Connecting our world to the world of the old ones seemed like a good idea at the time. But after the mountain sized creature, uh…Great Cthulhu kinda made a mess.
Boiling cauldrons have to be an environmental nightmare. Where do they dump the extra potion juice. Clearly they have to have leftovers. Somewhere out there a witches lair was destroyed by a potion waste made creature that was half unicorns half frogs and half bat mouse.
When you want to double the man power, but lack the amount of toner required to make it. Otherwise you may get poor quality results.
Do fruits exist on Alien planets? Are they nutritious or poisonous. My worry is that they grow on a animate tree that would sooner swipe or bash you if you came near it.
Be careful walking outside in front of an abandon house. You never know what might be inside or what may come and lick you up.
Flying a kite can be so relaxing. Even for a terrifying Shaggoth a kite made out of unwanted visitors seems to relax the horrifying creature.
What I based the illustration on….
Today’s prompt was Kite and I’ve been on a Lovecraft obsession this last two months. I used the shaggoth and the idea of the necronomicon being made out of skin to be the base of what my drawing is. I know it seems horrifying and disgusting but in the end it’s a fictional sketch and that’s where horror belongs in fiction. It’s unfortunate that horror escapes fiction in our world a lot though.
Back to the fiction though….
Lovecraft has become my favorite writer. I absolutely love “The Color Out of Space” and “At The Mountains Of Madness” the way horror is described and told through Lovecraft is just fantastic. Too much current horror stories are over explained and reveal too much of the mystery behind the horror. I’ve found I like horror to remain a mystery.
How it was made…
I tried some watercolor pencils today. I found these a few years ago in the clearance section at my local Meijer. I must say I love how these work. It’s awesome to take a thin tip brush and brush along your straight color penciled line and form a perfect straight line of watercolor paint. Definitely will use these more in the future.
We come across an ethereal structure in a beautiful alien landscape. Our explorer can do nothing but stand in awe of it’s beauty and take pictures.
Monstervember goes on a planetary exploration adventure. What rests behind these giant green glowing nests. Surely nothing terrible…
Get your cross and holy lead out, vampire bats are charging in by the hoard.
Had trouble coming up with an idea for the cross prompt. Was going to do a cross breed creature but just couldn’t get it right. So I went with the good vs evil bats with the power of the cross.
It’s the 11th day of Monstervember. Today we’re whipping up with a classic standoff between Gandolf and the Balrog from Lord of the Rings. I tried some oil pastels again. Had a little trouble trying to put in detail but it turned out decent I think.