…Silverfish! Please tell me someone saved that.
All the old threads are archived so you can still find it. (Protip: Top left, four down).
I see really fucked up stuff in some of my dreams. But I don't have the time or resources to draw it all.
Once dreamt of Smile chasing me with a box-cutter, but he was in his school uniform for once.>>111>>46
You two are freaking awesome!!
Is music based on dreams okay?
That sounds really interesting, so why the hell not?
353 here. I don't dream anymore, so I kinda try to replicate my old dreams I had as a child, or other people's dreams that have been gracious enough to share.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0873hdynjzc
This song is an aural vision of old, industrial nightmares I would have as a child.
Thank you! C:
I have tons of more dream related songs, but that's probably the most 'dream-y'. I am working on a couple more. Maybe I'll make a thread.
It would make me AAAAAAAA all the way C:
Thirded, get that shit on this board please. the first song you posted is awesome.
365 Here. Right now, I have two dream tracks released, and I have three in progress. When I finish them, I'll post them. :3 Thanks!
OP your art is fantastic, could we get a bit of a story with who the person is?
And I posted the backstory in the original thread that's in the archive.
But the tl;dr version is that he was a doppelganger that can impersonate other people.
He can also sort of read your mind. If you even begin to suspect he isn't the person he's pretending to be he would suddenly reveal this "true face" sort of thing and would suddenly attack you. His face would constantly shift around and looked like wet paint. (And I never ever have any sort of bright color in my dreams so it was really odd).
That drawing in pretty old so I'd like to try again sometime soon.
This reminds me of Aztec mythology, many of there deities and religious ceremonies are connected to or involve obsidian.
In fact Ītzpāpālōtl ("Obsidian Butterfly") was a skeletal warrior goddess.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Itzpapalotl
I remember this. Goddamn The Silverfish is cool. I like what the guy posted about him:
"The Silverfish. An elderly man who loves to play dice, and kills anyone who loses. And he never loses."
that's actually legitimately interesting wow
oddly enough the civilization in my dream did remind me vaguely of aztec construction, but only vaguely. hm.
It's therapy to draw what we see in dreams. It subconsciously reminds us that we are what we dream, and that what we dream is dependent upon us for existence, and could therefore never actually hurt us.
Unfortunately I was hit hard in the head as a child and my hands shake continuously, so I can't draw what I see in dreams.
Just for the record though, when my dreams aren't bright and happy I'd rather NOT draw what I see, as if often is by turns bosche and giger influenced.
for me the urge to draw stuff from my dreams is less therapeutic and more because my dreams tend to fade really quickly and i want to have something to remember them, but i can see where you're coming from.
i don't have scary things in my dreams too often; even the ancient guardians weren't really frightening to me. so i mostly just concentrate on things that I find interesting.
pic related, old painting of a dream room i never finished
This is the best thread
Wait a second…
If the Silverfish kills everyone who loses (which is everyone), what is promised to those who win? Why even play?
Uhhhh… dream logic? I dunno. Anyway Silverfish is coolio.
somebody calls you she answers quite slowlya girl with kaleidoscope eyes
Hey, this is a bit unrelated but how do you guys dream about creatures and situations so easily? All I dream about are real people and situations.
i uh…. don't really? i mean, for every dream with a weird interesting thing to draw in it i have like 10 that are 100% normal. what you see in the thread is probably just a small sample of our dreams.
He seems like a cute creature. What's up with the d-pad arrows above his head? I wanna knooooow.
The arrows are supposed to be those arrows on a Stepmania game. I put them there because this dream seems to have been inspired by a picture of a Noodleperson playing Stepmania that is currently somewhere on Uboachan. No idea why a chibi Noodleperson that speaks in arrows is burning cereal, though.
w-was it my old drawing I made to describe my experience playing pump-it-up, the inbred cousin of DDR and stepmania?
I made this sometime last year and posted it on IRC..
Nah, it was something else. Wondering where that picture went.
>>1043>uboachan has 2 pictures of noodlepeople playing stepmania
what is wrong with us
I've drawn some things from my dreams, too bad they weren't made digitally…
I'll try to post some pictures soon
so expect 100 hours in MS paint from me for now. It may at least give you a good idea of what the characters looked like.
>mfw I'm used to drawing on paper and suck at drawing digitally
This thread is for posting art based off of dreams. If you have a drawing you can include a story alongside it. Otherwise hell yeah new thread, have fun etc.
So be it.>>1092
I'll tell you guys the part where she appeared.
So I went through a tube and went to a fenced-off outside area and "Lucy" was standing on the opposite side of where I was, back turned.
Apparently I walked over to her out of curiosity and when I got close, she turns around.
At this point, her skin turned a rustic, orange color, her eyes "morph" together to form one big eye, and she opens her mouth revealing countless, thick, flat-ended "tentacles".
And then it ends there.
Thread necromancer here again.
Here's a lazy environment sketch I did of part of an interesting location I dreamed up not too long ago (yes, I know, it's killyourself-mode bad, deal with it). It was some kind of boarding school which would randomly switch between being a school, a prison, and a massive shopping mall. Strangely enough, no one in the dream noticed when it changed–except me. When it would become a prison, every student, including myself, became a prisoner, and every shopper who'd been visiting the mall became a spectator/visitor who'd come to gawk at us. Its appearance as it changed from one form to the next fluctuated, but the basic structure/layout remained the same.
Partial portrait of Aria, the character from >>1670
Every time I shut my eyes I see her face, and yet I can't paint it worth shit… Welp, at least I tried.
glad the best uboachan thread is still going