#1 – The Cook

| November 1, 2010 | 4 Comments


The Cook

Artist: Tommy Patterson

Character Creator: Michelle Patterson

She is standing next to a stove (corner w/oven window in full view). Rotund woman about 45, pleasant, plump face with what would appear to be dimples and rosy cheeks with her big smile. Her hair is up in nice, neat curls but sticking out in a few spots are frizzled wisps, some straight, some twisty. She has her right hand resting on the corner of the oven holding the door shut; she has in her left hand a large meat cleaver and is using the back of her hand to wipe away beads of sweat from her forehead. The cook is wearing a classic moo moo gown white with a Cherry pattern all over it that extends down to her knees. She is also wearing a black apron that is bunched up just below her somewhat large breasts, yet above her large belly. The apron extends down to mid-thigh and is adorned with the words “Kiss Me, I’m the Cook” in white. She has on a pair of black house shoes with small white bows on them. Her look is that of the kind lady next door that gives out cookies to all the neighborhood kids. Which is in fact what she does, just don’t ask her whats in them.

In the view of the oven window, you can see the half face of a teenage boy in a pan.

Category: Horror

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  1. TiMrozek says:

    This is great, awesome concept, lovely execution.

  2. Eric says:



    Great work Tommy.

  3. Bob Learned says:

    Love it… Your art is reminiscence of Greg Capullo’s work… But I like your fluid line work much better.

  4. Jane Wankmiller says:

    Your work is really engaging and expressive. Your execution of this drawing instantly made me want to read the back story to find out more.

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