- May 2011
The Colossus of life is a beast of impossible size which has grown to such magnitude in order to survive his cruel world, he is the top of his food chain.
Long thorny black vines twist and lash from his arched back, he moves slowly his body is a writhing mass of plants dying and re-growing over and over.
His heart glows a fiery red in his chest, this is his only weak spot as it is the thinnest section of his armour of pulsating green vines, branches and moss.
To get to his heart you must first climb up his back legs, his front hands have the ability of give and take life, anything living he touches will rot and die, anything dead will be brought back to life.
But beware, parasites live within the forests that grow on him. Size:
Watercolour and biro on watercolour paper.