This past week's theme was robots. More specifically, I added or changed a couple letters in the word "robot" to describe the robot--robebot, rowbot, robite, robeet, ribot, robutt, and roboot.
Nominations for the 11th Annual Parsec Awards are open until May 31st. Know of a great speculative fiction themed podcast? Nominate them for the Parsec Awards!
If you aren't familiar with the Parsec Awards, you can read all about them over at their website: ParsecAwards.com
Also, if you are planning on attending DragonCon this year, the awards ceremony is open to the public. Time/Date TBD.
Here's a thing I did a while ago and it completely slipped my mind to post it here. I started it last summer, and pecked away at it whenever I got a chance. If you follow me on Patreon, you've seen the whole process from start to finish. ANYWAY! Here it is for the rest of the world!
This past week's theme was MerMay, a drawing challenge on the social medias where one draws some sort of mermaid for each day in may (#mermay on the socials). I decided to mix things up and come up with some of your more unusual mer-creatures.
Surprise! I forgot to post these last week! Oh well, here they are now.
This, or rather last week's theme was "Fruit Salad". I didn't know where I was going at the start, but it seemed to turn out okay in the end. At last for raspberry. It's a fruit eat fruit world out there, y'all.
You know when you get a pint of fresh raspberries at the store and you're all "I love raspberries! They are sweet and delicious!", and then you taste one, and it's full of sour flavorless sadness? Yeah, that. Of course, homegrown raspberries are the best, but then you have to watch out for fruit fly larvae. I suppose it's a small price to pay for delicious raspberries, but I'm not quite ready to consciously add fly larvae/fly eggs to my diet. Those raspberries go to the dog. He doesn't seem to mind.