Drac o’the Week- Christopher Lee!

April 27th, 2016 | Posted in Sketch O'The Week

leeHere’s a caricature sketch of another classic Dracula- the late Christopher Lee. Lee played Dracula in nine different films from the legendary “Hammer” studios, starting with “Horror of Dracula” in 1958 and finishing with “The Satanic Rites of Dracula” in 1973.

As always, the original of this sketch is available in the Studio Store.


  1. Jack Myhervold says:

    These first two are looking really good. I was looking at some Dracula clips on YouTube, and came across the cult figure – Renfield, the crazed demonic laugh guy from the 1931 Lugosi Drac. For fun, you might look up – Renfield YouTube, and find the 3/4 view laugh scene, that seems to have inspired Oldman’s Dracula laugh years later. I don’t know if it is possible to have Renfield in the background of the eventual Lugosi image, but he might make for a fun sketch at some time with the laugh/word bubble – “Eh-heh hehh hehhh!”.


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