Spent a day at the Royal BC Museum in Victoria, brought along a sketchbook. It’s not a huge museum, but it has a few really excellent wildlife dioramas.
Well I won’t have time to color this guy before the end of Goblin Week proper, but he should be done in time for the zine.
Looks like it’s almost the last day of Goblin Week, and you know what that means: time to light the Goblin Pyre and set out the trough of all the animal bones and skin you’ve been gathering all year. Then, let the kids run around the house opening all the drawers, closets, boxes, and crawlspaces they can find. If they find one teeming with thousands of larvae, it means Papa Goblin has paid you a visit!
What a magical time of year.
I was upset when I first learned that dinosaurs were feathered, but I’ve come around to liking it. And I like the idea that all our attempts to reconstruct what dinosaurs looked like are woefully underinformed, and that in reality they were much more bizarre than we’re inclined to imagine.
Some New Year’s resolutions:
- Dress handsomer.
- Improve my inking/learn to use a brush.
- Graduate, find job in Canada.
Oh man, this was fun. My roommate entered a one-week game jam and ended up making a StarFox-inspired dinosaur dogfighting game. I convinced him to call it “Raptor Ace” and made him a bunch of silly dinosaur art for it. Would have done more, but that’s about when my hard drive fried.
You can download Raptor Ace here.
hey Myles what are you doing oh not much just watching Samurai Cop.