Peter Cushing, the Gentleman of Horror.
I "discovered" Cushing last year, and have been joyfully watching those charming Hammer films ever since. He's a fascinating and talented actor, with a strong reputation for being very gentlemanly.
This drawing is from "The Curse of Frankenstein," Cushing's first Hammer film and arguably his best. The acting is superb and the sets and costumes are lush. There isn't much gore at all (a good thing, in my opinion), but Curse manages to thrill and scare with single shot scenes in which the actors, not necessarily effects, build tension and repulsion. It's often what's just off screen that really gives you the heebie-jeebies. There's also a REALLY hot scene where Cushing makes out with a maid.
White, black and gold ink,
Japanese gray ink pen,
on toned tan paper.