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Agnes

Defective warp vs. rodent

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I figure they've got to experiment on something, and if one of the little critters were to escape from the UAC lab and wander into a warp by accident... Well...

I do realise there's not much contrast here, but I just couldn't bring myself to make a blue pentagram. It's nice and warm, though... As it should be, considering the location.

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Scary. And on another thread someone was thinking about getting a pet rat... he better keep it caged just in case it wanders somewhere inappropiate.

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Creepy, quality image, 'nuff said.

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Ooooooh, yeah creepy, I loved the pentagran, is coool! ^_^
*Looks around* And right know, my mom is complaining that there may be a rat inside the house, I hope is not like that! *shivers* *takes out shotgun*

Oh, and in my opinion, the red pentagram suits better, for the enviroment ;)

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Preferably old, stinky cheese with abnormal growths on it.

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Wildman said:

Oh, so that's where Willard went. :)

You saw that commercial too? Heh. :)

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*SMILIE REMOVED*

HOLY... CRAP.

Now that is a great image when I see one, especially that glowing effect on the pentagram. ^_^

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It reminds me of something from Vampire: The Masquerade. Which is a good thing.

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yeah, definitly inspired The Thing movie... for me it looks like a mix of shark - rat - octopussy (hahaha, im not sure of that word, but its fun: octo-pussy :) ...

good coloring and kinda scary


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It gives the impression of slow and pain filled horror, like when something is scary not because it's obviously dangerous but due to its pervading abnormality (familiar yet unbelievably warped); a painful mockery of life and living matter.

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You need to find a job where you can draw stuff like this. How bout working as a concept-artist? I seriously think you can make mucho $, this is great!

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Whoah.. awsome.. /me gives many thumbs up
your tiny monsters @ your website rule!!! (i like the foot most :D)
keep em coming!

BTW, the glowing pentagram casting licht @ your ratbunnything gives great deapth. (light and shadows tell the most about surface's and objects)

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Great to hear that you liked it. I love drawing these things, and it's great when I achieve the desired effect.

Shaviro said:

But won't the creature have a hard time walking?

Good point. I don't think it would be able to use its hind legs, so it would probably have to drag itself forward rather than walk. It would suit it better, I think.

myk said:

It gives the impression of slow and pain filled horror, like when something is scary not because it's obviously dangerous but due to its pervading abnormality (familiar yet unbelievably warped); a painful mockery of life and living matter.

Pure psychology. :)

Disorder said:

You need to find a job where you can draw stuff like this. How bout working as a concept-artist? I seriously think you can make mucho $, this is great!

Well, I've just decided what I'm going to end up studying, and it isn't going to get me a job anything like that, I'm afraid. Nothing art related. Not that I don't have doubts...

HAMMER-STROKE said:

your tiny monsters @ your website rule!!! (i like the foot most :D)
keep em coming!

Thanks! I may actually have a few more of those somewhere...

BTW, the glowing pentagram casting licht @ your ratbunnything gives great deapth. (light and shadows tell the most about surface's and objects)

Yeah, I hate to leave large areas in shadow, so I usually try to use at least one primary light source and one secondary (i.e. reflected light) or two primary, even though I find it awfully confusing at times.

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So when's the human victim?

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