A behemoths holiday
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A behemoths holiday

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Being an undead behemoth often gets tedious, there's only so many innocent civilians you can eat before things get boring, so, one of Ricks loyal minions, Merln, decides its time for them to take a break, somewhere warm and sunny....Rick being disinterested and lazy at the time was mearly slouched across her couch of...flesh...first the throne of flesh, and now the couch of flesh, who knew!

this might turn into a series, so keep your eyes open.

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hmmm really creepy and gory picture, but kinda funny at the same time as well!
i just like how resigned, bored and ANGRY rickarla is in this picture.... (but tired angry, not full of energy angry, hence the slouching)
also i liked the little details, like the punch in the WALL, (by rickarla obviously), and the shirt on the couch, which has a spine mark, and therefore is a short made from skin. human skin. eww.

other than that, great work on both their expressions and their body anatomy and muscles.
uhhh merln seems genuinely worried for her friend.
also she seems considerably bigger. does merln work out?

hmmm, also why do behemoths eat humans? maybe they could try some wild boars, or some oxes, or some goblins perhaps?
lol! good image, i would love to see more of their adventures, in case this becomes a series.
you are good.



there can be only one and on sea. but in reality he may be a mythos. the outcoming

of the spleens of the human mind.


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Katiethemoo
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Jul 12, 2014 | 10:04 AM EDT
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