(sorry it took me forever to find time for personal art but here it is!) I loved the idea of the king of monsters being this ancient force of nature capable of destruction and peace.
THIS IS SO COOL
I own this comic! It’s called Beasts of Burden, written by Evan Dorkin and illustrated by Jill Thompson of The Sandman fame. It’s kinda like “Supernatural, but with dogs and cats”. Definitely recommend it to animal fans, fans of the supernatural, and people who aren’t squeamish.
THANK U MOLLY NOW I CAN BUY THIS <3
I’ve seen a few people doing these and with all the Pokemon cards I’ve got laying around I just had to try it…plus I wanted an excuse to bust out the acrylics. I think I’m addicted.
If anyone wants to buy them they’re up for grabs on my brand new Etsy shop!
Hyrule Warriors looks great
Phil Hale, a London based illustrator, knows what to do. His illustrations are incredibly rich with disjointed movement, explosive energy, and raw masculinity that which all combines into an overwhelming visit to drama itself.Hale‘s caught-in-the-moment subjects in contexts that can be described as a bit dark reminded me of the time I fell in love with J.D. Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye. In my fantasy world, Hale and Salinger would be exchanging ideas for a collaborative project to illustrate Catcher over a casual dinner (Salinger making sure the plot in the book is followed), where I would join them for the meal as a mutual acquaintance they don’t mind having around, share a few laughs with the fellows, and silently admire them both while watching them talk.
Pokemon Cards that tell stories
Five Nights At Freddies played by the most fearless man