Here's the flip through of one of my sketchbooks from last year that I forgot to post earlier. Better late than never, right? Right.
I'm hoping to do a whole series of jackalope variations. For now, I present the glorious jackalope Megaloceros giganteus.
This species of jackalope had the largest antlers of any jackalope. It lived during the Pleistocene and where it could be found grazing across northern Eurasia in grasslands and tundra.
Here are all the Monster Hunter World fan art pieces I did for this year's month of monsters.
I've really like this game--in case you couldn't tell--but I wish there was a dynamic for training up any monsters you capture. Maybe there is and I haven't found it it yet? A lady can dream, right? I really like how the game designers have made a full ecosystem with all the critters and that there are big ol' pile of scientist studying the endemic life of the island. My favorite part is just being able to wander around exploring and collecting stuff for the scientists, oh, and dressing up my palico buddy in ridiculous armor. And yes, my outfit includes a skull helmet, as if there was any doubt. #TeamSkullHat4EVA
Currently I'm only one or two quests into the coral forest area (soooo pretty). I'd like to do a few more of these pieces, especially the cute bubble bat monster which would be my number one pick for an adorable monster pal.
Anyone else enjoying the game? I'm always looking for an excuse to geek out over monsters.
This year I have moved Month of Monsters to be in March instead of October. There was far too many challenges going on in the fall and I thought March would be a good switch--plus yay for alliteration!
Anyway, as is custom, I am already behind! So much so that I forgot to do this announcement three days into the month.
ANYWAY, if you want to participate, here is the offical website and details -> MonthofMonsters.com
I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season and that the New Year is filled with awesome!
[re-posted from my Patreon page]
In case you haven't seen, Patreon just announced it's not going to implement the fee changes proposed last week. Thanks to everyone who made their concerns known and thanks to Patreon for listening!
While the damage from this kerfuffle has been significant with $1-2 tier patron loss for many creators, I have hope that Patreon will do good on its promise to involve the community more with any future changes.
For now, at least, yay! No new fees! *tosses confetti*