Been tinkering with the idea of a Monster Hunter monster version of Charizard. Maybe I’ll flesh this idea out more someday. You should pretend this this is like leaked concept art for Pokemonster Hunter if you show it to someone.
a bunch of people have requested i do lavender town despite it already being a chiptune track so here you go
I did a variant cover for Ultimate Spider-man #1 and Comics Alliance did a cool little write-up about it: http://comicsalliance.com/fiona-staples-miles-morales-ultimate-spider-man-variant-cover-1/
It’s actually not my first Marvel work- I did a Spider-Woman short for Astonishing Tales and a Wolverine variant in like 2009. Life before Saga, haha.
God fucking damnit, Stroheim
Looking up Scottish mythological creatures and
Wulver: a werewolf in Shetland, that is said to have had the body of a man with a wolf’s head. It was reported to have left fish on the windowsills of poor families.
That is the nicest Werewolf legend I’ve ever heard of.
Now I wish I could draw because I’d love to draw this.
Pokemon Gold/Silver | New Bark Town
When the scallop’s shell is gaped you can see two rows of tiny, bright blue eyes. These eyes aren’t the simple light sensitive eyes that most mollusks have, they can also sense motion. So a crab or fish trying to sneak up on one and grab some flesh before the shells close will be seen before it gets even close. And if the scallop loses an eye it simply regenerates a new one in its place.
Scallops are my favorite bivalves precisely because of the alien beauty of their rows of sapphire, eerily-humanlike eyes.
I DID NOT KNOW THIS
Wow, they just rocketed up my list of favourite animals! This looks like something you’d find on a final fantasy monster. o.O
Oooh, games should totally get on the case and make Mimics with this eye configuration ^_^
If you think these are cool, look up box jellyfish and starfish eyes! (Also, the tip of every spine on a sea urchin functions as part of one big compound eye)
Not only are scallops lined with eyes, but they can swim!
They swim by rapidly clapping their shell, exactly like in Spongebob. Here’s a video:
A ridiculous silly animal
Godzilla by James Stokoe