CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO SEE THE GIF! A BIT OF A WARNING THOUGH SINCE IT MIGHT BE CREEPY/SCARY TO SOME OF YOU SO BE WARNED!!!!!
-30 Day Monster Girl Challenge-
Day 11: True Monster
Here’s one for tonight :D On this one the artist has to make up a monster (or just draw another monster that’s not mentioned on the list) . So for this one, I decided to make up a Shadow/Demonic-like monster thingie :3
Background on it:
The Shadow monster has the ability to take a form of a young child since it’s not powerful enough to take the form of an adult. It also is slightly more powerful in the sunset where there’s more shadows around giving them enough energy to transport from shadow to another. It feasts on children and only children alone which is another reason why it takes an appearance of a human child.
08x01 “We Need To Talk about Kevin” 10x03 “Soul Survivor” 10x21 “Dark Dynasty”
Beginnings and Endings… Sometimes They Just Describe A Perfect Circle…
For all the monsters, the shadows, the creepy stuff that hides in the darknes and the shadows, sometimes nothing can scare you more than turning around and there is someone standing there, right behind you. Someone, who crept up on you without you noticing. Without a sound. This is how Jeremy Carver introduced Dean when he took over in S8. With this shot in purgatory, Dean was framed like the monster. And arguably purgatory - though it also shook some stuff loose that let Dean grow, though now most of that lies hidden underneath wreckage - made Dean connect with his id, his primal, his dark side. Fast forward two seasons and we have two similar shots. Both showing Dean sneaking up on his prey, silently, without his “victim” noticing he’s there. 10x03 marked the moment Sam managed to “bind” the demon in Dean, “re-souled”/”re-hearted” Dean, pushed his darkness back, though it never left only receeded from view. 10x21 marked the moment of the demon in Dean returning while Sam tried the same thing he did back then - saving Dean. But Dean finding out he’s been lied to by those closest to him and losing Charlie pushed him over the edge, the darkness that lay dormant, shifted back into view. Dean got “un-souled”, lost his heart - in more than one way. Who will be the one to remind Dean, whose heart has always been what defined him most - his immeasurable capacity to love - Dean - the tin man, to listen to hsi heart beat again? It’s true rhythm. The one that it is beating louder than the rage, louder than the sadness, louder than the grief. Yes, louder than the mark.