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Nephilium Devouring infant

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Done on burlap board.
working on scenes from that nephilium story. i wanted to do one where all 6 of them are separated and Aad is stuck in a cave and stumbles on another nephilium eating a baby. in lore these creatures would have such an insatiable appetite that they would start eating other people and each other. pretty grim shit...

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Yep, book of enoch, go to RichieFromBoston's channel to see about them..... they are under the antarctic ice right now, which is where a lot of volcanos are (confirmed by MSM) and it is slowly heating up..... maybe they will be free once the ice cracks, or maybe that is when Yehoshua returns ?

is your art style influenced at all by the painting Saturn devouring his son or figure with meat

linda-mota responds:

i thought about it when i was painting this. i do love goya's work and saturn eating his kids is one of my favs by him.

can i just say you're everything i want to be

linda-mota responds:

omg :D

Going to have to look up that story, reminds me a lot of the Titans. good job.

linda-mota responds:

they called titans nephilium too cause they were fuking huuge. look up book of enoch.

This one...

So dark and so good. Wonder if he's eating a lilim's son...

---jablias_out---

linda-mota responds:

he's eating a regular human baby.

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