Siryl
allbrotnar:

#dailysketch number two. Finally tried out Bogleech’s Mortasheen Mutant generator. Here are the nine mutations I got:
1. Mouth on the end of a long fleshy proboscis2. Long, stretched face or flattened discoid head 3. (second head)Absent or featureless, facial features may be anywhere else 4. Branch-like limbs, ending in many hands/feet or twiggy tendrils 5. Strange coloration and pupils, amphibian-like 6. (skin texture) Gnarled and knotted like an old tree 7. Gigantic, bulging veiny eyeballs 8. Huge, bulbous cranium or protruding brow 9. (legs) Boneless, kind of tentacle-like
He uses his proboscis to keep his second, featureless head moist. I went a bit crazy with the colours, which is why I finished it a bit late. A lot of things I want to change about him, mostly about how I went about colouring him. Other than that, great fun! Going to do more mutants over the coming days for sure!

allbrotnar:

#dailysketch number two. Finally tried out Bogleech’s Mortasheen Mutant generator.

Here are the nine mutations I got:

1. Mouth on the end of a long fleshy proboscis
2. Long, stretched face or flattened discoid head
3. (second head)Absent or featureless, facial features may be anywhere else
4. Branch-like limbs, ending in many hands/feet or twiggy tendrils
5. Strange coloration and pupils, amphibian-like
6. (skin texture) Gnarled and knotted like an old tree
7. Gigantic, bulging veiny eyeballs
8. Huge, bulbous cranium or protruding brow
9. (legs) Boneless, kind of tentacle-like


He uses his proboscis to keep his second, featureless head moist. I went a bit crazy with the colours, which is why I finished it a bit late. A lot of things I want to change about him, mostly about how I went about colouring him. Other than that, great fun! Going to do more mutants over the coming days for sure!

godslush:

slushblock:

Suweeka’s Floaty Gross over at the forums was a reminder to me that I can do… better. Not better than Suweeka, hahaha that’s not happening any time soon. But better than myself. There are certain things I built up proficiency in over the years that I haven’t really been using to the better of my ability. So here’s a little better.Because. 8) <3
Sweet dreams, Terrarians~ Mind the neighbors~

Main account reblab. ‘Cause rly happy with how they came out relative to the old ones.

godslush:

slushblock:

Suweeka’s Floaty Gross over at the forums was a reminder to me that I can do… better.

Not better than Suweeka, hahaha that’s not happening any time soon.

But better than myself. There are certain things I built up proficiency in over the years that I haven’t really been using to the better of my ability.

So here’s a little better.

Because. 8)

<3

Sweet dreams, Terrarians~ Mind the neighbors~

Main account reblab. ‘Cause rly happy with how they came out relative to the old ones.

"Floaty Gross" by Suika Ibuki.
jamessizemore:

"Sitting Before the Wisdom Rocks"
Pencil on paper   7 x 11 in.   2010

jamessizemore:

"Sitting Before the Wisdom Rocks"

Pencil on paper   7 x 11 in.   2010

Luis Nessi brings us a unique take on the Golem.  You can see his artwork on the Behance Network.  Warning: contains potentially upsetting imagery.
I seem to have run out of Golems to post.  But check out my "Golem" tag if you just arrived.

Luis Nessi brings us a unique take on the Golem.  You can see his artwork on the Behance Network.  Warning: contains potentially upsetting imagery.

I seem to have run out of Golems to post.  But check out my "Golem" tag if you just arrived.

"Golem" by Ola Larsson shows an unusually soft and sinewy variety of the legendary construct.

"Golem" by Ola Larsson shows an unusually soft and sinewy variety of the legendary construct.

The Golem, brought to life by Keith Thompson (left) and Wayne Douglas Barlowe (right).  Warning: Linked galleries contain potentially upsetting imagery.

nathandrawsdaily:

I finished up the golem picture from before…at least enough to feel okay walking away from it. On to more stuff!

By Nathan Seabolt (the blogger is the artist).

nathandrawsdaily:

I finished up the golem picture from before…at least enough to feel okay walking away from it. On to more stuff!

By Nathan Seabolt (the blogger is the artist).

The Golem of folklore was clay.  Golems in modern fantasy art tend to be living suits of armor or glowing masses of igneous rock.  This Golem by Andrew Olson combines those two traditions to great effect.

The Golem of folklore was clay.  Golems in modern fantasy art tend to be living suits of armor or glowing masses of igneous rock.  This Golem by Andrew Olson combines those two traditions to great effect.

The titular monster in "Earth Spirit" by Geoff Trebs is probably a manifestation rather than a construct, but it fits in well among the massive stone Golems.
For me, the waterfall-staircase almost overshadows the monster.  The eerie green glow from the top suggests it leads somewhere besides our ordinary surface world.

The titular monster in "Earth Spirit" by Geoff Trebs is probably a manifestation rather than a construct, but it fits in well among the massive stone Golems.

For me, the waterfall-staircase almost overshadows the monster.  The eerie green glow from the top suggests it leads somewhere besides our ordinary surface world.