|9 Feb 2010|| Charles M Pifer|
Wow when I read "shadow out of time" this is what I had in mind. Rely great. I really want to do more H.P. Lovecraft stuff. But I feel like there is no reason to when so many good artists like you portray his work so well.
|7 Nov 2010|| Anon.|
from At the Mountains of Madness, yes! Not Shadow Out of Time - those were Yithians and "rugose cones.".
|3 Jan 2011|| Mike|
Awesome pic man, I have read, and re-read the description of these in At the Mountains of Madness with great difficulty in picturing these in my head. I had a mental picture, but nothing like this. By far the best and only comprehensive rendition of the Elder Things on the web.
|9 Sep 2011|| Lord Drenghul|
This is good but you forgot something. They have five wings and five tentacles. The tentacles are on the flat sides of their body like you have drawn and the wings are on the edges where two sides meet.
Other than that small error this is excellent.
|27 Oct 2011|| Azrael|
I hate to break it to you home boy, but tyhe elder things did not reproduce with sex organs. They released spores, and only when colonizing. As clearly stated in At the Mountains of Madness, and The Dreams in the Witch-House.
No need for reproductive organs.
Excellent artwork though.
|28 Oct 2011|| Kai Bailey|
Haha, Awesome! I always loved that story (the buildup is amazing) and it’s really cool to see someone interpreting that advanced, strange, dismal creature.