That’s a wrap for inktober 2017! You can also follow me on instagram @_automaton for more frequent updates and works in progress. “As Hector chanted the last of those blasphemous words, the empty space before me shimmered and twisted, then seemed to ‘tear open’ into a hole that was neither light nor darkness, flickering withContinue reading “Inktober 2017 #26 – #31”
“I awoke from mine slumber troubled with nebulous rememberances of ghastly things. I arose from the bed, no longer pleasant for it was dank with cold sweat. I looked out the bay window of mine second storied tavern room, and saw nothing in the night sky save for the moon, waning to a wicked grin.Continue reading “Inktober 2017 #18”
“Run. Run was all I could do when I beheld the blaze of infernal mane mantled upon that nightmare head, and even as mine ears filled with the drum thunder of mine bursting heart, I could hear the echo of that terrible cackling bellow.” Journal entry pending. “On a moonlit night, I was traveling towardContinue reading “Inktober 2017 #11 – #15”
“Not a true devil as the villagers reckon, or even a half fiend, but a mortal beast by mine deductions, and mine own witnessed sight of most ghastly intrigue. In the woods of the Black Hills I was, upon learning of the recent child snatching. Mine foray was short for I had no desire toContinue reading “Inktober 2017 #6 – #10”
Commencing dump of Inktober stuff so far! “Not to be confused with the more treacherous Greater Gibber, this carrion feeder of wiccan origins is rather lame and skittish. One aged account tells of a township that was overrun and desecrated by an innumerable mob of the beasts: supposedly these vermin retain the carnal appetites ofContinue reading “Inktober 2017 #1 – #5”
Attended a concept workshop by John Mueller in April. This is the piece I finished afterward, below is what I had done during the session.
Spent way too much time on a joke painting, but it’s done.
An unwilling body burdened with past sins Revised an old piece.
Dropped the ball on the last one, oops. Better late than never, though.