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Call me extinct. I'm NB [they/them], and I've been a full-time illustrator and comic artist for a couple of decades now.

I specialize in things that are monstrous, dead, macabre & just plain weird. I also draw smut and fanart now and then.

Main: @extinct

noticing a lot of people getting sick recently (myself & fam included), so i made a #sigil to help us all get through this

feel free to use this sigil and share it. the more use it gets, the more powerful it becomes. (credit is appreciated)

Got some new notepads for work and went ahead and sigil'd em up.

I'll charge them as I start using them.

here's some fucking ancient (like from 1999 or so to around 2003ish) furry art i scraped up from my soon to be gone VCL account

:tp_r: :tp_e: :tp_d:
:tp_r: :tp_o: :tp_o: :tp_m:
:tp_d: :tp_i: :tp_s: :tp_c: :tp_o: :tp_r: :tp_d:

had an influx of porn spam bots and had to delete all my invite links, but i'm trying out some fixes to see what works best.

here's a link good for 25 uses if you wanna come chill, talk and maybe post art or something:

bought myself a shirt with my own art on it because i'm that kind of nerd

turned out really nice tho

haha, what? oh, i'm supposed to sketch -> ink -> THEN color the page and not jump around from panel to panel finishing things seemingly at random?


actual footage of tonight's christmas eve family gathering

finally got around to designing skona's back tattoo. also showin' off the vestigial wing membranes the rahndil have left over from their giant ground bat-ape origins

(CW for butt cleavage)

person: what's your comic about?

me, publicly: oh it's a dark sci-fantasty story about the...


have i ever mentioned i love really sloppy, gritty, dirty sketches?

lines all over the place, mark objects and shit with blobs, just get that shit all over the place, it'll make sense later.

or maybe it won't, who knows? who cares? just fuck it all up

made good #comic progress last night

someday i'll be able to churn out a page in less than two weeks. probably not yet, but someday.

sometimes when i sketch, i'll just "carve" away some of the mess with my eraser and leave blobs to define features for me. i often actually find this creates a better final image than carefully sketching every detail, but i can't explain why

don't let anyone tell you otherwise: art is work. drawing is work. i basically put in 6-8 hours or more of time drawing on my days off and i end up as tired if not more so than a busy night shift.

i should probably get up and stretch more often.

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