Hey Cal! Recently I saw your posts about an ipotetic reconciliation for the dreamtale brothers so then I thought, what if Dream was still afraid of thunders like when he was a kid? Would Nightmare do something about it?
I couldn’t get this idea out of my mind so here you go. A whole day that I could have spend studying wasted to draw this.
Did I know this was gonna take this long? Yes. Did I do it anyway? Also yes.
ADLGKSKGKSKFSKFSKFS OH MY STARS!!!!
I seriously can't get over how amazing this is!! I love the idea of Dream still being afraid of thunderstorms as an adult, and the added parralel here of Nightmare comforting Dream is absolutely perfect!! 🥺 And the cool new cape reveal at the end was so cute, their reactions were just the best!!
You did a fantastic job with this, with the animating and shading and just everything! I'm so happy I somehow inspired you to make this and it's awfully sweet of you to submit to me, thank you!! 💖
Currently on view at Beinart Gallery in Melbourne, Australia is artist Gerard Geer’s fascinating solo exhibition, “Imaginary Forests.”
Having spent the past two winters in one of the most locked-down cities in the world and confined to the 5-km radius of a concrete jungle, Gerard Geer has used this body of work to explore all of the places he'd usually spend time in over the colder months. Through Imaginary Forests, Geer examines his own desires to reconnect with nature and expresses them using the insect creatures in his works.
Gerard Geer, based in Melbourne, merges anatomy, chemistry and creativity in his artistic practice. His work is an outgrowth of his fascination with biological processes and anatomy. Geer creates fantastical hybrid creatures by using a combination of naturalistic articulation of animal specimens and amalgamations of interspecific forms.