She has braved the passing centuries from her imprisonment in Csejte. She’s older, wiser, and far, far more dangerous.
She was no Mary Poppins. You felt it right away, there was something off about her, her elegance, how she smiled eerily at your vampire stuffed animal, ironically above you now – “Hold on,” your subconscious screams, “I’m not even old enough to know what irony is!” You begged them to hire anyone but her,Continue reading “A Vespertilian Thing”
What was I thinking? Erm… Flashdance meets Countess Elizabeth Bathory? I was having fun with this digital art. No regerts. I did try to fill up the frame as if she was pushing against the bounds of her world. So, that’s probably the artsy part. Otherwise it’s forgettable until some Dude or Dudette 250 yearsContinue reading “BloodBathory”
TJ and Jimmy had been cruising all night looking for the means to their next high. As they crossed Southside and Lewis, into a dangerous area commonly referred to as the ‘hunting grounds’, due to the immense levels of crime in the area, they suddenly saw her. The snow-bunny, as they called white girls, wasContinue reading ““Wait! What’s wrong with your eyes?””
UnDental – based on a thought I had staring at the ceiling in the middle of the night. “What happens if a #vampire gets a toothache? Do #dentists dread night shifts? It’s much safer to put them under for #dental work. #halloween #toothy #gothic #digitalart #ordinary #horrorart
The last 24 hours #artwork is done #rendering – I like this one because it reminds me of a #vampire in a movie. Plus, I was able to show her #fangs without her looking silly. #digitalart for #october and #halloween
I was inspired to do this by a lyric (e.g. the title) in a Russian song by Miata I was listening to as I stared at a blank canvas. A #vampire (she has fangs but her mouth open made her look odd) has been spending the small hours enjoying #nature with her Rook before theContinue reading “You, for the Long Night”
Gracefully, like a cat after it’s prey, she glided about the darkened rooms. She could hear the beating of his heart and smell the richness of his blood; she knew exactly where he was hiding. As she walked around the ancient, magnificently carved dining table, she smiled. “There you are, Father,” she said gently, “Don’tContinue reading ““Let Us Play“”