarongirl:
Without her beautiful shot of the aircraft and permission for use, this image wouldn't have been possible. Please visit her gallery, there are some truly amazing photos to see!
Photo of the IL-14 aircraft is not stock. Copyright BaronGirl 2013

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Here are the credits:

:iconbarongirl: IL-14 Plane
:iconbirdsistersstock: Shocked passenger
:iconaleaja: Lightning brushes
:iconelizavetbrushes: Rain brushes
:iconskydancer-stock: Pose reference for the gremlin
:iconlostandtaken: Fur texture
:iconsmoko-stock: Stormy sky
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BWH-Twilightdrifter Apr 1, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I love Richard Matheson!  This and Prey are probably my two favorite short stories by him.  To be honest, I liked the Twilight Zone the Movie's version better.  It is probably the most memorable movie image from my childhood.  You did a very good job with the original furry version.  Your picture looks creepier than the episode.
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TonyCampagna Apr 1, 2014  Professional General Artist
He's amazing, isn't he? Embarrassingly enough, I'm not familiar with Prey, I don't think. The Twilight Zone movie was a bit scarier than the episode but then, it was separated by a few decades. I really love both of them. Shatner and Lithgow played it to the hilt. Thanks for the feedback, I tried to make it a tribute to the original but modernize just a little. ;) :handshake:
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A-Wakefield Feb 10, 2014  Professional Writer
Wonderful imagination!!!! :D
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TonyCampagna Feb 10, 2014  Professional General Artist
Far too kind my friend, thank you! :D
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A-Wakefield Feb 10, 2014  Professional Writer
Very welcome, and it's definitely creative and imaginative!! :D
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TonyCampagna Feb 10, 2014  Professional General Artist
Well I appreciate your saying so, that makes it all worth while. ;)
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A-Wakefield Feb 10, 2014  Professional Writer
Most welcome! :dance:
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Haha, this is awesome!! I love that movie! :thumbsup::D
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TonyCampagna Jul 30, 2013  Professional General Artist
One of my favorites :D Thank you! :highfive:
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