in Art Love It High Priestess Chotima – WIP by Alex Ledante October 25, 2018, 2:14 am 372 Views 11 Votes 21 Comments Share Tweet Pin She is the high priestess of Cthulhu at Innsmouth. Lovecraft often described wild dancing in the rites he wrote about, so it seemed in keeping with the mythos to portray her doing a ritual dance… Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 11 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet PinecchifanserviceHalloweenhorrorHPLmythosotakupinupsexyWIP Written by Alex Ledante facebook pinterest twitter 21 Comments Leave a Reply It’s like a mummy princess 1 Log in to Reply gotta finish this one up… Log in to Reply I prefer the combined light and dark version. 1 Log in to Reply I really got the best of both worlds, IMHO. Not often you can get that out of a compromise… Log in to Reply You will not get any help from me on this one. They are all very captivating. Especially in the dark. 1 Log in to Reply are you trying to get me in trouble with my printer again? Log in to Reply She is saying “get a new printer” lol :p 1 Log in to Reply Sure thing Chotima, just let me borrow your hat… 1 Log in to Reply Yeah, sure but be sure to return in double lol 1 She looked like those that is “wolf in a sheep’s skin” … kinda looks kind but you better not mess with her kind… Btw, love the aura she emits. 1 Log in to Reply an apt analogy, as she isn’t entirely human… 1 Log in to Reply Liked the third version most of all. Sparks of green and gold fascinate!!! 1 Log in to Reply it is the best of both worlds 1 Log in to Reply I like the 3rd version, more balanced. All of them are great, 3rd is best 1 Log in to Reply always nice when a compromise actually works 1 Log in to Reply I think #3 works quite well. 1 Log in to Reply I am also pleased with that outcome 1 Log in to Reply I wish I could play with pixels (whatever those things are) like you but you do inspire me a bit to take on what I used to do: draw and paint. That is if I ever find the time. Where do you get your inspiration, I wonder? 1 Log in to Reply I get my inspiration from everywhere, as you can see from my subject matter. I’m all over the place… 1 Log in to Reply Cool! Is this indeed a half-body work? 1 Log in to Reply I am planning on doing another version from the knees up, if that’s what you mean Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.