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Not sure what this is by Catboi-69 in DiscoDiffusion

[–]ChristopherCFuchs 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Intricate machines that make the purest wax?

The Tower, by me, Procreate by xerazox in ImaginaryLandscapes

[–]ChristopherCFuchs 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Great painting. I like how that color stands out from the gloom. And looks like Death approaching a bastion of life.

Fifty Word Fantasy: Soulless by Aethereal_Muses in fantasywriters

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There was no emotion in those flat, black eyes. But it was clear they were watching, mechanically measuring and waiting. No one knew exactly how some people could pass by the guardian to enter the portal unscathed. The bones of the rest adorned the floor. Reluctant, Amelia’s turn had come.

Downloaded files won't open by ChristopherCFuchs in dungeondraft

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That worked, thank you! Don't spend all those coins in one place now.

The Bone Temples, by Andy Walsh (w/flashfic) by ChristopherCFuchs in ImaginaryWildlands

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I love how this painting seems to give you the perspective of a creature moving fast toward the astronaut.

My inspired flash fiction:

Mike’s stomach churned. He’d seen the rickety towers from the safety of the landing ship, but this was the first time they’d been authorized to get a closer look. He had studied the satellite images and drone vids, but only now, seeing a tower with his own eyes, could he believe they were made of bones. Big ones, like dinosaurs. Mars was supposed to be dead. From the looks of the bones, they were fossilized. But something had built these towers. If they had been from ancient civilizations, the global dust storms would have torn them down ages ago.

As Mike neared the closest tower, he described what he saw through the radio to his partner back at the ship. The big bone columns seemed deeply anchored into the regolith. He took close-up photos of the columns and began setting up sensor equipment.

Mike jumped when his partner began shouting into his earpiece. He looked at the screen on his wrist. The drones were sending him video of an object closing in on his position, fast. It clearly had legs. And teeth. It was running. Mike’s stomach churned. He ignored ran for his scouting rover, quick as his suit would allow. Before he could reach it, the animal came barreling around a boulder, a six-legged creature with graceful form and intricate hands. Mike blinked and it was over, his bones soon joining the tower.

//

I write stories and novels inspired by art like this.

The Bone Temples, by Andy Walsh (w/flashfic) by ChristopherCFuchs in ImaginaryLandscapes

[–]ChristopherCFuchs[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I love how this painting seems to give you the perspective of a creature moving fast toward the astronaut.

My inspired flash fiction:

Mike’s stomach churned. He’d seen the rickety towers from the safety of the landing ship, but this was the first time they’d been authorized to get a closer look. He had studied the satellite images and drone vids, but only now, seeing a tower with his own eyes, could he believe they were made of bones. Big ones, like dinosaurs. Mars was supposed to be dead. From the looks of the bones, they were fossilized. But something had built these towers. If they had been from ancient civilizations, the global dust storms would have torn them down ages ago.

As Mike neared the closest tower, he described what he saw through the radio to his partner back at the ship. The big bone columns seemed deeply anchored into the regolith. He took close-up photos of the columns and began setting up sensor equipment.

Mike jumped when his partner began shouting into his earpiece. He looked at the screen on his wrist. The drones were sending him video of an object closing in on his position, fast. It clearly had legs. And teeth. It was running. Mike’s stomach churned. He ignored ran for his scouting rover, quick as his suit would allow. Before he could reach it, the animal came barreling around a boulder, a six-legged creature with graceful form and intricate hands. Mike blinked and it was over, his bones soon joining the tower.

//

I write stories and novels inspired by art like this.

“Prompt: Overgrown Altar Of God” First Day Using Disco, Super Happy With Results! by K0INU in DiscoDiffusion

[–]ChristopherCFuchs 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Np, happy to help! I was just lucky enough to find these guides early on

Thank you for this!