As requested, there is now a spherret and a raccone to go along with my squarrel. Oh, and it’s a bit of a stretch (say it with an accent and it makes sense), but there’s a cuboid too. Geometranimals galore. The spherret may think the cuboid is some kind of flying candy.
Mr. B. Bilby, professional marsupial, at your service.
Atherton is an imaginary friend who was created to tell stories to a young boy. His adventure will probably end up as a kid’s book.
I was going to paint, but the apartment needed cleaning and I ran out of time. Here’s a little mantascorp instead.
Another Vix artwork. This one’s a scene test. Making sure the characters I made work well with the background. Also, I never made a file for the vulture characters. This one’s set when Vix discovers what the rock monster did to the valley. There’s a pair of vultures in the story who show up …
How was I supposed to know the process of creating a genetically mutated cube squirrel would also make it a cyclops? Poor thing’s depth perception probably makes it think that acorn is within reach.
The most dangerous animal in the forest has got to be the zombie bear. If that zombie bear has an afro? Well, at that point you can stop running. There’s no point. It is guaranteed to find you and zombify you. It clearly stole that glorious fro off the last victim.
From time to time, I like to look at the patterns in stone tiles and textured walls. They can form some interesting shapes. This little owl, for example, was discovered in a shower tile.