This week’s Concept Art Writing Prompt, by artist Matt Hansen, focuses on a gruesome artifact. What story will you write about this mystical relic, how it came to be, or what it does?
In this week’s Concept Art Writing Prompt by Christian Bravery of Leading Light Design, a lunar mission stumbles across something very unexpected. You tell us: How the hell did they stumble across undiscovered monsters on the moon?
In this week’s Concept Art Writing Prompt, by artist Yunior Guerra, we’ve got a recon crew inspecting a downed plane. If this inspires you to write a story, tell us: Who are these characters? And what do they find out in the sand?
In this week’s Concept Art Writing Prompt, by artist Alexandra Semushina, two creatures are playing a game that doesn’t just involve strategy or luck; it also involves a bit of necromancy. What story will you write about this game, the players, and the stakes they’re playing for?
This week’s Concept Art Writing Prompt, by artist Gary Laib, features the singing dead. What story can you spin about this choir of corpses?
In this week’s Concept Art Writing Prompt by Alice Duke, a botanist contemplates her life on an alien planet with only her mutant dog creature for company. What story can you spin about this lady and her far-off thoughts?
In this week’s Concept Art Writing Prompt by artist Francesco Corvino, a solitary figure has plenty of company overhead. Is this a surprise? Or just a routine night out on the water? You come up with a story and tell us.
Within this collection of six-word tales lie the answer to so many questions that we’ve contemplated, including: What are Terminators afraid of? What would a social feud with Death look like? And what should one do with a slightly used jetpack?
In this week’s Concept Art Writing Prompt, by artist Ville Ericsson, we see a pair of armed fellows patrolling a city alley. But who are they? And what’s their relationship, if any, to the robot ahed of them?
In this week’s Concept Art Writing Prompt, by artist David Cousens, an unusual character is attracting quite a bit of attention at a sunlit diner. You tell us: What’s going on here? What’s this curious character’s story? And what happens when that kid starts pointing and staring?
In our weekly Concept Art Writing Prompt, we invite you all to write short stories inspired by a particularly interesting illustration. This week’s prompt, by artist Johnson Ting, shows us a very battered NASA ship. You tell us: What happened here?
We’re plunged into a strange alien world in this week’s Concept Art Writing Prompt, by artist Jeremy Anderson. You tell us: What is this place? And what is happening with that band of figures crossing the plain?
We've got some kind of evaluation happening in this week's Concept Art Writing Prompt, by artist Johannes Holm. So what's going on? And what happens to the humans who are pulled out of line?
There's nothing like waking up in the morning and getting a face full of monster. This week's Concept Art Writing Prompt, by David Velásquez, would make a great illustration for a story — you just have to write it first.
It's a snowy day in this week's Concept Art Writing Prompt, by artist Katharina Guettlein, but there is shelter ahead. Write a story inspired by this image and tell us: What will our lone figure find there?
There is something amazing going on in this week's writing prompt, by artist Mohammad Hossein Attaran. But what is it? How on Earth did this happen in the first place? And what is our falling figure trying to accomplish? You tell us; write a story about this peculiar moment.
The phases of the moon get a bit fanciful in this week's writing prompt, by artist Goro Fujita. Tell us your tale about this character and their rather unusual lunar job.
This week's writing prompt, by artist Alexandra Khitrova, features an apparently tiny creature who has found itself a comfortable little home. Check out the full image below and take a crack at writing a story about this little fellow.
Well, things are looking pretty creepy in this week's writing prompt. But is the massive mother in this image going to care for that baby or feed the baby to her brood?
An unusual ship cruises the waters under the banner of the United Nations in this week's writing prompt. You tell us: Why on Earth is the navy employing a giant rubber duck?