SnowCthulhu

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

Snow Cthulhu watercolor by Amy Crook

SnowCthulhu by Amy Crook

It’s a snowman! It’s Cthulhu! It’s… SnowCthulhu!

Tiny, delicate pen work makes up the stick tentacles, arms and wings. This demanded careful, slightly messy watercolors to paint in the sticks and blue snowy shadows on him. His coal-black eyes have little hints of blue and purple in them just like real coal. Basically, he’s just awesome.

He may or may not become a holiday card this year, but he’ll definitely star in next year’s lineup. I was just feeling seasonal! And, you know, Lovecraftian. Because Christmas and unspeakable horrors just go together.

SnowCthulhu, 7″x5″ pen & ink and watercolor on paper.

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2 Responses to “SnowCthulhu”

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  1. Gretchen says:

    Because Christmas and unspeakable horrors just go together.

    Truer words, man, truer words.