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Captain Fozzle* is a cat superhero AZ made up. She uses fozzle power to fight the evil $1 BBQ Ranch Burger.
*Fozzles are what she calls the cat’s nipples.
Today’s prompt (courtesy of Jen Vaughn) was “100% Curse-free amulet. Honest!”
Mine is dangling from an ancient standing-stone carved with arcane symbols. Because that’s also weird and spooky and definitely not cursed.
Fear not, lovely punkers, Shane MacGowan is not dead yet. But when he does kick off, I imagine it will be kicking AND screaming, and probably smashing with pub trays.
Text is from the lyrics of “The Sickbed of Cuchulainn:”
Then they’ll take you to Cloughprior and shove you in the ground
But you’ll stick your head back out and shout “We’ll have another round”
At the graveside of Cuchulainn we’ll kneel around and pray
And god is in his heaven, and Billy’s down by the bay
I doubt spiders and millipedes really crawl into people’s mouths at night, but it sure is creepy to imagine, so what better picture for Inktober/Drawlloween?
Taco Knight takes to the field to defend the honor of the taco! See him charge into the fray to face his enemies, the dastardly taco trash-talkers. He rides victorious into battle on his fiery steed Salsa to prove the worth of handheld tortilla-based foods.
This design is up for voting on Threadless. Help put it on a t-shirt!
The prompts for my Inktober sketches are coming from Jen Vaughn. This one was, “Ad for a Hitman.” I imagined a ridiculous, full-page, glossy magazine ad in the style of the much-parodied sexy Calvin Klein perfume spots.
The prompt for this one was “Country Music Massacre:”
This prompt was “What I hope isn’t on my tombstone:”