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Cockroach Pentecost 63 by Entomotheist Cockroach Pentecost 63 by Entomotheist
Cockroach Pentecost is about a man named Corach, who's wandering through a world taken over by insects in search of his missing lover, Emily.

There will be violence, the occasional swear word, and bugs of varying creepiness, so, consider yourself warned.


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Nashoba-Hostina Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2012   General Artist
I love the colors in this... and the juxtposition of fireflies with actual fire. Such a beautiful, yet sad and scary scene.
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Xarratha Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2012
Fireflies~ :iconshaplz: And fiiiiiirreeee. *pyro moment*

Um. Um. The verb should not be "sneaked", but "snuck". I'm trying to remember my verb-forms so I can say why it's wrong, but yeah, that's improper conjugation right there.
Anyways, this is gorgeous as usual. I love the colours~:heart:
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Entomotheist Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I just looked this up - you're right! Wow. I remember some kid back in second grade getting seriously chewed out by the teacher for using "snuck" on a paper... I feel kind of better about life knowing that she was wrong!
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Xarratha Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2012
Pfft, my grammar nerdery paid off. :meow:
Oh good grief, we've had that with a lot of different words and teachers. Mostly with hung and hanged for some reason. Isn't that feeling the best, when you find out someone who talked down to you years ago was wrong? It relieves so much crippling self-doubt.
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