I love how surreal this piece looks! Very eerie and extremely fitting. Though I have to wonder, is the setting outside, or in some sort of abandoned warehouse? It looks like there's a building in the background, but it's hard to tell. Either way, the composition is incredible.
Not really, but of course it's similar, yeah- it's a plant Fullmoonstar and I created. I quote: A plant that grows in Elysium. We call it "corpse arum", cause it lures its victims to it and then lulls them to sleep. They die cause of dehydration, rot and the plant takes the minerals to live. In Elysium there are almost no materials in the ground anymore and since there is no light this is the only way to get what the plant needs.
OH...MY...GOD... It's really really stunning! At the first moment I was very shocked when I saw the eyes. It's damn amazing. I love the effects and the light and the dog and the "Leichwurz" and all the other great details- you did a great job with our little "Kitti" XD The dog and his damaged body looks so horrible- soooo amazing. Unbohr himself is absolutly stunning and impressive! Thanks sooooooo much for this great picture!! :3
Oooh, freaky. I definitely wouldn't want to meet up with one of those in a dark alley. Love those glowing eyes. How it sees since light seems to be emanating from them I'll never know, but it's still awesome.
It is something pretty similar yeah A plant that grows in Elysium. We call it "corpse arum", cause it lures its victims to it and then lulls them to sleep. They die cause of dehydration, rot and the plant takes the minerals to live. In Elysium there are almost no materials in the ground anymore and since there is no light this is the only way to get what the plant needs
As I have already said, it is almost impossible to find the words to describe the awesomeness It is that great, that I can not even find the words but find them nonetheless This picture is mindblowing in so many ways. First of all the light effect. I really love the way you did that. It really looks like somebody would point his/her flashlight on the scene and disturb a big bad kitty just to find out that it was a bad idea to light the shadow just next to you. My first reaction would be to turn the lights out again. And then maybe death would be the next one The background is totally great at all in my opinion. You did a wonderful job displaying the eternal darkness of the area within the old City of Elysium. The debris all around looks awesome too....as if the city is falling apart cause of all the year it lies alone in a highly contaminated shadow where no one dares to maintain it. The plants also look totally awesome. The small roots and mushrooms all over the ground, their pale appearance, beatiful and scary the same time. I can really imagine what it must be like to see something big like that in the light of a flashlight But what I like most, is absolutely your big nightmarekitty. You have done a perfect job on Unborhathos. Even better than we ever could expect. He looks so creepy, merciless deadly but also elegant, majestic and wonderful the same time, that I would not be sure if I should run or try to pet him. I totally adore the way you did the anatomy of him, the great pose and as I have said, these glowing eyes will follow into my nightmares again I like the way his tail is barely visible and only appears to be a creepy shadow behind him. The angry facial expression and the cat-typical snarl is perfectly done^^ I like his long and pointy ears too...I like the way you have visualized this creature at all. The same goes for the scenery and the atmosphere. It looks like Dr.McDog here had a pretty bad day and a lot of misfortune to stumble across the death of the shadows himself here. Poor little guy. But you did a nice job on him too. You can even see that the dog is not the fittest anymore and that the contamination that has been caused by the "liquid night" has degenerated his body. At all this picture has a damn great and unbelieveable strong atmosphere. Especially if you know the background of it all and the story behind it, the effect is tripled. I just love it, I am glad that you also had fun while working on it, that you did this picutre for us at all and I want to thank you again for this wonderful commission