Thanks for letting me in late on the 30 days Monster Challenge. It is no where near the skill of your contributions mates. I join just for the fun and excellent company. ;)
It is in pen and paper because thats what I have. (Tho my disability check may turn in to a pen plank sooner or later, hehe)
Oh and my inspiration for this piece of... sketch?
It was called monster girl, so a girl was the first thing to puzzle in. What could use a girl as bait? I thought of bait, and angler fish... Okidoki, needed a monster that could mimic a girl or alternatively control a body... My favorite movie is John Carpenters version of The Thing from 1982. Behind the scary tree is a thing containing part tentacle, triffid, wolf, puny dragon, spider, meat eating plant, super-duck, etc
And the monster hides behind a scary tree as camouflage...
A monster is no fun without response, so I threw in her big sister and my g/f on a search & rescue mission. (I like to plug in my g/f in my drawings despite her dubious response. But I never reveal to anyone else it's her ;)
Dunno if I have to explain this but the "humans" doesnt get fooled because it is obvious to them that little girl is levitating in the air, has white zombie eyes, is plugged in to the monster with visible wiring, is strangely still asf. (But the monster tries Its best to be tricky.) Figured some response on scared growner girls faces would lift the entire thing. I am curious what you think about that mates?
Thanks for checking my stuff out mates!
PS. There are a couple of tribute creatures in the pic, can you peg their origins? :))
Love to add "hitchcocks" of movie & art work.
SPOILERS Examples of tributes to place, The earth hole owl, the little levitating girl held by the little girl bait, asf
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