This is the first in a series that I am planning as a personal project. I want to tell a horror story through these images. I am still hashing out details as I go along thumbnailing and painting. I love psychological horror, so I am trying to get that kind of feel.
If you guys have an idea for lore on this creature, post below!
There are many better writers out there than me, so I'm open to ideas.
Hope you all like it!
However, her blood fills the bath and starts to form into a creature...an ancient demon...intent on avenging her wronged life and bringing a violent and painful death upon those who forced her to such a low she killed herself.
Fully formed, the monster takes a moment to look over the dead girls corpse and closes her eyes. Then it leaves to bring terrible retribution.
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Progress was incremental at first, the strange topology of the container not making any sense. Why keep all the fluid in one depression, when one further down is both larger and more convenient? Alignment with the tug proved hard, but eventually mastery over balancing on ones extremity was achieved. Part of the pattern were changed as well, the fifth and uppermost lobe proving an unnecessary hindrance to this skill of balance. Veins extended into the cold dry void revealed many interesting things about the wider container, and it's various ledges and crevices. A quiet set of notbeats, with one limb cluster placed upon the echo where it bobbed. It had proved a gracious world, always expanding commensurate with growth, and full of welcoming crannies. But it is clearly unfit for habitation now, and this exodus should be made as brief as possible. Now to find a new place to dwell, perhaps even a new echo if fate is kind.
Great piece, I love the anatomy of the creature, and I hope my own little snippet is welcome.
This is so stunning piece.. To me there is no other horror than psychological horror. It's the soul of horror isn't it? I really like the idea behind it.
the protagenist might be the only one to have enough will to survive or something
BTW, if you don't choose to use this, I will use it in one of my books.