Tuesday, October 16, 2012

back from the dead.
like, 60 + characters
wondering what website to use... if any

Sunday, December 11, 2011


That imgur has most of these characters illustrated. Not all though.
  • Clay, The Acrylic Indian
  • Dosh, The Dragonfly Cowboy
  • Argile, Boy Space Cadet and his trust light bulb robot companion, BIT
  • Sid, The Dreamcatcher
  • Snail Wizard
  • Eel Charmer
  • Cola Genie
  • Gypsy King
  • Birdkeeper Samurai
  • King Monarch
  • Boy & Action Figure
  • Gargoyle Child
  • Racoon Theif
  • Galaghost
  • Meteorphan
  • Wax Witch
  • Grasshopper Muskateer
  • Sphynx 
  • Blowfish Shaman
  • Caterpillar Mummy
  • Explorer & Lightningbug
  • Stump Preist
  • Swamp Orcale
  • Wolf Boy
  • Sandman
  • Moag, the Sabertooth Deere Lion
  • Jackal
  • Satyr Lemur
  • Flowerheads
  • Time Cat
  • Dragon Cheif
  • Monster Hunter
  • Cloud Prince
  • Vampire Count
  • Sky Pirate
  • Hypnotist
As you can tell, most of these characters are nameless at the moment.

tumblr for pretty pictures


This is a list and brief description of all the various races that inhabit the Illustrated Unconscious world.
Coralskins - Coral Reptile Humanoids with varied color deep scales.
Moon Children - Humanoid mutants with crater like scars all over their body. 
Beastkin - Various beast humanoids.
Humans - self explanatory
Bloodborn - Demon, horror humanoids.
Dreayid - Forest dwelling humanoids that are part tree themselves.
Psijin - Mysterious psychic race of monks.
Tundra Nomads - humanoid ice tribes with resistance to cold temperatures.
Dune Exiles - Humanoids lost in the sands. They are adept at time magic.
Dreamwalkers - Extradimensional beings that appear to others as beautiful humanoids with ethereal hair.
Swampcults - Shamanistic humanoids that inhabit the swamps.

All of these race names are bound to change into actual original names not just words put together.

Back from the Dead

So many updates...Patience

Thursday, August 11, 2011


I hate gaps of time when I don't have a scanner. Lots of stuff going on at the tumblr they have so much great art & illustration to look at.  I have some new stuff but like I said I'm out a scanner at the moment.  I've been having lots of brainstorm sessions.  I like the idea of two tribes of people that tame Dinosaurs fighting over land. ( Herbivores vs Carnivores )  I've started writing the summary of how the whole Illustrated Unconscious world was started. It's hard to create you're own kind of myth from scratch. Also working on many contained ( soon to be intertwined ) story archs. First is the science fiction story, involving a boy space cadet named Argile and his trusty companion Bit on a mission to find an ancient telescope hidden inside a Haunted Observatory. But that's not all that is going on...
There's a few more that are still in early idea stages. I have a bunch of story ideas having to do with dreams I've had. I think I mentioned a few of them in some really old Dream Journal posts.

Along time ago, I had this dream I washed up on the beach of a small island. There was a circular Colosseum-esq tower in the center. I walked up to the structure and a jaguar came around the corner. I ran around and found chain hanging. I leaped and grapped onto it, pulled myself up and onto a second floor. Infront of me lay a large gap in the room, with two blue statues hanging from chains across the gap. One was a giant ear and one was a torso+hips. I jumped and swung across to each one and got to the other side. There was a bookcase, I ran towards it and a trap door opened beneath me. End dream.


Thursday, August 4, 2011


Sometimes I feel like I need to be making more serious art, then I remember that I'm 19 and have plenty of time to paint things.


"Modern art is what happens when painters stop looking at girls and persuade themselves that they have a better idea."
John Ciardi

Thursday, July 28, 2011



a series of websites all linking themselves into one big circle to hypnotize you into giving me your money.

'it doesn’t matter how slow you go, so long as you do not stop."
— Confucius