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February 21st, 2006 #1
I recently fall again in the H.P. Lovecraft books. It is always a good source of inspiration.
hope it will please.
Photoshop 7 only.
At The Mountains of Madness...
Well..It is weird, if you try to make the city like described in the book.
It looks finally a strange modern City.
I wonder if I am not in the error with this small concept.
An other one, The Lurking Fear.
The Moutains of Madness...an other version.
A better one.
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i love the last one. it's realy creepy. i particulary love the pose of the girly thing on the right. but the guy in front does not quite fit to the rest of them for me. most of them are in like creature/zombie poses. front guy seems to be more intelligent cause of his upright stand and how graceful he holds his hands. His hands look almost friendly while his face says something like "uuhhhhh... meeeaaat...". don't know maybe thats me.
February 21st, 2006 #3
more cthullu . really great. i like the last ones. but they only eat fish or something in the books. they look abit crazy thou.
the city looks grand and deserted, and full of mystery. just as i pictured it.
top notch stuff.
February 21st, 2006 #4
Great work. I happen to be reading the Mountains of Madness right now and wish I could get how I envision some of the scenes down on paper or canvas as well as you did.
Comments pic#1- Mountains in the background should be bigger and the buildings smaller to give the city a larger feel.
The interior, pic#3- awesome but I picture the tunnels slightly more confining and darker.
February 21st, 2006 #5
Whaha last on reminds me of a movie i watched last weak.
The Descent in dont know if you know it. But without the big monster in the background its just like the movie
HEre is a trailer. Watch tha whole movie and you know what i mean. Freeze die trailer when the (monster) comes on screen. you will see a little bit what i mean
"FAIL, FAIL AGAIN, FAIL BETTER"
February 21st, 2006 #6
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February 21st, 2006 #7
Great work "Riddick"... Especially last one...
Though something trouble me with sence of distance there... But it's just me probably...
February 24th, 2012 #8
Amazing, I am currently reading Lovecraft's stories and my imagination is getting a decent workout Glad to see others impressed by his tales!
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