DONT LOOK TOO CLOSELY
U LOOK WAY BETTER IN REAL LIFE
SHHH IT’S SUPER DUPER CUTE
:D U STILL LOOK BETTER IN REAL LIFE
OR I GUESS PHOTOS SINCE I HAVENT ACTUALLY SEEN YOU IRL
aku illustration I did.
see i told you i’d make an okapilady
WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH SHIT THIS IS COOL
LOOKIT DAT MOVEMENT HOT DAMN
It is done. A comic I’ve been working on for roughly half the year. Go check it ooouut~.
Ooo will read later!
The Jersey Devil, sometimes called the Leeds Devil, is a legendary creature or cryptid said to inhabit the Pine Barrens in southern New Jersey. The creature is often described as a flying biped with hooves, but there are many variations.
Most accounts of the Jersey Devil legend attribute the creature to a “Mother Leeds”, a supposed witch, although the tale has many variations. According to one version, she invoked the devil while giving birth to her 13th child, and when the baby was born, it either immediately or soon afterwards transformed into a devil like creature with large, leathery wings and blazing red eyes and flew off into the surrounding pines after escaping through the chimney of the cabin.
Where did this art come from? It reminds me of monster art for Persona/Devil Summoner games.
It obviously draws from this terrifying eyewitness sketch that haunted me as a child, and does a beautiful job making it look a little scarier and more modern without ruining what made it unsettling.
I’m always disappointed when the Jersey Devil is portrayed as nothing but a generic demon.