Act Two, chapter one: 31

21st Feb 12:00 AM, 2014 in Act Two: Chapter One
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Act Two, chapter one: 31
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MsMegan 21st Feb 12:00 AM, 2014 edit delete
MsMegan
Splash pages~ <3

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cattservant 21st Feb 12:04 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
cattservant
And, as always, ignorance is not an acceptable defense.
Laevateinn 21st Feb 8:39 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Oh! I do recall there being a legend or a myth saying that it was a very terrible sin to kill dogs in the Christian religion, mostly because dogs were considered to be one of the most innocent creatures (other than unicorns) that God created. Does that have anything to do with Beast's punishment?
Kim M 21st Feb 12:19 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
That...is gorgeous. The angles and the way the trees blend into the blood and the shadow of the knife as it falls. Beautiful.
TolkienOverTwilight 21st Feb 2:12 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
Oh my gosh! So he did kill something by the fountain. But, was it a something... or a someONE
Stitchlingbelle 22nd Feb 2:24 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
I love the dichotomy between the bloody, jagged top and the pretty, pretty roses on bottom...
AbigailBrooks 16th May 9:00 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
AbigailBrooks
You totally shanked your ex-girlfriend at the pretty fountain, didn't you? I mean you could have killed your dog there...it's entirely possible...but I feel like a mercy kill wouldn't quite have the same impact as killing the one who poisoned your dog. For another thing, why bring your dog all the way to the fountain? I feel like it's more likely this fountain was a place where you met up with the mysterious woman, except this time, BLOODY as well as forbidden things happened. Now it might not necessarily have been a murder, if so - it could have been in self-defense - but no matter the reason behind it, blood was still spilled, and that would be all that mattered to the creature in charge of this place. But that's wild speculation on my part and Megan could very well prove me wrong. The contrast between the blood and the roses is nice, by the way.
nathyfaith 17th Feb 12:02 PM, 2016 edit delete reply
this is so beautiful! I love the roses so much here!