Spotlight on Furcadia

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For the better part of my entire 2000’s, I was absolutely, utterly, and completely obsessed with a furry graphical social game called Furcadia.

 

Furcadia isn’t really a “game” – there’s no stats, no goals, no HP or leveling, no win or loss conditions.…

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Adopt a Dragon – A Nostalgic Retrospective

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Published: January 23rd, 2020
Last modified: December 16th, 2021


In the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, the virtual pet adoption scene was booming. Neopets was king, Pokemon was new and exciting, and everyone was excited to build a website for the very first time now that it was finally becoming an accessible medium.



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Free Online Color Palette Tools

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Published: October 29th, 2019
Last modified: February 24th, 2021


Let’s talk about color! I don’t have a lot of color intuition, and as an artist, I tend to work in black-and-white first without much consideration for colors. I definitely rely on setting a palette to help guide myself.



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Reinvigorating Classic Monsters

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I, for one, am not pleased with the modern focus on pop-culture and cartoon characters and raunchy jokes as Halloween costumes. Celtic Samhain, from which many modern Halloween traditions and the date are derived, marked the initiation into the “darker half” of the year – when the fae folk (NOT the Tinkerbell variety) and spirits have more power.…

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Webcomic Launch – Fear of Flying

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Today marks the launch of my webcomic project, Fear of Flying! To put it REALLY simply, Fear of Flying is about people who turn into dragons and then fight ghosts, the government, social injustice, and crippling social anxiety.

Update 10/19/2021: So sorry, but the plugin I was using to run the comic, Comic Easel, was causing issues on the site.

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Monstober 2019 – 31 Monster Design Prompts

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It’s here. It’s October. There are lots of great design and art prompts that circulate through social media during this month, like the famous Inktober which prompts you to draw 31 inked pieces, one each day.

I would like to present to you MonsterBrainSoup’s Monstober, 31 monster design prompts that can be “filled” in any way you desire – a written design description, a short story, artwork, a Pinterest aesthetic inspiration board, an edit/repaint of a figurine, or, really, any other form of creative expression.…

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