More mold stuff. I think “The Last of Us” is influencing me. Which isn’t a bad thing.
These are some thoughts on how a giant mold spore would use found objects to create locomotion.
I think they will eventually become colossal roving creatures in Trea. I don’t have a name for them, but they’re herd creatures that roam through deserts to find water sources. They grow long tendrils of plants as they drink the water, and once the water is used up, they move on, slowly losing their flora & fauna as they search.
“Paying attention to things – it’s how we show love.” – The Last of Us
That quote from last week’s episode hit me hard. I’m not one for details, both in my art and my personal life. My fear of not getting things done before my focus deviates causes me to seek the fastest method to get what is in my head outside. That means skimping on the details and embracing messy.
These are lichen hounds and mushroom tripods. I’m transcribing a script that happens about 6 books after “Enter Cedar”. It’s the same sort of creatures that form the “black mold boy” and the “moldies”.