When you think of the famed vampire nobleman Count Dracula, chances are that you envision something along the lines of Bela Lugosi or Gary Oldman's rendition of the undead fiend. But just how close are these depictions to the description of the count in Bram Stoker's original novel?
We featured a handful of the portraits from Brian Joseph Davis' Composites a few months ago. It's a cool project; Davis uses his hobby interest in forensics and a police composite sketch program to figure out what literary characters look like. Here's the passage he used to create his Dracula sketch: