Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Line game

Waiting for our food my son and I came up with this drawing. 

WXF 37!

Just in time to squeeze one last page off before midnight!
I hope to visit this story more often this coming year. No promises.

WXF 37

My internal calendar visualized.

I see the year when I think of it. This is kind of what it looks like when I see/think of it in my mind. Strange.

Monday, December 30, 2013

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

A couple fun Minotaur quickies

Minotaur practice. The top one was trying to get some kind of expression in the head. Bovines faces are not known for their expressive natures. I also wanted to satisfy my inner 14 year old Conan fan  which I don't seem to get to do often enough. I really wish I had more time to color stuff. Right now all of my art is done in bursts between down time. Not enough fingers in too many pies!

Saturday, December 07, 2013

Man Eating Cows

Man Eating Cows carry out their hunting at dawn and at dusk and also during the night. This usually involves stalking their prey followed by a sudden charge.

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Wednesday, December 04, 2013

Nerve Larvae

Nerve Larvae are a dendritic colonial microorganism. Tiny threadlike structures and spinning "star-tails" help propel them through the waters of the host's brain's brood chambers. They swim over the course of their 2-3 day short lives to the host extremities paralyzing their nervous system functions and spawn on the way back. When Nerve-Larvae decease over many generations their husks create a coral-like buildup swelling the victims brain and giving the skull a lumpy appearance resulting finally in death.
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Tuesday, December 03, 2013

An Orc

Drawing by me painting by my son.



Blood-drinkers reproduce asexually or sexually by growing a small bloody membranous bud from some part of their body, a replica of itself. Initially the "bud" is fed by the parent or host. Finally, as the point of attachment constricts, the young blood drinker breaks off. From there it begins to catch mice and worms on its own. As Blood-Drinkers grow they tackle larger and larger prey. Ancient Blood-Drinkers can be giant sized and able to reproduce by many buds at once.

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Monday, December 02, 2013