Friday, July 25, 2008

Canned Monsters

Unfortunately, there are many imaginary friends, even those who might be initially thought of as harmless, that get out of hand. In this case, the only solution is to have them canned, and assure the anxious youngster that imaginary friends don't need to breathe, and that this particular imaginary "friend" won't be able to come near them ever again.

Be sure to full view!

Friday, July 18, 2008

Once Was Enough

He never asked to be buried in sand again (3rd entry for Illustration Friday)


This little guy is for the Creature of the week challenge over at The current weekly challenge is "Boredom Killer" These little creature live under children's beds and get much of their food from the children feeding them leftovers and snacks (and, often, their unwanted vegetables). They go to great lengths to keep their children-simbiotes entertained, because if they didn't, the children might neglect them, or worse--look under the bed and find the baby Spring-Boings, who aren't nearly as durable as the adults.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Great White Submarine

Seeking to expand my repetoire of environments. Though this is probably a bit simplistic for that . . .

Monday, July 14, 2008

Will O the Wisp

On foggy nights in the salty marshes, little lights appear to lead astray hunters and others who aren't careful.

My second entry for Illustration Friday. Please click to full-view, you can't see the little guy properly without doing that.

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Weenie Dog

This picture is older than Sour Milk Monster, but not by much, and I felt like sharing.

Thursday, July 10, 2008