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We don’t usually see a lot of werewolves (or werewolf-like beings) in their midrange transitional forms in these sketchbooks. A respectable Kekionga werewolf is either in the skin (or a 10% wolf “sharptooth” shape ) or in the fur, and … Continue reading
According to Menards, that’s French for “lawnmower”. With the recycling can, the Black Car, our 1996 Geo Prizm, and an excuse to play with Pixlr and try to achieve the true old school Instamatic look. There was no good way … Continue reading
So how can an Egyptian god (Retired) be a teenager? Anpu of Kekionga is Anubis, the Egyptian god of the dead, more or less, and he is usually drawn with the physique of a big man in his late prime, … Continue reading
Unlike the bat, the bison is an animal that actually can be ridden in real life. It’s a natural carousel animal and the Kekionga carousel probably has several. Here are some reference carousel bison I have collected, both classic and … Continue reading
While I figure out how to organize my Olympic posts and also allow the resident IT guy to solve the internet problems, here are two more shots from the Polaroid Cube in one of my favorite settings for it, the … Continue reading
I’m idly designing a carousel for Kekionga. I’m pretty sure it will include this oversized, and well trained, bat. Any other suggestions?
“Hurg is a prizewinning Roughcoat Trollshaw Monitor. What’s the prize? A live goat, if she could catch it. She caught it.” I bet she did. Hurg looks like she would make short work of a goat. Please note, however, that … Continue reading
He may be a smith, or an engineer, or some kind of steampunk technomage. He could be human or a dwarf or a brownie or a goblin, or some kind of combination of one or more peoples. With his goggles, … Continue reading
Botanical drawings and prints can be really beautiful. These depict a famous plant from folklore and popular culture. Any lover of the Harry Potter series, remembering that first class in Potions, can answer Professor Snape’s question promptly– monkshood and wolfsbane … Continue reading