My clown girl, Boogle done by STiR! eee :D I love that they made her whole body white instead of light lilac with the darker spots. Looks like she has on full-body clown paint. <3
Zombie girl, Molly. I originally wanted to make her a clown, but decided to go in another direction. She likes latex and pretending to be a deer. She was infected (think The Walking Dead type infection where you become a zombie when you die, but the infection doesn’t show until then), then died from strangulation. Her black lacy collar hides the bruising. Permanent hemorrhage in her right eye. She’s still fairly “fresh”, thus the rosy cheeks, but is also injected with an embalming fluid (by a mystery person i.e. Idon’tknowyet) which keeps her decay to a minimum. She still retains a bit of memory and emotional reactions, but little more than that of a dog or cat. She can’t speak but makes the usual gurgles and shrieks.
Something else which keeps her from decaying is her parasite, which has infested her organs and sprouted three blue tentacles. Her parasite needs to feed frequently on bone marrow, and does so on her ribs and spine from time to time, but mostly, it relies on Molly’s diet, as it doesn’t want to kill its host. Molly would normally leave the bone of her prey after feeding, so the parasite has had to adapt by connecting to her brain and causing her to crave the bones, which she eats whole. The parasite produces an extremely caustic gastric acid for Molly’s stomach and has made other alterations to her insides so that she can break down the bone, allowing the parasite to suck the marrow through via a tube connected to her stomach. (Inspiration taken from the Lammergeier & the Osedax worm.) It also lives in symbiosis with Molly as it gives back nutrients to her body which help to keep her bones flexible and stall rigor mortis.
I should try and depict the parasite as it appears within the body sometime. It has a nerve-like head which wraps around the stomach of its host, and I’m thinking maybe an octopus-like mouth in the middle with a beak that allows it to snap bones all by itself, giving it three sources for food. (I’m no biology expert, but I like to try and make at least some sense out of my monsters.) I love her. <3 Even though she’s not a clown, she may dress as a pierrot from time to time.
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Some outfit concepts for Rickets, my ghost/monster girl. I’ve had her since 2007 <3 I made her thicker for reasons.
SLIMEBALLS! A new “species” I made and have available as adoptables. :> I’m keeping 1 & 6, and 3 & 8 are taken! GO HERE to buy one, or message me here, whichev. :3
Hour or so speedpaint of a spanish dancer sea slug (hexabranchus sanguineus) girl. They look like this. I took a few liberties :P
So inspired. This art is like, every awesome nightmare/daydream/fantasy I’ve ever had. That 70’s fantasy art look mixed with horror and all those rich, yet dark rotty colors, organic textures and detailed, squishy appeal even in their linework. The massive, horrific monsters with gorgeous girls lost somewhere in their enormity. The surreal, alien aspect loaded with eye candy that you just have to keep going back to and finding new things. The chaotic, hellish scenes that feel humid and hot where you can almost hear the creatures writhing over each other all around you. The eyeball tentacle monsters and naked chicks. Did I mention my love for hot girls interacting with grotesque monsters and hot girls AS grotesque monsters? I wish my deviantART gallery looked a bit more like this. It used to, but then it steadily got more tame. Time to go back to my roots. *paint, paint*…
Spooky speedpaint #4 of 13. Rickets is a ghost/monster girl I made in 2007. I haven’t drawn her much lately, and it was suggested to me that I paint her for the 13 speedpaints, so I couldn’t resist drawing her with some cute little spooky frunds. :3 I actually timed this one, 35 minutes! Getting a bit faster, though Rickets is super simple.