This drawing is part of the series of Blackhaven Anomalies. This series illustrating the general threats, hauntings, and strange occurrences that plague the dark corrupted world of the alternate Blackhaven Institution.
They are those who devour the very embrace they seek... Gummies are commonly found roaming around in the alternate Blackhaven's Orphan wing. Gummies where once children, but in this corrupted demonic form appears much larger in stature than they once were. A gummy wanders around alone as if it is confused and lost, but becomes stimulated and energetic when in the presence of a human being. Attracted to a familiarity that is completely lost in this world, they pursue their victims reaching out their arms ahead as their larger pair arms propels them forward swiftly in a desperate chase. If caught a gummy will grasp tightly, it's giant maw will bite into and eat away at it's victims flesh. A Gummy never appears to be satisfied once having fully devoured it's victim judging by the noises it emits and bizarre shaking motion of it's hands afterwards. Based on their behavior, a gummy is believed to be a twisted manifestation of longing likely deriving from a child who died alone on the day of the fire.
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Ryan Nieves (b. 1993) is an illustrator, fine artist, and writer from Staten Island, New York. Practicing the art of traditional drawing since early childhood, it was around his freshman year of college where he decided to get serious and wanted to commit to the arts professionally. A mostly self-taught artist, a majority of his work is dark in nature and explores concepts rooted in horror. He was inspired to take this route with his art after discovering the Silent Hill video game series. He also takes inspiration from Japanese horror, especially the supernatural aspects stemming from stories, games, and ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.