somehow worthwhile

I am not arrogant enough
to think that I can solve all your problems,
cure you of your ailments,
and exorcise all your demons.

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teezybird:

A creative challenge I’ll be doing that you’re all welcome to partake in. Basically: You’ll be drawing/writing about/whatever other creative thing you want to do 28 different monsters based on the prompts below. You can do doodles, full-blown paintings, short drabbles, whole stories, whatever you want. While this is intended to be done through the month of February you’re welcome to do this whenever you wish. 
These monsters can be gross, creepy, cutesy, pretty, whatever you want. Just let your imagination fly and have fun with this.
If this catches on it’d be really cool if you tagged your creations with ‘28 Monsters.’ I’m interested to see other people’s takes on the prompts.
Day 1:  A swamp dwelling monster.
Day 2: A monster that brings about a specific disease.
Day 3: A particularly cute monster inspired by an insect or an arachnid.
Day 4: A humanoid monster with feline features.
Day 5: A monster inspired by deep-sea organisms.
Day 6: A monster that disguises itself as a common household object.
Day 7: Pick a tree and combine it with your favorite animal. Make your monster out of this.
Day 8: An unusual take on the vampire. 
Day 9: An unusual take on the werewolf.
Day 10: A particularly scary monster based on a traditionally adorable animal like rabbits, small dogs, etc.
Day 11:  A candy-based monster.
Day 12: A beautiful monster that uses its beauty to lure in prey.
Day 13: A monster based on a common farm animal, like cows, sheep, or chickens.
Day 14: A monster that only appears in our world on Valentine’s Day.
Day 15: A flamboyantly colored monster with a beautiful voice.
Day 16: A monster that lures humans into wooded areas and makes them extremely fearful of the world outside said wooded area.
Day 17: A monster that causes a minor inconvenience, like getting your socks lost or bogging down your internet speed.
Day 18: A monster based off a childhood fear of yours.
Day 19: An intimidating, vicious monster that can be easily defeated with a common household object.
Day 20: A monster that inhabits coral-reefs.
Day 21: A monster with three mouths, none of these mouths being on its head, and a highly specific diet
Day 22: A monster with at least 2 heads and no eyes.
Day 23: A monster that appears in crowded areas in broad daylight and travels silently through the crowd. Nobody knows what it wants but police stations are generally flooded with missing person reports after it appears.
Day 24: A slime-based monster with an addictive slime that causes feelings of bliss.
Day 25: A crystalline monster that causes feelings of unease, which it then feeds off.
Day 26: A monster you can summon by chanting its name 3 times in a dark room in front of a mirror. What this monster does when summoned is up to you.
Day 27: A monster with unusually large hands that is generally found prowling the halls of hospitals at night for unknown reasons.
Day 28: Look back on all the monsters you’ve made and create a hybrid of two of your favorites.

teezybird:

A creative challenge I’ll be doing that you’re all welcome to partake in. Basically: You’ll be drawing/writing about/whatever other creative thing you want to do 28 different monsters based on the prompts below. You can do doodles, full-blown paintings, short drabbles, whole stories, whatever you want. While this is intended to be done through the month of February you’re welcome to do this whenever you wish. 

These monsters can be gross, creepy, cutesy, pretty, whatever you want. Just let your imagination fly and have fun with this.

If this catches on it’d be really cool if you tagged your creations with ‘28 Monsters.’ I’m interested to see other people’s takes on the prompts.

Day 1:  A swamp dwelling monster.

Day 2: A monster that brings about a specific disease.

Day 3: A particularly cute monster inspired by an insect or an arachnid.

Day 4: A humanoid monster with feline features.

Day 5: A monster inspired by deep-sea organisms.

Day 6: A monster that disguises itself as a common household object.

Day 7: Pick a tree and combine it with your favorite animal. Make your monster out of this.

Day 8: An unusual take on the vampire. 

Day 9: An unusual take on the werewolf.

Day 10: A particularly scary monster based on a traditionally adorable animal like rabbits, small dogs, etc.

Day 11:  A candy-based monster.

Day 12: A beautiful monster that uses its beauty to lure in prey.

Day 13: A monster based on a common farm animal, like cows, sheep, or chickens.

Day 14: A monster that only appears in our world on Valentine’s Day.

Day 15: A flamboyantly colored monster with a beautiful voice.

Day 16: A monster that lures humans into wooded areas and makes them extremely fearful of the world outside said wooded area.

Day 17: A monster that causes a minor inconvenience, like getting your socks lost or bogging down your internet speed.

Day 18: A monster based off a childhood fear of yours.

Day 19: An intimidating, vicious monster that can be easily defeated with a common household object.

Day 20: A monster that inhabits coral-reefs.

Day 21: A monster with three mouths, none of these mouths being on its head, and a highly specific diet

Day 22: A monster with at least 2 heads and no eyes.

Day 23: A monster that appears in crowded areas in broad daylight and travels silently through the crowd. Nobody knows what it wants but police stations are generally flooded with missing person reports after it appears.

Day 24: A slime-based monster with an addictive slime that causes feelings of bliss.

Day 25: A crystalline monster that causes feelings of unease, which it then feeds off.

Day 26: A monster you can summon by chanting its name 3 times in a dark room in front of a mirror. What this monster does when summoned is up to you.

Day 27: A monster with unusually large hands that is generally found prowling the halls of hospitals at night for unknown reasons.

Day 28: Look back on all the monsters you’ve made and create a hybrid of two of your favorites.

birb

birb

I fucking love Kill la Kill guys oh my god

I fucking love Kill la Kill guys oh my god

Commission for Sagey :>

Commission for Sagey :>


the two-faced vulture king asked for the worldat his beck and call, it unfurledand yet the thing he wanted most?he could not come even close

haven’t drawn seriously in ages so have a sort of warm-up Lawrence
first drawing of 2014 woooo

the two-faced vulture king asked for the world
at his beck and call, it unfurled
and yet the thing he wanted most?
he could not come even close

haven’t drawn seriously in ages so have a sort of warm-up Lawrence

first drawing of 2014 woooo

there’s something I’m forgetting

there’s something I’m forgetting

Eyebeasts are a sentient, reclusive species of scholarly human-like folk. They are native to the complex, underground cave systems nearby the mountainous border of Siágh, where they keep their immense treasure troves of knowledge. They try to avoid interacting with the other sentient species, but some more adventurous individuals have settled in the larger cities—or rather, their libraries.
They appear to be mostly human, with the exception of their abnormally small noses and eyes of varying number. Their eyes can vary in number from one to a reported record of thirty five. It’s possible, though uncommon, for an eyebeast to be born with two eyes, but they are outcast for being “too human” and generally end up settling outside of their native enclaves.
Legend has it they were descended from a group of Siághans that were forced to retreat underground when the suzi came to the planet, then evolved and adapted to their new dark living conditions.

Eyebeasts are a sentient, reclusive species of scholarly human-like folk. They are native to the complex, underground cave systems nearby the mountainous border of Siágh, where they keep their immense treasure troves of knowledge. They try to avoid interacting with the other sentient species, but some more adventurous individuals have settled in the larger cities—or rather, their libraries.

They appear to be mostly human, with the exception of their abnormally small noses and eyes of varying number. Their eyes can vary in number from one to a reported record of thirty five. It’s possible, though uncommon, for an eyebeast to be born with two eyes, but they are outcast for being “too human” and generally end up settling outside of their native enclaves.

Legend has it they were descended from a group of Siághans that were forced to retreat underground when the suzi came to the planet, then evolved and adapted to their new dark living conditions.

merr chrismess from your local bird

merr chrismess from your local bird