I let my friends name my made-up creatures, and they dubbed this guy a Shneeper. I love that name, but since S is already for Slythels, he’ll need another at some point if he’s going to go with the alphabetical bestiary.
Consumption of my younger sibling wouldn’t have deterred me from bringing this thing home either, because I was a horrible big sister.
I went to a shitty high school that seriously lacked creative stimulation. Needless to say, I doodled a lot on my papers. My sophomore year, I started drawing these furry, two-legged creatures at the bottom of French tests, each labeled “Le Moufeau.” It got to the point where I was rushing to finish tests so […]
I went to a shitty high school that seriously lacked creative stimulation. Needless to say, I doodled a lot on my papers. My sophomore year, I started drawing these furry, two-legged creatures at the bottom of French tests, each labeled “Le Moufeau.” I tried to draw a different one on each test. I drew this […]
Time to shove my newest work out of the nest and see if it can fly! I’ll post a new sketch at least once a week, hopefully more. Stay tuned to the Sketchblog for updates, stay sane with my comic on dealing with painful shit, and stay safe wherever you are.
I created hearthbeasts for a novel I was trying to write in high school. The book itself never went anywhere, but I still want one of these gentle, dumb, lazy fluffballs.
I experimented with drawing different kinds of eyes and I have a penchant for creepy. I’m gradually doing one made-up creature for each letter of the alphabet in hopes of doing a coloring book one day. I post each drawing to Facebook with the letter and invite my friends to name it.
I hope the creators of Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts ask me to design mutes for them one day.
Whenever I don’t know what to draw, I make up a creature. I seriously never tire of this. The Grunwich is the first chimeric beast I designed for what I hope will be a coloring book one day.
A friend asked me what my dream job was. I grabbed the nearest art to hand and said, “Getting paid to draw monsters for a living.”