My cousins birthday is today! So here’s his dog, in his teams shirt with a birthday beer 🙂
This wax painting was a present for my Nanas church. I feel like using rubber stamps is cheating, but I liked the results anyhow.
Good, honest mining creatures. I blame Martin Carthy for this drawing, this is what happens when you start drawing animals while listening to “Byker Hill”.
“No buts! No son of mine is going to be seen with a Lindworm! Ugh, a Dragon without wings in the family? Out of the question!”
My 200th post! Thanks for reading 😀
This is Oscar. He would have made an excellent receptionist as he can answer a phone, reply to email, direct people to the elevator, write memos, and still have enough arms left over to wave happily at newcomers. The company didn’t promote him to the receptionist job even though he had enough experience. His friends said things like “You should have stood up to them! Put your foot down!” or “You really need to grow a backbone.” which didn’t help because Oscar doesn’t have feet or a backbone. He thinks he needs more invertebrate friends.
In my head all the animals-that-work-in-offices that I draw work for the same firm called “The Company”. Here’s their social media consultant terrier and a hopeful intern dragon.
First this looked too twee and fairytale, so I added loads of black and now I can’t shake the feeling that this is some kind of fairy black market drop spot. “Meet me by the twinkle tree at midnight and don’t forget the goods.” said the wood fairy, adjusting his balaclava.
Marty the terrier cross works for his company managing their social media. He says he’s related to Uggie the filmstar, but he never brought it up before so his coworkers recon he made it up.
A birthday card for a friend. This is their puppy, Poppy. I’m enjoying painting on ragpaper so much!
Intern dragon waits to see if he got the job. If not its back to working in the take-away, puffing fire under the burgers.
I would like a dog mask and tail. I’d go to the park with a toddler on a baby harness and confuse the dog walkers.