#1 Sirena DiCanto

| November 1, 2010 | 10 Comments

Sirena DiCanto sits on her rock and sings her heartbreaking song as she mourns for her lost love. Her song is so achingly soulful that, should you hear it, everything you once thought was beautiful would now seem shabby to your mind. The song would play back through your brain endlessly as your obsession grew. You’ll feel an overwhelming need to shelter and protect Sirena DiCanto from whatever heartache she surely endures. You will want her to sing only for you. Your mind will quickly spiral into madness and you’ll be driven to search the seas until you find her again. When you do find her, sitting on that rock and singing her mournful tune, you will be compelled to dive into the sea and swim to her. Your madness will turn into pure euphoria as her arms wrap around you as a huge smile of delight wipes away her sad expression. She will take you as her new lover down to her home in the sea and love you like nobody else ever could until the air bursts in your lungs and the sea rushes in.

Then Sirena DiCanto will sit on her rock and sing her mournful song about her lost lover again. The song will carry over the waves and into the infernal burning pits of Hell where you’re being tormented forever. Of all the creatures in Hell, you’ll be the only one smiling because you know that Sirena is singing for you.


Category: Fantasy, Horror

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  1. saulone says:

    Nice work Bobby! Love the fish eyes and muscles in her hair. 🙂 Looking forward to the next 29!

  2. Nice! I like the choice of colors!

  3. Julie Leone says:

    I read her little description and thought “That is wonderfully focked up!” I simply adore her because shes depressing and wonderful because shellfish live in her hair!~

  4. Bobby Timony says:

    Thank you, everyone. I’m glad you liked it. It is a little bit focked up, isn’t it?

  5. Mayabee says:

    This is fantastic!

  6. justjane says:

    That’s awesome, Bobby…I’m looking forward to seeing what you have to say about your future characters!

  7. jmundy5 says:

    Nice, Bobby. I wonder how Disney’s Little Mermaid would have worked out with Sirena instead of Ariel. Hmmm.

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