Hello sir, I was wondering if I could get permission to use this drawing in one of my blogs, I shall give you due credit and say that this piece was made by you, of course. What do you say?
Six years late, but this is still an astoundingly good rendition of some of Lovecraft's creations. Fantastic work! I think I recognize all of them, but the one on the far right I'm not totally sure; is it a Star Spawn (of Cthulhu)? If not, my guess would be Dark Young...
(with "civilized", i don't mean necessarily good. i just mean that they are able to build civilizations)
Lovecraftian Story, Ch. 1Lovecraftian
My Homage to the Classics by the Legendary Heir of Poe
I first met Morgan and Charlie at the October First meeting of the Miskatonic University Literature Appreciation Club, at the beginning of my freshman year, when I was nineteen. I thought I would be the oldest freshman there since I’d taken a gap year, but Charlie was my age and had taken a gap year too, entering Miskatonic a year behind his twin sister. The three of us immediately hit it off well-we were all awkward introverts who, in the altering environment of college life, sought out others of our kind for comfort like hive-minded insects. We shared a love of both fact and fiction, each of us planning to major in a life science (biology for the twins, molecular biology for me), and study literature and mythology along the way. We all enjoyed supernatural literature, science fiction and horror, especially the works of the early twentieth century Miskatonic alumnus H. P. Lovecraft, although we un