I've just spent the last hour on google images, working my way through the list and I'm finding it hard to make a decision!
Vampires: Blood! Vlaa!
|Max Schreck, Nosferatu (1922)|
This guy... I think he may be a popular choice. Just... those claws! And the silhouettes this guy produces, he has a lot of visual elements to have some creepy fun with.
|Ugly as sin 'Vampire Bat'|
Frankenstein's Monster's: Thick brows and wacky hair.
|Elsa Lanchester, The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)|
Iconic hair based on Queen Nefertiti, that lightning bolt is mighty snazzy. Despite being created in the same manor as the monster, she ultimately rejects him.
|Koji Furuhata, Frankenstein Conquers the World (1965)|
A feral child grows from the heart of the original monster, to kick some monster lizard butt!?
Werewolves: Lots of texture to work with, thinking of creating patterns/collages.
|David Naughton, An American Werewolf in London (1981)|
The werewolf looks a bit derpy, but this film was best praised for the transformation sequence which was produced through analogue(?) special effects.
The Phantom of the Opera: A tragic Villain.
I suppose I'm just going to have to consider the ways in which I want to work before choosing the kind of shapes etc. that I'll be working with, considering as we're supposed to 'show off.'