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The profile of a new predator. More about this species coming soon…
i like this species. Im proud to be the first to comment on it. Nice Work!
Interesting species you got there. Looking forward to its profile (:
Just saw “Haggis” monsters pop-up on Boing Boing & went “you know, that looks like a very familiar style!” Congrats.
Thanks Mordicai! I was surprised myself.
I love your artwork, if i could just get a job I’d buy both of your books. Immediately. I’ve gone through almost every page of your blog, your artwork is like a world I’d like to go to someday and escape from everything. I know I can’t but thank you for being gifted enough to express it in such beautiful art.
Thank you very much Johnny! I appreciate your kind note.
Very very cool. If I could suggest a name? Horned Rhaeola (Ry-ola).
Thank you Josh! I love the name, I might just keep it if you don’t mind
hi! just stumbled across this a few days ago and i have to say you’re work is amazing!
the new predator looks cool…ever so slightly like a crested rhaeola. interesting to see how he’ll turn out
I came to this site hoping for updates. I found None! Please update!
Updates are coming soon!
hi, i love your artwork ALOT.
i have an project about ecosystems and making your own animals.
i was wondering if you have any ideas. . .
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