Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Theme 13

Okay so here ya go.Thought this one might be a bit of fun.


Now this doesn't have to be Egon Spenglers, Slimers or Stay Puft if you don't wish. So I'll leave it with ya. The deadline will be around the 7th June ish!

Tuesday, 7 May 2013

The New King Pin

A very well deserved congradulations to Jamie Teehan  for his pretty damn amazing piece of Animation for our Animal Behaviour theme. He's walking away a pretty happy man today with some Star Wars Lego!!!

A very big well done to the runners up, last month winner Sophia Daly and another previous winner Aine McGuinness.

Thanks all who posted last month and may we have many more for the next theme, soon to follow so keep an eye out for the update.

Friday, 3 May 2013

it's not for you

very last minute!

My Tarantula

My pet spider ate its first cricket after fasting for 5 MONTHS!!!  Apparently Tarantulas can live up to 2 1/2 years without food! He had me worried for a while, what a Cutie!!

"Slow Milk"

"Slow Milk" is a piece by Danielle O'Brien, a.k.a. Robin Hoshino of News of the Curd (www.newsof Featured at her exhibition "Biosphere" @ Tamp and Stitch yesterday. Congrats to Danielle on a very sucessful opening night! Exhibition runs til June 5th and pieces are selling fast.

Baby Slow Loris

Baby Slow Loris in a tree. These poor little mites are on the endangered species list cause people think they are so cute they want them as pet.. Dopes!!!! Watched a documentary on them a few weeks back and they are fascinating little creatures but it's all very sad.
It is also very sad that I had a nightmare trying to colour and finish the damn picture so I say F**k it the sketch is better then knowt.

Loris Behaviour: These guys secret a toxin from their underarm glands that they lick and mix with their own saliva. They lick themselves and their young with this toxic saliva to protect themselves from predators and parasites. You get a bite off a Slow Loris and your in a bit of trouble and can be left pretty badly scared from the toxin mixing in the wound.

Animal Behaviour

Quick ink painting. Last minute as always!