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Stompadon Book preview!

Stompadon is a strange little monster, he's got silly hair and big feet. Though he's different, he stomps his way into the hearts of his family and friends and becomes a hero when the threat of a terrifying Grumpasuarus threatens his home. This 24 page color book (shown without text here) will be a part of a Kickstarter to fund making Stompadon a cute 8 inch plushie, and a run of books to go with him.

This book illustrations, monster design and plushie concept are by me, and you can help make this book and plushie a reality by stomping on over to stompadon.com and helping the Kickstarter and either backing it, or help spread the word.

Here's the plushie prototype:



In the spirit of Christmas and giving, please help me make Stompadon real!

The kickstarter page: :iconsparklesplz: [link] :iconsparklesplz:
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Stompadon Kickstarter Update!

Now you can print out this cute card with this downloadable pdf:

[link]

For Christmas Stompadon wants to become a real toy.
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Rewatching BBC Sherlock, so I made a drawing.

Colored pencils and white paint.

Also on my Tumblr: [link]
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Big Christmas ornaments!

There are loads more than what can fit in set of photos, but this is what I can show you now.

Each one is about the size of an egg, and are handmade with sculpey and acrylic paint. They’re sturdy, but lightweight so they won’t weigh down your tree branches.

If you’re interested in buying any, they’re $15 each, plus shipping (calculated by where you live)
Enjoy!
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Jurassic Stompadon!

This is one of the prints that will be a prize in the upcoming Stompadon Kickstarter! It's nearly here, I'll let you all know when it goes live! :)

Markers and ink
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Después de unos cuantos siglos, Ameqúo se convirtió en una ciudad, donde la industrialización se salió de control.

Ilustración con mención honorifica en el catálogo de ilustradores de publicaciones infantiles y juveniles de CONACULTA 2011.
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     "How will I ever get out of this Labyrinth?"
          ~Last Words of Simon Bolivar

     Alaska Young provides us with an answer of almost childlike simplicity.

     "Straight and Fast."

     The shortest distance between two points in traditional Euclidean Geometry is a straight line. From a purely goal oriented and objective viewpoint she is very much correct. Who needs Ariadne's string or the insider knowledge of the architect when you can barge through like the Juggernaut, turning walls to rubble or performing the trifecta of rule breaking. Just slip on your fox hat and book it until you're out. Right?

     "Straight and Fast?"

     But... Is getting out of your maze really worth that? Is this Labyrinth really so bad that we must go through it in a reckless frenzy? When Alaska 'escaped' didn't she betray all of her friends as the suffering she caused made the cyclopean twists and turns of the passages of their lives constrict around them? And what is the nature of the Labyrinth? Is there no way out other than that of Alaska?

     It is the nature of the universe truly so tainted?Are we beyond all hope? Is it not more noble to work towards the betterment of the labyrinth and those within before we, in the way of the world meet our own way out, whether we want it or not? After all, "There was a time before organisms experienced consciousness, and there will be a time after."

     So if you ever fear oblivion should you not consider if your calling, as both human and Nerdfighter, to do something about it in the time you have left? The whole philosophy of DFTBA is oriented around decreasing Worldsuck in favor of makin the Labyrinth less foreboding and more welcoming? If not for yourself then at least do it for those who will come after until the point of robots laughing at our human folly. If we were to truly follow the  example of our dear Alaska Young would we not all be decepticons at heart?

     Do not go straight and fast. Take your time. Go to Orangee and enjoy enjoy the flower petals. Enjoy the foul taste of Strawberry Hill with your friends. Go meet your hero, and if they deserve it, Call them out as an alcoholic old douchface. Make your anagrams. Don't waste your wish. Enjoy your little infinity. And most of all, DFTBA
Expanded from a comment i made on [link] and inspired by :icondolphin64575: when she said that she wanted to fave my comment. hope you enjoy. All quotes and references come from books by John Green, one of the two Nerdfighters Principalium and talented author.
DFTBA
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With this drill, this pony will pierce the heavens.

I made this yesterday afternoon/today. It was so much fun. If there's two things I love most in this world, they're Gurren Lagann and ponies.


This pony was made with Sculpey bits, acrylic paint, and lots of superglue. :D


Enjoy!

:iconkamhappyshadesplz:
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Stompadon, defend the city!

Print for an upcoming project!
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My finished entry for *AnimaMundi113's You Gotta Have Style contest [link] ; her character Rocio Alarez [link] in the style of Nico Marlet [link] .

I really like this. Really. Like, a lot. It turned out very well and looks lovely. The coloring was a bit of a departure from the style, but I like how it looks and it brings Rocio out from the background.

Rocio Alarez (c) *AnimaMundi113
Art (c) *Ambyrfire
Nico Marlet's art and drawing style and stuff (c) Nico Marlet
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