Weekend Art Cards

So, I have this thing when I go to conventions or concerts or really anywhere that involves me sitting in lines for an excessive amount of time; I draw little sketches. I then give those sketches away to folks who seem to like them (at least, that is my sincere hope). Here are the few I did this weekend while visiting Emerald City Comicon. Thanks so much to anyone who was kind enough to take one home.

 

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Month of Monsters: Famished Freddie

"Whacha looking at? Can't a bloke eat his rat in peace without getting all oggled at? Bugger off  yer old prune."

"Oh my! Why, I never!" Edna pulled her scarf tighter around her head as she continued hobbling down the pavement.

The neighbourhood was really in a rough state these days, Edna thought to herself. Maybe she really should look into joining one of those nice mature communities that her kids kept badgering her about. She made a mental note to look over the pamphlet again once she got home.

Original art for sale.

 

Month of Monsters: Pinchy Penny

Martha looked at the two cans of coconut milk in her hands.

"You know you can't afford the organic one," said a small voice next to her left ear. "Plus, I mean, come on! Who's heard of coconuts that aren't organic? The ruddy things virtually spew out of palm trees. No pesticides or fertilizer required. It's a giant coconut scam is what that is. Trust me, you'll be fine with the regular one."

Martha nodded. Penny had a point.

She placed the regular coconut milk in her basket.

 

Original art for sale.

 

Month of Monsters: Nora the Nepenthesaurus

The prize, and favorite, specimen in Professor Luftuttle's menagerie, was the rare and beautiful Nepenthesaurus. She seemed to think very highly of the professor as well. Of course, it probably helped that he always had some succulent Theraphosa blondi's with him every time he visited his beloved pet. She did love her spiders.

Original art for sale. SOLD

Month of Monsters: Edgar the Indulgent

"Edgar! Not again," cried Farmer Tuck. "Those tulips just came up. Why did you pick them all? Not only that, but why did you then put them all in a giant tulip pile and roll around in them? Why?!"

"Edgar like flowers," stated Edgar, as if that was all the explanation that was needed.

Original art for sale.