These started out as everyday practice sketches, but I decided to color them in. This is a portrait of a luna moth. Their wings get most of the attention, but they also have really fabulous antennae:
And this is a hornet moth (great example of mimicry here— I would definitely run the other way)
Illustration from an as-yet-unfinished Lotería deck.
“Al pasar por el panteón, me encontré un calaverón.” / “Passing by the cemetery, I met a really big skull.”
My dog is much more of a giver than a taker.
How many ways can you gaze into the future? Nearly everyone has tried anthomancy at least once, but what about lecanomancy, oomancy, ailuromancy, or if you can afford it, margaritomancy? The future really is everywhere you look.
One merraccoon is cute and clumsy, the other is crafty and a bit creepy, but they are both excellent sea scavengers.
Please do not say “poached”— they aren’t attractive in this illustration style.
A couple of recent Daily Dog sketches, showing a couple of dudes doing what they do best.