Thanks so much for watching! I really enjoy your work and it means a lot that you like mine too!
Heya and thanks a huge lot for the Watch+!
I hope you'll stick around for more art to come, including crazy monsters, loony abominations and wonky robots from my wacky world of Posterra as well as Lovecraftian gods and beings that I render sometimes for my Atlas of Cosmic Horror Project! :)
hmmm, that's not a bad idea. I do love Trevor Henderson's work, and my son is currently obsessed with Siren Head, Breaking News, Tunnel Worm and the other Henderson creatures that have been made into video game characters. I could give ol' Siren Head a shot.
I was actually thinking about that the other day. In my mind, Siren Head is a sort of modern tsukumogami- a Japanese yokai which takes the form of a living inanimate object like a sandal, parasol, or even a paper-screen door. In Japanese folklore it's believed that an object gains a spirit when it's been around for 100 years. Drawing off of this, in modern Japanese folklore there is a belief that machines and electronics can come to life and link together to form weird technological chimeras. You see this in anime from the 1980s like Rojin Z or Robot Carnival.
I like to think Siren Head is one of these technological tsukumogami, formed from an old radio tower that has come to life.