Saturday, February 28, 2009
It would definitely be a bad thing for an intergalactic midnight snacker to come visit Earth. He'd drop by in his footies, plop down on our heads, and crunch and snap his way to the gooey planet core. We'll just have to go on looking bland and recommend another world for late night snackages.
Ink and colored pencil on watercolor paper, 9" x 7"
Friday, February 27, 2009
With his horns held high and his leafy foliage flowing in the gentle breeze, king of the stick forest wades through his domain. Gentle nature-loving guests are treated with the utmost respect. Axe wielders and fire starters are summarily smashed and turned to twigs and bits of stone.
Ink on watercolor paper by bamboo pen and brush, 9" x 6"
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
Nasty nasty cardigan vulture. Long needly teeth allow him to re-crochet his ever unwinding sweater-like shell from the guts of his already dead victims.
Paint pen and colored pencil on red mat board, 7 1/4" x 6"
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Monday, February 23, 2009
Welcome to Pigman's butcher shop where everything is advertised as "100% meat". Step on up to the counter and take your pick of duck, dragon head, someone's leg, or how about the catch of the day? The ham is especially fresh.
Ink on watercolor paper, 9" x 7"
Sunday, February 22, 2009
Saturday, February 21, 2009
Late night lady cats strut around the town minding their own business until something unexpected happens. That's when they spring into action standing up tall and proud like a person, letting loose an ear-piercing scream and charging into battle to take no prisoners.
Ink and colored pencil on mat board, 10" x 8"
Friday, February 20, 2009
Sucker-footed and beak-faced creatures stir in the deep waters of ocean realms. Seen here floating as if weightless, this monster can propel through the water at alarming speeds. It does this by thrusting water from its tentacles and impaling anything in the way with a sharp hard beak.
Ink by pen and brush on watercolor paper, 9" x 7"
Thursday, February 19, 2009
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Monday, February 16, 2009
Sunday, February 15, 2009
When I confronted Easter Bunny about the implications of his racketeering scam with the tooth fairy he just laughed, laughed, and laughed some more. After about 20 minutes of straight laughter, cackling, and chuckles, I began to worry about my safety. It was then that I decided it was a good idea to stay a little longer and see where this was going.
Ink on watercolor paper with brush and pen, 9" x 7"
Saturday, February 14, 2009
Friday, February 13, 2009
At this point the path to safety is revealed. All we have to do is stand aside and let the polar opposite ends of this deformed slug creature duke it out. They will continue to be locked in a never ending battle for supremacy and to see who gets to be the mouth end for a day.
Colored pencil on Sennelier pastel card, 9" x 12"
Thursday, February 12, 2009
Not much is known about this monster. We do know that his victims seem drawn towards his chirps and chortles. Between pointy teeth, claws, and stubby mauling fingers, most of the time dental records are needed to confirm identities.
Ink and colored pencil on Mi-Teintes pastel paper, 11" x 8"
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
No gimmicks, no hootenanny, and absolutely none of that sass mouth!
This here is 100% pure monster. Just a mashy hairball with stick arms and a laser eye...ready to tear things up!
Colored pencil on paper, 14" x 11"
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
In the deep places of the Earth there is a worm. This worm MUST be fed humans every 80 days. We do this for the sake of all mankind. We do this because no one else will.
Colored pencil on Mi-Teintes pastel paper, 7" x 5 1/2"
Monday, February 9, 2009
It would be amazing to watch this beast in action. A deformed cross between yak and gargoyle. Look as he crashes his way across the country letting nothing stand in his way as if by manifest destiny like an awful shaggy demon.
Walnut ink and pastel on Mi-Teintes pastel paper, 9" x 12"
Sunday, February 8, 2009
The sea monster inhales whole ships with one motion only to smash them in his baleen encrusted lips. Right now his enormous form is lying dormant on the ocean floor. Each and every boat tiptoeing across the waves hoping not to be the one to spoil the beast's hibernation.
Ink and watercolor on watercolor paper, 13" x 9 1/2"
Saturday, February 7, 2009
This split-tongued little impish fellow hangs around the dark forgotten and unused corners of your home. He chooses quick moments to peak out, attack small pets and cross wires. When not indoors he loves to spend time in your garden squishing mud between his toesies and eating slugs.
Ink and colored pencil on Mi-Teintes pastel paper, 9" x 6"
Friday, February 6, 2009
Howard walked into the room and put the skull on his head. In an instant the Howard we knew was gone and all bets were off.
Ink and colored pencil on Mi-Teintes pastel paper, 10" x 8 1/2"
Thursday, February 5, 2009
Talk about rotten fruit. A flying sour apple and nasty demonic pears hanging out on the sunny ledge. They'll lay in wait for you to come close enough to grab a healthy snack. Watch out for your well being...eat a candy bar.
Acrylics and ink on watercolor paper, 8" x 12"
Wednesday, February 4, 2009
International traveler monster Triclops M. Hated is currently touring the whole on London to find and eat a new flavor of person. He's sick of Americans and their fast food bodies. His passport is current and proudly displays the unique facets of his home territory: United States of Monsters.
Pencil on paper, 7" x 5"
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Lobster claw spaceman from the 37th dimension!Four clawed arms make this interdimensional lawman formidable under the most dire of circumstances. He may be a monster but he stands for justice.
Ink and colored pencil on Mi-Teintes pastel paper, 12" x 9"
Monday, February 2, 2009
A sewer rat and a nasty chihuahua got together one drunken night and brought their sick and twisted spawn into the world. Now hairless rat-dog roams the sewers looking for trouble and beating up tourists and taking their shoes.
Ink on Mi-Teintes pastel paper, 6" x 7"
Sunday, February 1, 2009
May men will tell you that the water buffalo is the most dangerous animal in the jungle. I'm here to tell you that no animal is more dangerous than the rare (and hardly seen) foo water buffalo. Nature colors animals with bright colors as a warning to gawkers and encroachers.
Grease pencils and oil pastel on Sennelier pastel card, 6" x 9"