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The great Yig, father of all serpents.

"Yig was a great god. He was bad medicine. He did not forget things. In the autumn his children were hungry and wild, and Yig was hungry and wild, too."

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It looks really good but the proportions of the very end of the tail seems off. Though really good work and might I ask why the M rating?

Undeadkitty13 responds:

ahh i see it now thanks for pointing that out.
and the M is for the slit on his crotch, had been force to go M on other sites so did it here just incase

I really like when the more underrated Lovecraftian gods get some love, especially the ones not really attached to the Cthulhu mythos.

As far as the design goes I like how it doesn't really scream any particular culture but has a sort of Mayan or Aztec theme without being too on the nose. From the thumbnail I actually thought it might be some sort of Japanese or Persian design and the load of limbs remind me of how statues of gods are generally really complex with lots of limbs in different poses.

I also like the color choice, which gives me weird Pokemon vibes, and the shading is nice too.

Undeadkitty13 responds:

thank you so much. and ya i didnt want to go too heavy on the culture theme but added dashed of different one. the mask being based off an japanese oni mask, the clothes aztec/mayan and the four arms as a nod to hindu.

I'm really liking the design and shading of this one!

Undeadkitty13 responds:

thanks been looking at tutorials for shading, also sorry for the super late reply

Credits & Info

4.40 / 5.00

Mar 24, 2018
3:29 PM EDT
File Info
1386 x 1500 px
1.1 MB

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