Halloween Digital Art

Halloween is celebrated in a lot of countries around the world, and has many traditions and folklore tales attached to it.

Witches, pumpkins, black cats, zombies, graveyards and things that go bump in the night are some of the images that immediately make us recognise an image as being Halloween-related.

Halloween is short for All Hallows Evening, and it was originally a pagan festival that heralded the end of summer, that originated in the United Kingdom – particularly Ireland and Scotland.

The children’s game of trick or treating also originated in Britain in medieval times, but it was originally called ‘guising’, where children would perform a trick (singing, reciting poetry, etc.) to earn their treat.

On this All Hallows Evening, I am bringing you a collection of outstanding digital art representing Halloween. Here you will find many different genres – photomanipulation, digital drawing, illustration, etc., and some varying styles, including cute, dark and sketchy. The one thing they all have in common is the skill of the artist.

Halloween Digital Art

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Halloween-1

Halloween-2

Halloween-3

Halloween Night

Halloween 2010

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Happy Halloween Fellas

Halloween-5

Happy Halloween

Halloween-6

Halloween-7

Halloween Mansion

Halloween Tree

Halloween-8

Halloween-9

Halloween's Tale

Halloween Magic

Pink Halloween

Gaia Halloween Town

Halloween Gate

Halloween 2010

Halloween Devil

Halloween Kitten

Halloween Decorations

Halloween 2010

Halloween Wallpaper

Spooky Halloween Wallpaper

Bats

Halloween-10

I hope you have enjoyed viewing these works of art – not really horrific or scary, but certainly representative of the day.

If you celebrate Halloween, then I hope you have lots of fun tonight and don’t get too scared or spooked!

Carol

I love using and learning Photoshop, and I also enjoy creating resources to share with the world. I am at my happiest when I have free time to further explore all that Photoshop has to offer and learn more about its powerful built-in tools. I hope people enjoy either using or learning from my free resources, and welcome any hints and tips - and of course, if you would like to offer a free resource on this site, please don't hesitate to contact me (top right of the page).

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