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Posts Tagged ‘myth

The Sad One

December 12, 2008

Underworld: Dechrekhyn

November 15, 2008

Another conceptual sketch.  These are the amphibious dead souls, wallowing in the purgatory called Blouedvelth, bickering with and scrambling over each other for access to bloodroot, which gives them more substance and, when enough is consumed, allows a dechrekhyn to move beyond the swamp of sanguine murk and onto slightly better abodes as they make […]

In the Underworld: Blellivi Trisk

November 15, 2008

Burning the midnight oil tonight; here’s a pencil sketch of a sprawling and towering castle located in the remote regions of an underworld swamp of blood where amphibious dead souls suck and chew on bloodroot, trying to get their fill. If you’d been walking through that wet and drab nightmarish mess for too many hours, […]

Vizierth

July 29, 2008

I am writing a story that caricatures the voyage of Columbus, painting the historical legend as a myth in gothic and day-glo colors.  Part of the plot involves a bunch of dark skeletal undead wizardly folk who enchant Colonizer Finn Columbo’s behemoth of a sailing vessel, the Santa Materia, with the power to go-go swiftly […]

Out of the Box and Into Infinity

November 12, 2007

“…and then the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” —Anais Nin Once, a boy met a steel machine. It was made of guns and things. This machine rotated and whirred; senseless it seemed to the boy, but the machine convinced […]