A tentacle monster’s natural habitat is a well or hole in the corner. (Kevin Siembieda, from a Judges Guild publication.)
This isn’t the sort of art I normally post, but that creature deserves the spotlight.
By Jean Gir…wait, it’s Howell Golson.
In anticipation of my first year in further education and the beginning of my transition from living with my parents to independence eventually, I have decided to reopen commissions!.Technically they never closed but I removed the old post and a while ago and have decided to rework it based on what I have learnt from that first batch and the new skills available to me. Commissioning me works as follows:
1. Contact me at email@example.com with a proposal, rough or detailed, of the work you want done. I reserve the right to refuse commissions based on unsuitable material but otherwise the sky is the limit! Ask me if you’re unsure or as an alternate means of contact.
2.Determined by the complexity and style of the request I will quote a price to you. As a rough idea, the works above would cost anywhere from $10 for a partially rendered quick colour sketch like the orange background image to a more fully rendered work complete with a background such as the one immediately adjacent to it, at around $20. Prices are variable but I aim to keep them low!
3. I will deliver your comission within the next 2 days, guaranteed, and I will offer additional options or lower the price if I fail to meet this deadline. Commissions more than a week late are free.
Thank you very much for reading! I would be impossibly gratified to receive any response to this and look forward to working with you!
An illustration to go along with what’s sort of a sequel to my last horror story, though I wouldn’t really call this one a story so much as I rambling collection of ideas I was tired of sitting on.
If you read it, you may be totally spoiled on what I really always wanted to make into a video game and still hope to do one day.
There’d still be a lot more stuff in it than the “story” runs through, though.
It’s like you read my mind in order to draw my worst fear.
Of your humanoid designs, this is one of the best. Doctor Who needs you on their monster design staff.
….That they introduced a new member of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and he was a soft-shelled turtle and this is what he looked like:
This is one reboot I can get behind!
I had a cartoon hero dream last night, but it wasn’t that cool. There was a spider mutant woman in the ladies’ room with the X-Men women. They said spiders were creepy and they made her leave and go use the spiders’ room. I guess they missed the anti-segregation message in their cartoon.
Artist: Richard Corben
By Guru a.k.a. Tsuguru326.
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind concept art.
I consider this to be the second best giant bug film I’ve ever seen, which is an excellent standing for such a large category.
The best giant bug film is I Worship His Shadow, the first Lexx movie (which I consider a giant bug film, even though the central giant bug and most of the other giant bugs are actually vehicles grown out of tissues from giant bugs, and the giant antagonist bug’s soul inhabits human bodies and brains for the duration of the film).