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3. Supermassive Black Hole
In the time of chaos, thousands of Stars burst to life out of the massive matrix of dust and gas that filled the Universe. These Stars were enormous and greedy, absorbing large quantities of gas and dying in massive explosions, leaving behind monsters, residues of violence and greed: Black Holes.
One of these monsters thought himself more powerful than the rest, and therefore deserving of the limbs, tails, eyes and heads of his brethren. So he consumed his brothers one by one, gaining new features, multiple heads with large mouths, several tails, and hundreds of arms and legs. But one thing prohibited him from finding his brothers was the dust and gas that obscured them from his vision. So with all of his heads, he began consuming the dust in massive gulps. As he ate, however, he became unable to contain the hunger of his multiple heads, and began to thrash about, his stomach bursting. His massive intake began spin the dust around him into a massive whirlpool. The Stars around him, afraid of being consumed, poisoned his food, and the Black Hole became sick, expelling the dust in two massive streaks, snake like Quasars like a beacon in the quiet sky. His other heads continued to eat, pulling the poisoned dust into his gut where he immediately vomited it out again. The hot dust ripped at his throats until he became fatigued, absorbing all the dust in the area, and leaving the stars to circle him at a safe distance. The monster coiled in on himself, resting and unable to eat where he would remain for eternity.
Hello Meth Lab in the Sun
Crops of my thesis images. I will post the full ones after my thesis defense. Basically representations of my emotions when confronted by these different states of being, and trying to reason with not being as emotionally expressive as my friends and family—especially when it comes to death.
From top to bottom: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance.