Friday, November 6, 2015

Creep Tree

I really liked how the last drawing I did of some creepy trees so I might make a little series of them!

Saturday, October 31, 2015

Wednesday, October 7, 2015


The first week of drawlloween! Here is what I have been posting on my Instagram account so far!

Wednesday, August 26, 2015


A Finman and Finwife capturing their unsuspecting new spouses.

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Mielikki and her friends go home

Inspired by the Finnish mytholgy. 
Mielikki, the goddess of the forest, traveled to space for the materials to create the bear. If you place a dead bear's head in a tree it's spirit can travel home to the stars. 

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Coronis and Apollo

Coronis and Apollo were lovers and she became pregnant.There was some infidelity on Coronis's part and Apollo's spy raven tattled to him about it. In Apollo's rage he turned all crow's from white to black set his sister Artemis on Coronis. 
As Coronis was on her funeral pyre Apollo felt bad and had his son, Asclepius, cut from her womb.  

Friday, July 10, 2015

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Monday, May 18, 2015


In Yoruba culture twins are believed to be sacred at birth and protected by the deities called Ibeji.The Ibeji and all twins are considered one soul contained in two bodies; inextricably linked in life through destiny. If one twin dies an Ere Ibeji (a small wooden figure) is made so ensure that the departed's soul remains as strong as the living's. 

Read more about this belief at:

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Death of Adonis

Here is another ancient greek myth drawing.
There was this time Adonis boasted he was a better hunter than Artemis, so Artemis sent a wild boar to kill him.
This is just one of the ways he supposedly died, but it's defiantly my favorite.

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Bear Death

The sad death of a bear friend.

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Sunday, April 19, 2015


I've been reading up on Boudica, a really badass Celtic queen. She rallied Celtic tribes who were being oppressed under Roman rule and left a path of destruction through their settlements. Here is a link to History Net for her history and Missed in History has a good episode on her. 

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Serglige Con Culainn (The Sick-Bed of Cú Chulainn)

"Cannot the lasses of Ulster find any other but us," he said, "to give them their bird-hunt to-day?"

And the woman in the green mantle approached him, and she laughed a laugh at him, and she gave him a stroke with a horsewhip.

And he by himself slew thirty-and-three of them. Now, after all these things had passed, Cuchulain slept with the lady.

"Speak! and tell me, Cuchulain," cried Emer,
"Why this shame on my head thou wouldst lay?

And Fand goeth away with Manannan the Son of the Sea, and Manannan shook his cloak between Cuchulain and Fand, so that they might never meet together again throughout eternity.

I did this little series based loosely on a story in Irish mythology: The Sick-Bed of Cú Chulainn. Check out the full translated text at or for a funnier version try