09 March 2013

Blood Lord Herald

'The Blood Lord Herald appearance on the battlefield would signal the arrival of the Blood Demon host. Then, the real battle would begin...'

Watercolours, Sharpie, pigment ink. 200 gsm Daler-Rowney paper.

06 March 2013



'The Soul-taker had resided in the Castle of the Lake, occasionally issuing forth to ravage the countryside. Eventually, a knight had arrived to challenge the monstrosity.'

Gouache, watercolours, pigment ink. 200 gsm Daler-Rowney paper.
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27 February 2013

Red Demon

'Out of the darkness, the red demon emerged, a picture of malevolence and evil..'

200 gsm Daler-Rowney paper, watercolours, pigment ink.
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30 August 2012

Devastator Demon

'The devastator demons emerged and fought with fanatical fury when the demonic standards were raised. Their disregard for pain and danger were fearsome to behold.'

Gouache. A5. 300 gsm Daler-Rowney paper.

10 August 2012

Hellfire Demon Berserker

"As the demon host from the pit poured forth, it was led by the Hellfire Demon Berserkers..."

Pigment ink, gouache.

06 August 2012

Death Mountain Demon

"It was in the last days of the realm that the Death Mountain Demons were unleashed at the citadel..." 

Pigment ink, gouache.

02 August 2012

Hellgate Demon Warrior

"The savage Hellgate Demon Warriors are formidable opponents for the forces of light, numbering in the thousands as they guard the Gates of Hell..."

Pigment ink, gouache. A5. 135 gsm drawing block.

18 July 2012

Hellguard Demon

"The Hellguard Demons are the vanguard of the Demonic Host..."

Pigment ink, Marvy, Artline, 0.03, 0.1. Watercolours.

16 July 2012

Satyr demon

"The roars from the demon horde could be heard from the high battlements of the citadels."

Pigment ink, 0.1, Artline. 0.03, Marvy. Gouache, Daler-Rowney. 135 gsm A5 drawing block.

14 July 2012

Porcine demon

"Battle cries of oink oink were uttered as the demon host led by their demonic messiah charged towards the forces of light."

Gouache, Daler-Rowney 300 gsm watercolour paper, A5.

13 July 2012

Demon pig

"When the demon pig horde goes to war, battle cries of Oink Oink can be heard from long distances."

Pigment ink, gouache.

10 July 2012

Demon prince

"The prince of demons, a formidable warrior in the battlefields, dreaded by the forces of light.."

Pigment ink, 0.4, Artline, gouache.

07 July 2012

Demon warrior

"Hordes of demon warriors rallied to the infernal standards of the helllords..."

Pigment ink, 0.03, 0.05, 0.4. Artline, Marvy. Gouache. A5.


Hello, welcome to the One Hundred and One Demons blog. This blog is the brainchild of Jerry Teo and Chuang Shyue Chou. It is conceived as a means of brainstorming, exploring different forms and also exchanging ideas and such between fellow creatives.

Image from Wikipedia: St. Anthony plagued by demons, as imagined by Martin Schongauer, in the 1480s.

From the Wikipedia entry:

"A demon is a supernatural, often malevolent being prevalent in religionoccultismliterature, and folklore. The original Greek worddaimon does not carry the negative connotation initially understood by implementation of the Koine δαιμόνιον (daimonion), and later ascribed to any cognate words sharing the root.
In Ancient Near Eastern religions as well as in the Abrahamic traditions, including ancient and medieval Christian demonology, a demon is considered an "unclean spirit" which may cause demonic possession, calling for an exorcism. In Western occultism and Renaissance magic, which grew out of an amalgamation of Greco-Roman magicJewish demonology, and Christian tradition, a demon is a spiritual entity that may be conjured and controlled."

Demons today are depicted in current popular smash hit computer games like Diablo 3, roleplaying games and more. Demons are prevalent in popular culture and are depicted in many means. Demons are also commonplace in the medieval fantasy world of Warhammer and can be found in Dungeons & Dragons.

The more common depiction in the West is that of a satyr.

In the east, the demon is also commonplace in folklore, myths and legends.

Here we hope that this blog can serve as an outlet for individual imagination and expression where the different cultural archetypes can be explored.

Let the proceedings begin and enjoy the drawings and paintings of demons!