Am I allowed to say that the "I'm SO gonna rip your face off for saying that" expression on the horned gal in the middle is terrifying? I mean that in a good way, of course, and I'd like to see more of her. She's inspired a really creepy little one-shot in my head. Here, I will show you...
A breeze whistled mournfully past the window, as though the opening hardly existed at all, preferring to play with the leaves outside than come stir the stale air within. Scowling into the looking-glass, the woman wielded an instrument that looked rather like it belonged in a carpenter's shop with deft hands. "You have no idea how much I hate this," she growled, shooting an angry look at the servant standing behind her. His face was pale, even in the age-darkened mirror. "My apologies, Mistress," he responded, his deferential tone bordering on a simper. Terrified as he was, he couldn't afford to anger her further. Pleasing her was, of course, an impossibility. "Apologies," she sneered, grating the device across her horns with a dreadful sound, not unlike a knife against cold glass. "Your apologies are as worthless as you are. If you had half a brain, you'd be the one filing my horns, you useless lump of-" The woman was interrupted by a soft snap as the man took a fearful step backward. Whatever he'd just broken would cost him much more than a few insults. His mistress was on her feet and facing him in a trice, eyes gleaming dangerously in the orange sunset light. "What," she hissed, "was that?" "I- Mistress, pleas I-" "You what, you underfed caveman?" "I didn't mean-" "Didn't mean? You didn't mean?" The man found himself very suddenly and very forcefully pinned against the wall, her slender hand crushing his windpipe. He struggled against her, for possibly the first time in his career, scrabbling helplessly at her hand and arm in a desperate bid for life and air. "I suppose that was your problem, wasn't it?" hissed the woman. "You didn't."
Ooh... that was a bit longer than I meant it to be. Oh well. Hope you like it. By the way, I like the derpy-looking goat-horse thing at the bottom. Very cute.
Oh, yeah. No problemo. Glad you liked it. If you draw more of the evil horned chick, I'd be happy to write you some more stuff like that. *grins winningly* Me, trying to bribe you into drawing something scary? Never!
N-no! Don't do that!! I am addicted to your gallery woman and I need my daily dose of it!! o___O To re-frase it a bit: I love seeing your work in my inbox and you inspire me a lot! Keep the awesome art coming! And thank you so much! I'm really glad that you like them!