8 Creepy Halloween Critters Images
Today we have a fun collection of Creepy Halloween Critters Images. It’s already October and you know what that means: Halloween is just around the corner! If you’re not a fan of horror movies, but still want to get in on the fun—or if you are looking for some inspiration for some Halloween Party Decor, check out these creepy vintage critters to use in your Handmade DIY projects and Crafts. Some of these pictures give me chills just looking at them!
Full Color Halloween Critters Drawings
Above is a Raven graphic from an 1890’s book. This guy seems to have found a tasty snack of a worm for himself! I love the bird’s beautiful black color and perfectly drawn contours of the wings. Although he’s really more of a Natural History image, I think he would work well in Halloween projects too!
Here we have one for Creepy Crawlies lovers, in case you want to use him for your last minute Halloween projects! This is an interesting looking black and orange Beetle. I think it would be fun to make into a label for an antique bottle, and you could label it Beetlejuice!
Black and White Halloween Critters Clipart
Featured above is a Bat, hanging upside down from a tree branch with leaves. This fellow has his eye wide open looking at you. This black and white drawing actually came out of a splendid antique dictionary.
I thought you guys might be able to use this perfect for Halloween scary looking image. Here we have a really Creepy black and white Crawly Tarantula Spider! The detailed illustration of each tiny hair on this eight legged wonder is just amazing. I would not ant to run into this guy!
Above is a really Scary Copperhead Snake illustration. The detailed patterns and scales on this critter is quite impressive. The snake looks as if it might be ready to strike a something! Its body is coiled and its head is up with tongue ready to bite. This is a bit scary at first sight, at least for me! It is also from the antique dictionary.
Here we have an Eagle’s talon or foot. It is more than frightening looking with the scales and those intimidating, long sharp claws! This is a black and white drawing from an early Natural History book . It might be fun to use on a Halloween themed bottle, or as an ingredient for a Witch’s devilish brew!
Here’s one for the “Odd” Category, but maybe you can tie it into a Halloween project! This is an icky looking Fly trap from an 1890’s Hardware Store catalog. It appears to be pretty effective at catching flies. Yucky but kind of cool too!