A Monster of Science and Black Magic


Thre is a reason why the two should never be combined in the creation of a being.
In an asylum that also worked as a lab for creating horrid abominations of mankind, they created a humanoid monster that was the embodiment of a Grimoire, a book of black magic and dark rituals. The test subject was a patient at the asylum, first having to endure through the painful fusion of her body and a crocodile, the protective suit she was given merging with her body, before the inhuman transformation into what we know now as the Grimataur.
The asylum burned down just a few weeks ago, with no indication how it happened. But what they found, was countless charred bodies with faces painted in agonizing horror, as if their sould had been sucker right out of them.


Okay that might have been a bit longer than a paragraph. ;P

Anyhow this is my submission to the challenge. Sadly I didn't have the time to spend on the shading, so I had to do something quick. I spent most of the time on the details and the linework.

Yet even so, I am very happy with the result. It's by far one of my most detailed drawings line-wise so far, and it was a great challenge for myself to show that I could do it without giving up.


And many months after I notice I forgot to add the WIp to verify it. Fuck my life.

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Best entry i've seen so far. You really nailed movement and perspective. I really like this picture :)

Thorstone responds:

That's quite the overstatement if you ask me, there are far better entires than mine. =w=;

But, I thank you for the compliments on the perspective and pose. ^w^

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Oct 23, 2015
6:03 PM EDT
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1666 x 1817 px
2.6 MB

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