Siryl
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.

roachpatrol:

I’m wrapping up the previous batch of commissions so it’s time to go in for another round! If you were thinking of obtaining a timeless masterpiece for the holidays, probably you should rob a museum. But if you wanted a hot drawing from me, this would be a great time to get one. 
You can see my fanarty commissions here, and my original kind of commissions here. 
Signal boosts are, as ever, appreciated. 

roachpatrol:

I’m wrapping up the previous batch of commissions so it’s time to go in for another round! If you were thinking of obtaining a timeless masterpiece for the holidays, probably you should rob a museum. But if you wanted a hot drawing from me, this would be a great time to get one. 

You can see my fanarty commissions here, and my original kind of commissions here

Signal boosts are, as ever, appreciated. 

elmatpe:

枯れ木と骸 by 玄瓜 

elmatpe:

枯れ木と骸 by 玄瓜 

dark-tarou:


A part of my innovations project where I discussed the importance of colour and light in creating a certain mood/ telling a narrative.
These drawings where made as an experiment. I wanted to see, If colouring a horror image in pleasant colours and lighting will make it more, or will it make it less scarier than the image coloured in very common horror colour and lighting schemes.
Which version do you find more effective?
(I personally believe it’s the horror colour version, but I know people who found the pleasant version scarier, proving how metaphorical our individual colour perception is).


See Rita Dmitrijenko’s Deviantart gallery.

dark-tarou:

A part of my innovations project where I discussed the importance of colour and light in creating a certain mood/ telling a narrative.

These drawings where made as an experiment. I wanted to see, If colouring a horror image in pleasant colours and lighting will make it more, or will it make it less scarier than the image coloured in very common horror colour and lighting schemes.

Which version do you find more effective?

(I personally believe it’s the horror colour version, but I know people who found the pleasant version scarier, proving how metaphorical our individual colour perception is).

See Rita Dmitrijenko’s Deviantart gallery.

godslush:

Miscellaneous late-night monster speedpaint. No real thought to it, just made a random silhouette and filled it in.

Check out the artist’s Deviantart gallery.

godslush:

Miscellaneous late-night monster speedpaint. No real thought to it, just made a random silhouette and filled it in.

Check out the artist’s Deviantart gallery.

ferocioustoasterillustration:

Swamp Beast.
Something coloured over Livestream. 2 hours from a traditional doodle, finished in Gimp.

ferocioustoasterillustration:

Swamp Beast.

Something coloured over Livestream. 2 hours from a traditional doodle, finished in Gimp.

godslush:

Yeh. I’unno. Meh. ¯\_(シ)_/¯

Check out the artists’ gallery.

godslush:

Yeh. I’unno. Meh. ¯\_(シ)_/¯

Check out the artists’ gallery.

creaturesfromdreams:

Creatures by Kumpan Alexandr

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reality-breaker:

Glenn Barr

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