ah man I love it~ all the fangs and grotesque creatures~ What's your inspiration? how do you create such fun creatures? do you do straight pen?
Sorry for the late reply, yes i draw directly with a 005 pen, trying to control the ink from spreading is kind of difficult some times so i use this page as cover, the page was originally just going to be blank, and it ended with this on it...
As for inspiration, i can't really say much, most if not all of my drawings are improvised, some times i choose a theme and see where i take it, but that's pretty much it, it is once i finish that i get to notice what may have influenced the drawings (which can be a lot of things), mostly by resemblance but it is not a conscious process, for example after i finished the 7 headed dog millipede, i felt like drawing something water related, so i looked at some pictures of corals and sea anemones, and this was the end result, however that was actually a rare thing for me to do.
'The six-headed monster that guards the gates of hell.' Move over, Cerberus, we have a new sheriff in town! A very dangerous six-headed sheriff ready to take the reins.
!!! how shockingly rude mister, i will have you know that he has 7 heads, the millipede tail counts too.
Man that was one hell of a mammogram.
All the more intriguing detail in this one too! Really digging the six-mouthed dog that looks quite a lot like Akamaru. The face, at least. Subconscious similarities, I wonder? The bottom one looks intense, and the oceanic critters dwelling in their own background space are a strange but interesting contrast.
Now that you said it, he does look like Akamaru, noticing just now, but what i did notice before was that the bottom one was inspired by Dewgong from pokemon, just that this version has 3 horns and a great smile.
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