Dark Intentions
Dark Intentions
Dark Intentions
Dark Intentions
Dark Intentions
Dark Intentions
Dark Intentions
Dark Intentions
Dark Intentions
Dark Intentions
What would life be for some variety of half dragon such as this. Probably something more solitary, a little darker, possibly a little lonely. What kind of magic would they use. Why are they smirking slightly? All questions running through my head on this one.


For magic I decided to strike against the grain, why is magic always a light source? Where does that construct come from? Why do we always think like that? So I went the exact opposite. This magic is either eating light entirely or emitting darkness. Take your pick. Darkness is not a thing Kyle, it is the absence of light. Well guess what. Magic isn’t a thing so I can do what I want.


In order to convey something a little more magical I looked to a source where magic has never been more magical. Roman Lappat’s stuff. He does this thing with dots, which I have dubbed ‘The Lappat Dot Method’, that sets magic into somewhere a little further beyond comprehension, a little more magical. Less of a prompt we are trained to recognize (like magic equals light) and more into something a little more surreal.


I broke out my trusty toothpick and black 3.0, and made something truly dark. Imagine a flame devouring light eating it tangibly as visible spots of pure darkness radiate towards it. The negative effect of its hunger.
Who is the target, what is their transgression, why such dark powers at work?

Not an astronaut? What?