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Moonbeast Concept

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Description used as inspiration:
Great greyish-white slippery things which could expand and contract at will, and whose
principle shapeâEU"though it often changedâEU"was that of a sort of toad without any eyes, but with a curious vibrating mass of short pink tentacles on the end of its blunt, vague snout.
âEU" H. P. Lovecraft, âEU~The Dream-Quest of Unknown KadathâEUTM

This is six of eight creature/character that will be used later as a master reference for a series of compositions depicting scenes from the story âEUThe Dream-Quest of Unknown KadathâEUTM by H.P. Lovecraft. Not only is this the main project for my independent art study class but also has the intention that these could possibly be used for either the video game or movie industry.
âEU" H. P Lovecraft, âEUoeThe Dream-Quest of Unknown KadathâEUTM

Reviews


your artwork is awesome.

good composition. keep em up.



sheer wonderment.

beautiful.I wish i had that skill :/

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!~StigerS~!



inpressive.

Very good. The graphics are quite amazing.
I like it. :)



Interesting

Very interesting creations. You should make a sort of encyclopedia, that would be really cool. Did you find inspiraton in some fantasy saga or videogame?


ItoSaithWebb responds:

It came from "Dreamquest to unknown Kadath" by H.P. Lovecraft

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Aug 23, 2009 | 2:11 PM EDT
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