Since I already did a scary cornfield with various scary versions of iconic scarecrows last year, I went a different direction this year, kind of in keeping with what seems to be a theme of recontextualizing non-horror pop culture into a more macabre, Halloween theme. This time choosing the iconic cornfield of Kornfield Kounty, the fictional setting of TV’s long-running country-flavored answer to Laugh-in: “Hee Haw” and their cartoon mascot donkey who uttered the eponymous onomatopoeia title.
I drew Dorothy Gale happening upon a row of scarecrows in the corn field. One from the MGM musical, one from Batman, another from the books, and the rest just in shadows.
On the opposite page of the sketchbook for Day 15, I extended the cornfield to surround a drive-in movie theater that is currently under attack form some sort of giant reptile, the likes of which would probably be playing on the screen.