It’s been a week. A long, frustrating, draining, emotions-running-around-in-circles, week. A week where you could stand on a cliffside and scream into the void whilst confusing some mermaids.
An interesting duo of merpeople – Isadora the Dumbo Octopus mermaid and Calder the Vampire Squid merman! Side note: I kept wanting to name this mermaid Daphne, but I already have a Daphne in the comic – who is, ironically, a Dumbo Octopus.
…am I about to post 3 times in a week? Something I haven’t done in months? What black magic is this? In all seriousness, I have been on a drawing streak as of late. Hopefully I can keep it up. We’ll see! Also, Poe is a menace. Sorry, Lars.
Hey look, it’s Octavian, who I drew like, 3 times 2 years ago! And yes, I did forget how to draw him. So I decided to draw him 6 times in a row. Because of course.
Oh yeah, Mermay is a thing. Please accept this mantis shrimp merman as a humble offering for this month. …his name is Poe.
See, without his seal skin on, Selkie Boy doesn’t seem like a Silver. He looks more like something else. Roan…? You know what, I’m gonna stick with that. His name’s Roan now. Silver’s just Clark’s nickname for him. Also I want to stop drawing rocks instead of backgrounds for the Mermay drawings, but that would… Continue reading Selkie Boy
Eyyy, it’s my Walrus Merman, Clark! And he has a friend! I’ve been wanting to draw a selkie (basically seal people that can turn into a human by shedding their seal skin) for a while now, and Mermay seemed to be the perfect opportunity for that. I’m…not a hundred percent sold on the name, but… Continue reading The Walrus and the Selkie
Told myself I was going to do at least one mermaid drawing this MerMay. So here we are, back again with our friends Lyric and Anemone doing some human watching. Because as we all know, humans are bizarre, bizarre creatures.
Saturday. I was at work, doing what I needed to do, collecting books to be placed on hold, trying not to think about anything super hard. I’m just about done when I hear this noise. No idea where it came from, almost sounded like some kid that was either really upset or super excited (hard… Continue reading Breathe Easy
Well. It certainly has been a time now, hasn’t it. We’ve gone from the brink of WWIII (January) and Australia being on fire (February) to being in the midst of a pandemic (March), dealing with killer hornets (April) and now, the United States is on fire (May-June). It has been…a lot. Like, 2020 has been… Continue reading 2020 in a Nutshell