As a daily practice, I participated in Inktober, during which one must create one inked artwork each day for the month of October. This guy was one of my loose, scribbly style inked creations, and got some attention on Instagram. Since I had requests to make a shirt with him on it, I thought I'd give it a go, and see where it takes me. He's my first submission here on TeePublic. I hope my Scribble Monster makes you grin.
Tags: fun, scribble, art, creature, monsters
Whether you're a prospective student, currently enrolled, or an accomplished alum, show some school spirit for your beloved alma mater. Looks great on Kanto U's school colors--Red Fire, Green Leaf, and Blue Water. This design is part of my "Summa Cum Poké" collection, a series of collegiate works inspired by regions found throughout the Pokémon world.
Tags: kanji, oak, oras, back to school, mewtwo
Thought I'd go with a Mine is Bigger than Yours theme. Here we have America and Japan represented by their iconic monsters. America which is geographically a much larger country seems to be represented by a much smaller monster. On the other hand, The smaller country, Japan has a ridiculously enormous creature that seems to dwarf anything that the U.S. has to offer. So, what is really going on here?
Tags: pop-culture, monsters, japan, america, godzilla-parody
If there is a creature alive beneath the waters of Loch Ness, just what exactly could it be? Theories abound and hoaxes come and go, but the legend of Nessie lives on. Is she merely a crafty plesiosaur that somehow survived through the ages? Or she is just some kind of fish mutated by the effluent from the nearby haggis packing factory?
Tags: loch-ness, loch-ness-monster, monsters, plesiosaur, nessie