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Posts Tagged ‘lochre

The Sad One

December 12, 2008

Sketch: Labyrinthine Passages in the Underworld

November 14, 2008

A conceptual sketch done with one of those mechanical pencils. This is a labrynthine cavern in the underworld where dead souls whom have recently gained bekthyn, or corporeal “starter bodies,” wander, trying to find their way further into the underworld, searching for their destination, the Heart of the World. The first image is a detail.  […]

Moussa in the Underworld

November 14, 2008

I’m happy to say that I definitely seem to be writing a novel. In it, several characters journey into the underworld. The bidi–sketches of which I’ve posted on this blog before–play a part in that, as gatekeepers to the underworld, although they also have a complex existence of their own. I originally thought that I […]

Two More Line Drawings from Lochre, the Alien Place Formerly Lo-Ubda

November 5, 2008

I’ve started working with the world-building process again.  Here are two recent line drawings from what I am now calling Lochre, where the shape-shifting Bidi emerge from hives and sculpt organic architecture from their bodily substances, and where a steamy and oppressive industrial revolution is taking hold of human cities.  Oh, the disenfrachised masses, the […]