Tuesday, September 20, 2011


The creature, named Charlotte, is a mishmash of a Tarantula and a goat. She is owned by the young girl on her back who is a hodgepodge of a human and a fish, like a mermaid.

Being only 6 months old Charlotte is still a baby but she is indeed full grown. Being a nocturnal creature she becomes more frisky as the sun sets so her owner takes her out for walks at night.

And don't worry the fish that Charlotte is eating have no relation to her owner, considering the hundred of species of fish and that her owner was mutated.
Decided to do an 'origin' story for Charlotte.

The first time Charlotte met her owner she was laying under a bush watching her siblings play. As the runt of the litter Charlotte is cautious of larger creatures, but once she sees her mother approach the humanoid she became more confidant. Emerging from the brush Charlotte allowed the humanoid to hold her.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

In the Garden

Story time:

The amphibian creatures have lived under the soil for eons; born, hatched, and matured in the perfect conditions.
As they age and become too large for their original burrows they unleash a clutch of their own eggs and travel up to the surface.
Once upon time they would stay and die in the earth, but this human family has given them reason to emerge.

As the creatures calcify in the sun, transformed into empty statues, the little girl sets out food and drink for them. A ritual that her family has done for generations.
The amphibian creatures spend their last moments in comfort and happiness.
As they die their eyes crystallize over; reflecting the world and the kindness they knew for only a moment.

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Danza de la Muerte

The one song we all know, but have yet to perform.

La canción que nosotros saber, pero tenemos no todavía tocar.

I recently read up on the art movement "Danse Macabre" (translated in many different languages). The mentality of the dead being more lively than the living and that dead knows no difference between the rich and poor.

p.s. please feel free to correct my spanish, i'm still studying.