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The Summoning Goes Wrong by Creativore The Summoning Goes Wrong by Creativore
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Dr. Livina and her assistant Heather have gotten into some serious trouble in a forgotten forest of New England. By coming to this forbidden place to experiment with arcane magics, they have accidentally summoned a horrific creature. The
 monstrous dhole has taken a fancy to the lovely Dr. and left Heather squirming away in terror. After the giant worm has finished gulping down Dr. Livina, Heather will of course be next..

This scene is based off a short story written by the commissioner of the piece. Part one can be read here:…

By far, i think my biggest take away from this piece is the slime. I've tried a few methods for slime before but never really settled on one method. But this method took the least amount of time and gave me the best results. Let me know what you think!

See the First part of this piece here:
The Summoning by Legendarysid
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Aside from the excellent use of light and contrast, the subject matter is indeed invoke a response from the viewer. Especially for members of the vore fetish community. The piece leads your eye around so you instinctively take in all the wonderful use of color and texture as any well executed artwork should.

The artist's concern about the use of slime is a valid one, because if one uses too much fluid effects it could take away from the overall impact of the work. However, here it does the piece justice and was very well done. When one notices a little spittle splashes on the other girls face just adds to the drama of the work, and radiates a sense of dread for the character as she realizes she is next.

Overall a great piece. The line work could have used some more variation, which could have been explored more around the hands and clothing, but it hardly takes away from the story this work tries to tell.

Thank you for creating this wonderful work of art!
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farldam Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2014
This is wonderful.
sherlockdad Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014
Thank you for posting this at Damsels For Dinner! This has always been a fav of mine & please feel free to post part 1! I do wish there was more!
MissSockSlut Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2014
see that's why you always take your shoes off so you can run away in your cute socks to make it easier on whats about to get you ;). this is absolutely great work and the concept is amazing, I LOVE thinking of myself in these situations. im in love and SO!!!!!! very jealous
Creativore Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I'm so glad that you enjoy this piece :) I agree, running around in socks has many wonderful perks for everyone involved! Thanks!
MissSockSlut Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2014
MmmHmm like me for example lol, so I cant run away, I can flaunt my socked feet off, get them molested, grabbed and dragged away to my futile demise in my cute socks while I struggle. win/win :)
upholder Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014  Hobbyist Writer

Well, we all have our preferences. But when I commission a piece my women wear boots. Not only are they sexy ( to me ), but they protect my heroine's feet and legs from all sorts of nasty things.

Although that wasn't the case here...

icenm Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2014
Well, my critique* is thus: it's lacking two critical things, which will take it from super fucking awesome to masterpiece: 1) a sequel!

and a prequel!

Sure, you call her a lovely Dr., but I can't see her face, how would I know? (poor me, sob sob)

*not an actual critique, that's submitted separately I know
Creativore Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Apparently there are some Lovecraft fans on here. I guess i need to go check out that series now!
upholder Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2014  Hobbyist Writer

Lovecraft can be a slog to read. The man was very fond of adjectives!

But he was good at building suspense- like in my favorite novel of his, At The Mountains Of Madness. The Shadow Over Innsmouth is good, too.

Hmmm... this worked out so well, I guess I will commission some more depictions from this story- which still needs an ending!

OdinVonD Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2014
There's a collection of his complete fiction out now. If you read it in order, it's really fun to see how he improves and how he develops his pre-Cthulhu Mythos concepts to where they become the classics. 
upholder Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2014  Hobbyist Writer

He was also a writer of the old school and shared his ideas freely with a circle of fellow writers- including Robert E. Howard, author of the Conan series, and a very young Robert Bloch, the guy who went on to write Psycho.

So there is no copyright on the Cthulu Mythos. Which is fortunate because Stephen King and other modern writers have written some excellent stories that are influenced by HPL's vision of an implacable, alien universe, inhabited by beings to whom humans are so insignificant, they are barely noticed.

Except when they want a snack, as the unfortunate Dr. Livinia has found out.

wildpegasus13 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Outstanding stuff!
OdinVonD Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
Oh my! The first thing that comes to my mind is H.P. Lovecraft!!! Well done, my friend! 
TBoneTony Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
I guess that is what is called, summoning the wrong creature. 
irvingb Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
New England, eh?  Somewhere near Arkham, Massachusetts, perhaps?
upholder Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Friggin' Arkham. The WORST place in the world to read from some ancient spell book.
Ghrolath4 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
WOW! This is grade A hotness. Well done sir!
grassa48 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Lovecraft said "Do not call up that which you can not put down again." He was right.
biofuelbomb Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
Incredible scene! The composition of the Girls and the Creature is awesome, I especially like the look of shocked horror on Heather's face as she watches the Creature wolf down the Dr! The slime looks near perfect, the way it flies off Dr Livina's boots as she kicks around beautifully captures her frenzied movements and looks great, and I like the detail of it drooling around her and slashing slime everywhere as she fights her fate. I think maybe making the highlights on the slime drops just a little brighter to make it glisten more like a liquid would help make it look perfect. And I love the ambient light in the background and the way it reflects off the creature's back

Really great work! If I had a request, it would be for a sidepanel of Dr. Livina as she struggles from inside the creature's mouth, but this is fantastic and I really admire the way you capture the action in a scene. Again great work :)
upholder Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014  Hobbyist Writer

You certainly brought this scene to horrific life... the background, the splattering saliva, the poor Dr. Livinia's frantic struggles, Heather's expression of sheer horror... excellent work!

Unfortunately for Dr. Livinia her hubris and curiosity have backfired in a absolutely horrific manner. Thinking she would contact The Outer Gods she has instead summoned one of their minions- one immune to protective magic.

Slathered in slime, she is about to be completely swallowed by the dhole. Her fate is not to win arcane knowledge and undying academic glory but to slide headfirst down the dhole's cold dank gut and be slowly digested.

And Heather? Trapped in this horrible place by her mentor's folly, can she yet escape the dhole's maw?

kingofroar Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
I'd give this piece a Hungry Hungry Hippos/10
Creativore Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
haha okay then. Thanks! :)
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