My name is Tim Morris.
Bohemian intellectual, sci-nerd and scruffy boring Cis-gay guy. Thirsty pervert, illustrator, sci-fi creature designer. Lonely, scared, still happy somehow...
I am not currently open for commissions but if you are interested you can ask. I only take requests when I am brainstorming for projects, and when I am I will say so.
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Hello there Tim, I have been reading through one of your online projects. Specifically Teratopia: Land of Abominations which may be one of the most interesting takes on the Alien Prehistoric World trope, utilising outdated paleontological hypothesis & fossil forgeries to create ecosystems that are both familiar and alien. In a surreal sort of way, it reminds me of the series of books called Flanimals which is about a distant planet inhabited by very strange & utterly stupid-looking creatures; written in dry humour where the narrator teaches us about Flanimal life all the while expressing sarcasm. The contrast between the two is where both projects depart: Teratopia is taken a lot more seriously when compared to Flanimals.
I should clarify that unlike the Flanimals, the animal & plant life on Teratopia are all capable of doing all the things that our real world organisms do. The Flanimal ecosystem is so pointless that the plants dubbed “Flants” possess eyes to observe their surroundings, yet they cannot flee from hungry Flanimals. One example of a Flanimal is the Glonk, which does absolutely nothing whatsoever until it dies: rather pointless existence but it can give you a light smirk just from reading about it.
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Why not try my FREE DOWNLOAD papercraft Dimorphodon
or my Walking Allosaurus skeleton on Youtube