The first episode of the epic miniseries in a folder, "The Mysteries of Smallville". Enjoy!
About this creation
This is the first "episode" (I guess)
of my new Smallville series. Sorry that
I haven't posted recently. Been making plans
for my new creations. Anyways, here goes nothin':
"'Just another sunny day in Smallville.'
The radio said aloud. The miners had went to central
stone, to mine for gold and whatnot. So, they barged
and blasted away. Just as the first pick hit the ground,
the miner heard a clink, and then the ground
shook with a BOOM. The miner joked that he had
Thor's hammer, but heard another boom, this time losing
his balance. Many walked away, and a few fled. All was
silent, and then, a black structure emerged from
the ground with immense speed and size, and one
miner had his legs sliced off, and he was gruesomely
stuck to the structure. It appeared to be a great arm.
It was black, with streaks of beige and black, and
some fingers were broken off. The question soon
arose that that may have been an alienated artifact
from ancient civilizations. Some of the Omanuchu artifacts
had been found, and this may theoretically be one.
For now, none had known, they were too busy freaking out,
screaming and running in circles, or dramatically
staying still. It was both a frightening yet hilarious
scene. Some had photos, but a radioactive wave cut 'em
off. Luckily, back home, we've recovered them, and some
of the many things in Smallville. They are shown below.
A simple view from the bottom.
I don't know how I pulled this off (in real life I do), but this is a view without the arm.
A bit of an elevated view.
To take this photo, I got on a helicopter, and took it. I jumped out with a parachute. Good thing I jumped off in time though; or I'd be about 2 counties away.
I took this right before I jumped. My parachute was already on!
This is one of the worst happenings in the history of Smallville.
This is Miner 777 or Bob G. signing off. Till later."
So, yeah, that's how it started, and leave comments, constructive criticism, whatever. More photos comin' later!