Alsoooooo, I left Leo the Lioness on sale both on Threadless and my Etsy store last week. I’ll be taking them both off sale and putting the price back up tomorrow. If you’d like the Etsy print or Threadless tee, grab them tonight. (Etsy link: etsy.com/uk/shop/LittleFears )
Have you ever had one of those moments where you think one thing but say something completely different?
Yeah, I know you all have. It’s the same as when you start writing an article on origami but end up telling the world about the Irish potato famine. Or when you tweet a picture of your cat instead of ranting about a politician. I know you’ve all been there.
This Kaijus originally had a chameleons head.
Yeah. You’ve all been there.
I love the old Godzilla films and Pacific Rim, but otherwise, know nothing of Kaiji culture. Do they all still have names? Should I be naming these critters? Should this beast be named Not-A-Chameleon?
“I’m tellin ya,” sighed Floofy, “when 2020 comes, we’re gonna have a year of bad vision puns.”
“That’s looking ahead,” replied Floof.
“I see what you did there,” laughed Floo.
“Bugger,” sighed Floofy.
I do like Floof. It’s the bestest of names. Tomorrow I have a collab with Marge and then next week I return to the usual Little Fears photo-doodles. I will be mixing in doodles like the Floofs as I go.
As with all of this week’s doodles, the forest Floofs are available over on my Etsy store. I’ve also dropped the price of a lot of my older original illustrations. If you’ve had an eye on one but the price has put you off, now’s the time to nobble. Linky: littlefears.etsy.com
Article 13 hangs high in the sky over the Little Fears. Most photos I use are from Unsplash or photo packs from Creative Market. So the original photographs are replicated everywhere on the internet. If social networks use upload filters, man, that will that become a big fear.
Might be a good idea if I change the way I create daily images now instead of waiting to A13 to come into effect. I have some pictures I’ve already made still to use. But I’ll start sliding in some local and London photos along with stand-alone images.
Advertising thing, the original Masks drawing is available on a trading card sized-doodle. £6 with free global delivery. It ain’t much but I get asked for original Fears all the time and I tend to draw on a microscopic scale. Linky: littlefears.etsy.com