Thank you very much. :)
Sharks are sacred animals in Polynesian folklore, and many stories feature humans transforming into one (or the other way around). Here’s a wereshark design I did for PayMaster Games. To be a miniature!
Spot illustration done for PayMaster Games featuring a Kalku; an evil shaman of Mapuche folklore whose main weapons are dead children possessed by lightning spirits and a mutant flying head monster (which is actually the severed head of another Kalku). This is the second flying head monster I’ve drawn. I had no idea it was such a common thing in mythology!
The Pua Tu Tahi, giant monster clam of Polynesian myth! Did you know that scallops have eyes? I didn’t until I did this project!
Creature design for Paymaster Games.
The Menehune are dwarf-sized people said to have been Hawaii’s first inhabitants. They knew how to surf long before any human did.
Spot illustration for Paymaster Games.
A spot illustration done for PayMaster Games of a “soucouyant,” a witch of Caribbean legend who can strip off her skin and turn into a ball of fire. Traditionally they were old crones, but I was asked to draw a younger one.
So I haven’t been posting anything lately. It’s not that I haven’t drawn anything, it’s just that nothing I have created I felt was post-worthy (or even save worthy). The death of my dog, Loki, in the beginning of December hit me like a truck and seemed to knock the creativity right out of me. I had some depression to deal with, and like I typically do, I hid in my cave for a while.
Working on getting myself out of this rut is taking a lot of time. I think I’ll just focus on sketching before I even think about painting. This is one of the latest. More coming soon!