OMG the white rabbits gunna be late
I guess the tiger is showing him just how far the rabbit hole goes.
Wow, that sounded better in my head than it actually looks when I read it. It was supposed to be a “Matrix” reference, but it came out sounding more like pedo bear.
Also, ninja spotted.
SPLENDID ART !
I know well that I’m a fanboy of your work, O, but hell ! this picture blew my mind.
I actually felt really sad for weretiger that he lost his favorite stuffed animal
This much detail! how long did it take you to draw it?
Ninja seems confused
Seriously…a cliff hanger on Friday? We have to wait 2 whole days to see what happened…too cruel.
But this is an amazing and beautiful picture. Thanks for the intricate art!
@Adrolack I think it is the other way around, that poor Paxton has lost his owner.
Do I spy the hint of an outline of some insideous and horrifying ruins in the far distance?
I can smell the woods. Damp, musty, earthy, slightly sickly with the fungus everywhere.
The suspense is killing me, i need to know what comes next, Mondays page can’t come fast enough.
That’s one of the most disheartening things I’ve seen that doesn’t rely on words.
Beautiful, man. Just beautiful.
you should make a Paxton plushie
This would make for a really marvelous title page for the next chapter. I suggest you to offer this in poster format. It has such an eerie air around it (aside the fact our feline friend has kind of a big problem here).
Wow. Paxton just lying there. I was half-expecting to see some blood on the ground for this post. We know that Were-tiger survives, but this scene is almost too sad as to describe a horrible fate of what happened to the little furr.
This scene, taken without context, makes for a rather good (if a bit cliche) scary-movie poster.
For extra effect, you might add some wear-and-tear to the doll, maybe make it look like it’s been out a while.
This isn’t criticism, mind you, since you’re not making a scary movie poster.
I just couldn’t help but imagine white text bubbling up from the background while some british guy tells me about how people dissapear in these woods.
After a moment more of thought, I think I can put into words what I was struggling to say:
A piece of ‘innocence’ in a hostile scene is what does it.
A lot of posters get the dose of ‘scary’ wrong and either do gore-shots or dull ‘picture of a lake with the saturation turned down’ shots.
It even sometimes works the other way too; Adding something hostile to an innocent scene also makes it look scary.
So, is that what makes the whole Slenderman thing so scary?
you know what would be awesome? Is if weretiger has hidden berserking power that only paxton can quell
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