Lichen Li illustrates the week 1 challenge.
Song - Cicada sounds.
Lichen: These little creatures have a special place in my memory.
What time is it? DRAWMACHINE TIME!!! (anticipation!)
this is a really cool interpretation of the prompt. :D
Lately there have been butterflies in our backyard that will dive bomb and land on you if I set foot on the lawn. At first it was cute but now every time we go outside these guys are all over us. I think they’re mourning cloak butterflies? Angry kamikaze butterflies? Can that happen?
Wait…I’ll post a video with proof. Seriously, they’ll attack anything.
I’m making an accordion book to sell at the Bristol Artists Book Fair. Eight bee drawings and I’m gluing the covers on in a minute so I will post more pictures of it when its finished. I also have a squid book on the way as well.
Honeybee! The drawing was commissioned as a tattoo a while back, finally finished coloring it up. Please respect my client who paid for this, and do not use it as a tattoo yourself!
I just read that honeybees do something called a tremble dance. How cute is that?
Prints & more: http://society6.com/teaganwhite/Honeybee-atk_Print
A ladybug friend and a millipede librarian. u__u
a sweet moth with knockoff lolita clothes
These creatures are going to be in the next issue of ‘life’, a nature magazine based in Falmouth and Exeter, but will be in a different composition and involve other friends, such as a millipede and a cockroach!
Thanks for the submission Lara!
patterns inspired by warmer weather!
First doll finished in my studio! An amazing custom moth with a dapper little vest! :-D Now I really want to finish the Monarch butterfly I started a million years ago…
One of the evolutionary end-points of Skotterpill, Skotterfly emerges from its cocoon with a striking wingspan. Preferring to fly in packs, its migration patterns are seemingly random. However, these aerial paths are designed to quickly escape from the encroaching cold weather that hinders their flying ability. Skotterfly’s powerful wings allow it to undertake lengthy flights, making it one of the few flying types that can cross oceans. A most dignified creature in the wild, it resists domestication and is generally considered disobedient. Due to consumption of questionable foliage, its coat is poisonous to those that attempt to bite it. This ability is repressed during play with others of its kind.
CaptureCreatures.com will be running four days this week to make up for missed updates due to the MoCCA Festival! Thanks to everyone who came out to see us!
moth girl speakeasy hostess