A rarely seen relative of the Pine Marten, the Leafy Tree Marten never ventures from the tall tree it was born on. It sticks its long tail out above the tree line to gain energy by photosynthesis, and uses its stubby antlers to hollow out clumps of bark for shelter. Once a year they shed their leafy tails, which may be found beneath the tallest trees in the wood – for most people, this is the only evidence they’ll ever see of this shy creature.
Intelligence technology in the hedgehogs’ desert is still pretty basic.
Print for sale here!
I had lots of boring practical things to do today, so naturally I’ve spent it drawing squirrels instead. They’re related to the comic I’m working on, so it’s kind of real work… kind of. I can do the boring things tomorrow, right?
Available as a print as usual.
I suspect that you’re going to be subjected to lots more of these woodland pictures in the coming weeks – I’m working on a ‘graphic novel’ (comic really) set in a forest so I’m getting a bit obsessed.
Available as a mini print on Society 6
I’m working on some designs for characters in the ‘graphic novel’ I’m supposed to be writing – here’s a couple of ideas. So far my work has been less writing/storyboarding/useful things and more drawing pictures of giant wonky owls.
There’s a few more sketches along the same lines here if you’re interested.
Heavily inspired by http://animalssittingoncapybaras.tumblr.com/, which I’ve spent far too much of my time looking at this morning.
I started using my own ancient Tumblr account again yesterday and I think that instead of the useful business tool I’d like it to be it’s going to be mostly a way of wasting hours staring at cat GIFs.
Capybara tower is available as a print on Society 6!
(okay so I know I don’t actually draw wildcats that much but it’s part of the same “series” as the last two so I thought the title should match)Available as a print on Society 6