Halmor, Venom of Hate
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Halmor, Venom of Hate

Author Comments

Very honored to have my work featured on the front page! Thank you, NG!

Halmor is one of my most powerful evils. She was born of the moon in her fall, many ages before the dawn of mortals; there were five others, but halmor embodies the moon's hatred and so she is fed by hate in mortals. She cannot escape her imprisonment by her own power, but she acts sleeplessly and mercilessly to spread loathing.

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Reviews


This is awesome dude, love all the detail! Mind if I use this as inspiration for my song for the art-inspired music contest? (Info: http://www.newgrounds.com/bbs/topic/1362021)



wilddog73: Looking back now, pointing at christianity was probably not the best way to start off my comment, but I think the bottom part about Jesus wanting a hug was still funny.

I like this.



I really like the amount of detail you put into the creature. I think the background could have been a little bit more fancy, but that's only my opinion.



Astounding! I'm getting a distinct feeling that this should be an artwork for a Magic The Gathering monster card.

Evil goes a long way, but it always comes back!



An amazing piece of art, I can't wait to see what else you post =D
But as someone below posted having the moon in the background would really go well with this one maybe even possibly a blood moon.


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Jenou
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Apr 8, 2013 | 12:38 AM EDT
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Illustration
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2529 x 2393 px
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