Yeeeeeeeah, this is EXACTLY what it looks like. These are the sketches I was working on yesterday.
I’m so lazy. These are my Phantom Manor sketches involving Melanie Ravenswood and the Phantom. So, apparently a lot of people forget (or were never told) that Phantom of the Opera partially inspired the ride at Disneyland Paris (plot wise). So, like the sane person I am, I drew them together (with a hint of ALW thrown in there). I’m so sorry about the quality. Also, don’t ask why she’s wearing the dressing gown from the 1880s when the story takes place in the 1860s.
Haunted Dollhouse by The Bloggess
(ooh look at the wee tarot cards and skeleton doggy!!)
Fevre Dream, a brilliant 1982 vampire novel by George Martin
Artur Sadlos and Milena Młynarska, Polish edition cover
A Midnight Race on the Mississippi, Frances F. Palmer
Five illustrations by Justin Sweet from the illustrated edition of the book
Fevre Dream by blazewu
Illustration by Mark Mitchell
Illustration by Marc Simonetti
Joshua York, The Pale King by FluorineSpark
Hecate: Procession to a Witches’ Sabbath
by Jusepe de Ribera
Hecate was the ancient Greek goddess of magic, whose retinue included the souls of those who died before their time, particularly children, or who were killed by force. Hence she is here shown picking up children and putting them into a brazier, while the heroic figures in her train also represent those who died before their time.