October 27, 2018

DAY 15: Dave

The Dave’s started coming around when the invention of the television really took off. The more and more homes that got one the more and more Dave’s showed up on our living room carpets staring at the square box. If one takes residence in your home, you wil...

October 27, 2018

DAY: 12: Weaveclepta

Weavecleptas are at most 30cm tall and being drawn to all things soft, you will often find them in your laundry basket or rummaging around your washing machine. They eat fabric and their favourite thing to eat is socks which is why pairs of socks ar...

October 19, 2018

DAY 9: Felvet

These domestic monsters tend to be drawn to cold houses due to the warmth they produce. If you are lucky enough for one to choose your house as its home then you will never need to put on your heating again. They are nocturnal and like to be around humans...

October 12, 2018

DAY 7: Posiclar

A Posiclar is a monster that has proved to be extremely useful to humans over the years. Being the Opposite of a Negiclar, it is able to suck in and consume any type of negative feelings from humans leaving the people around it feeling happier and lighte...

October 11, 2018

DAY 4: Hooga

The Hooga is a distant relation to the Solisga and is equally keen to be around humans. They have a calming effect on the people around them. Hoogas will happily spend all day following their favourite human around waiting to be hugged. 

DAY 5: Vegetall


October 4, 2018

For my 2nd year participating in Inktober I decided to go with a theme, Monsters. 

My fascination with monsters increased during my research for my Masters degree. I decided a while ago that I wanted to created a range of monsters that would be among us in our everyday...

October 1, 2018

Producing tiny 1 inch square drawings was very enjoyable. I think due to the small size I found them quick and simple to do. 

After about the first 4/5 days I realised I had a colour thing going with a more mono image followed by a more colourful image so I purposefully...

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