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The Epiphany of Death by Clark Ashton Smith
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Chaosfive-55 Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Had to re-Fave it so it wouldn't get buried...which is ironic, since Tomeron un-buries himself occasionally...:iconwooooplz:
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mscorley Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2010
haha
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Chaosfive-55 Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
THIS IS PERFECTION!!! You didn't even need to add the worms...AWESOME!
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mscorley Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2009
Thanks! I hope I didn't pervert the image you had in your head of him too much... I know how that can be when I picture something and someone draws it and im like, ehh no, thats not right at all..

This is how I saw him tho!
Thanks again for the suggestion.
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Chaosfive-55 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
No, this is how I envisioned him--stooped, pale, Lovecraftish...I especially like the candle-wax dripping over his fingers! For myself, I would have had some cobwebs clinging to his robes--not TOO many, just enough to let us know that he just came out of his catacombs...not too late to add some, is it?
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mscorley Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2009
good idea!
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Chaosfive-55 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
I like the cobwebs! You applied them with great subtlety, too--I would have swathed poor Tomeron with them so much that a blind man would have known where he came from. Very nice work!
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mscorley Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2009
thanks man
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Chaosfive-55 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
So, what's next on your agenda? If you really wish to evoke REAL Horror in Literature, read The Throne Of Bones by Brian McNaughton! He was a CAS/HPL fan, but his tales have a twist all their own, particularly The Retrograde Necromancer; Lord Vendriel Vendren is one of the most evil (yet oddly comical) sorcerers ever! Believe me, if you read this book you'll have LOTS of inspiration...
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mscorley Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2009
I'm currently working on the Phantom (erik) from phantom of the opera, after that I have a William Hope Hodgeson story I want to draw from. Haven't looked much further than that yet. (well of course I will draw cthulhu before I finish the series.

Never heard of Brian McNaughton, I'll check him out next time I get the chance. thanks!
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