Graveyard Shift This Artist Paints Portraits Of Tiny Noble Monsters, And They're Absolutely Beautiful  

Erin McCann
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While the works of some artists get bigger as their careers progress, the tiny noble monsters painted by Chris Seaman got smaller. The professional fantasy artist began hand-painting miniature cameo portraits of monsters in Elizabethan garb in 2014, combining his love of history and horror. Similar to the creepy art of H.R. Giger, Cameo Creeps are as horrific as they are beautiful. The tiny framed art images took off even further thanks to a 2016 Kickstarter campaign that allows Seaman to manufacture his own custom frames.

Chris Seaman art can be found in many notable fantasy games, including World of Warcraft, Magic: The Gathering, and Dungeons & Dragons, but the artist's real passion is his own creative work. He paints each of his Cameo Creeps portraits at only four-and-an-eighth inches tall, using a very small brush and lots of patience. Followers of his Instagram can see first-hand the amount of work that goes into each stunning piece. Check out this tiny monster cameo art from a very talented artist with a very creepy vision.

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Count Diablo DeLaSkull Is Always Festive


 

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Lady Rebarka Angler Really Shines


 

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Sir Zombert Braincleaver Has Always Been A Fan Of Dali


 

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Before Teen Wolf, There Was Miss Amelia Vargsson


 

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