Monthly Archives: January 2013

Humph

Unnecessarily grumpy kid accurately depicts how I feel when uninspired to draw. Emphasis on “unnecessarily”. Advertisements

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Zallip – Adult Form

After sprouting legs and fur, the zallip departs from the nest, leaving behind the fruin’t seed that protected it during infancy.  

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Zallip – Larval Form

With a fruin’t jelly coating, larval zallips are well protected against all but the bravest predators. For the entirety of their larval phase, zallips are kept in the underground nest, being cared for by their parents.

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Captions Competition

I pencilled out these comic panels because it’s something I need to practice. I thought I’d turn it into a competition by leaving the text blank. What would you put in the 4 text boxes and bubbles? Winner gets a … Continue reading

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Self-Slicing Bread

Today the Daily Prompt asked us what the best thing was since sliced bread. The only thing I can think of that’s better than sliced bread is self-slicing bread. I think this guy might be friends with the self-peeling onion … Continue reading

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Master Spock Mash Up

Master Spock instructs Luke in the logical ways of The Force with a Vulcan nerve pinch. The geeks out the will probably realise that this is in homage to the news that J.J. Abrams (director of the Star Trek reboot) … Continue reading

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