Name the movie. All correct answers will get there name put in a drawing to get a free Modded Portrait.
Monday, February 24, 2014
Sunday, February 23, 2014
Saturday, February 22, 2014
Cryptozoology, as suggested by Carolyn Curtis of Google Plus fame
Murky: Homo Murcatus
Here we have an artist's rendition of a "Murky." An amphibious beast that lives in the swamps, creeks and floodplains in the gully behind my Grandma's house. Seriously..... one of them still has my shoe it stole from me when it tried to pull me under. If it wan't for my brother grabbing my hands and pulling me to safety, I might have become their dinner. There are eye witness accounts from my cousins who also ventured out into the gully behind Grandma's house.
Murkies tend to be ambush predators and wait for their prey to come to them. They have eyes mounted on the top of their heads so they can peer above the surface without revealing their presence. With powerful limbs, they can get away easily before they are detected.
Friday, February 21, 2014
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Meet Gnash Bonecruncher, MD.
Goblin Plague doctor at your service.
Suggested by Ian McCurdy
Since you have the plague, you're pretty much dead, and Gnash knows this. His job is to make you as comfortable as possible..... by bashing in your skull and putting you out of your misery. But not to worry. He's brought dinnerware so that he and his friends may dine on your flesh. Now doesn't that make you feel more comfortable in these troubling times?
Monday, February 17, 2014
These little guys walk around at about 2 to 3 feet high and they live On The Other Side of The World. They live in a world with large Slimy Squirmy Floppimoose and Hairy Gooberstanks. They are responsible for guarding the Hole to The Other Side of The World.
They are incredibly curious and are, at this moment, looking over my shoulder, pulling at my arms so they can get a better look at the portrait I drew of Phil. That's the guy pictured above. They can't read so it won't matter that I let you know that they are INCREDIBLY annoying in their inquisitiveness..... and they have a strange cough syrup smell to them.
Sunday, February 16, 2014
Friday, February 14, 2014
Thursday, February 13, 2014
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
The Crooked Forest of Oobapaloo
Terrain, suggested by Ann Milzarski
The Crooked Forest of Oobapaloo is home to the Purple Garflax. The people are wonderfully friendly and excellent at making Sugar Frosted Snaggle Butts, known throughout the galaxy as the best cure for foot odor.
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Sunday, February 9, 2014
My brain's doing some wonky things and refusing to cooperate with a lot of aspects of my life right now and creativity and art in general is one of them. I want to keep doing these sketch-a-days because, well, they're a sketch every day. So, I'm asking if you can throw out ideas that you might want to see me sketch. Nothing too spectacular, of course. No Chuck Norris battling Jormundgandr while riding a battle toad across the River Styx while holding a scimitar. Heck, you can even go back through some of the old posts and ask for a different version, or something related to it.
When I work it up, you'll get full credit for the idea that started it. So, anyway, help me jump start my brain and throw some ideas at me.
So please, please, please throw a bunch of requests at me so I can get this bogged down hunk of junk rolling again. kaythanksbye.
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
The Parachute Plant, also known as the Errant Wanderer
This large plant, from Icarus, starts out as just a large flowering plant, but once the flowers are seeded a marvelous transformation takes place. The flower immediately starts a rapid growth into a "fruit." Except, it's actually a fully developed plant that's growing within the pods. Once the plant is mature enough, it detaches from the parent plant and the casing surrounding it splits open to become large foils that catch the wind and carry it away. Sometimes these plants can be carried to a completely different plateau. The plant eventually sheds it's foils and lands on the ground with active roots that immediately begin digging in the ground and the process starts all over again.
Monday, February 3, 2014
or Air Cow as their affectionately known. (It's the dutch translation.... I looked it up on Babelfish)
The Luchtkoe wasn't originally a ground "bird." It was bred that way once the colonists of Icarus realized that they didn't have a reliable source of protein.
The Greater Oblako
Named by one the original colonists to Icarus, who happened to be Russian. When he looked up in the sky, he could see these great, pale beasts just floating around in the sky.... like clouds. Oblako is Russian for cloud.... at least in it's English spelling. (I looked it up online.... and everything on the web is true.) It was through these great beasts that they were able to settle most of the mushroom, rocky islands. The gave the people of Icarus much greater range than the swiftly deteriorating gliders that they originally used.
Saturday, February 1, 2014
The Mushroom Mountains of Icarus
Icarus was settled centuries ago when a human expedition crashed on to one of the plateaus. They called their new home Icarus because the only way they could get around was by building large gliders from the remnants of their space ship. Through exploration, it was discovered that the entire surface of the planet was covered with water and these rock formations.