Tag: monsters

Day 7 – Monsterology: The Gnarz

| November 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

day 7 - Gnarz FINAL

The Gnarz is a monster that will devour just about anything but takes particular delight in shredding curtains, lace and upholstery made of fine fabrics.

Monster #4

| November 4, 2013 | 0 Comments


Today’s monster character is a somewhat nerdy kaiju. I’m posting this from Tokyo, and feel pretty certain that this fella isn’t going to be wreaking havoc here any time soon. He’s too busy playing with his Nintendo DS.

Monster #3 — Clawbert Glum

| November 3, 2013 | 1 Comment


Today’s monster: Clawbert Glum. Ferociously shy creature of the night. Or something.

30 monsters #2 — the Bolga Beast

| November 2, 2013 | 0 Comments


Today’s entry is a giant dinosaur-like beast suitable for riding… If you can tame it. But few can.

#30Monsters #1

| November 1, 2013 | 4 Comments


Spike here is my take on the whole yeti / abominable snowman / Bigfoot idea… Only I’m not sure those feet qualify him for the title “Bigfoot”.

Returning Challenger — Robin White

| October 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

Hi everyone! My name is Robin and I’m a Canadian living in Japan who does a webcomic called Doodze — A Tiny Epic. It’s a cartoony fantasy comic that I like to describe as a cross between Smurfs and Lord of the Rings.  I took part in the 2011 30 Characters challenge, completed it (Yay!) and had a great time… though I don’t think I’ve used any of the new characters I created… yet.

Last year I skipped 30 Characters, but this year, in spite of having enough stuff on my plate, I’ve decided to join the fun again. I just can’t help myself…

This year I’ve chosen a theme: Monsters! I’ll leave you with a couple of samples of my work, one that’s a quick sketch and one that’s inked and coloured:



Tune in tomorrow as I begin  30 Characters in 30 Days 30 Monsters in 30 Days!


Robin (www.doodze.com / @doodze on Twitter)

Day Sixteen: Wormoid.

| November 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

He can be kind of a dick.

Find the fish

| November 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

Can you find the fish hidden within the monsters?

Day Thirteen: Mr. Spilts.

| November 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

His mind is grateful for the distraction the fall affords it.
His knees are going to hate him.

| November 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

Hold onto to your hat the creatures are coming to town.

Day Eleven: Ardent Way

| November 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

It had all lead to this, she’d put in a hell of a lot of effort to get this far, the odds had been far out of her favor and yet she had triumphed. A cup of coffee, altogether too hot and sweet, was hers. Triumph.
The darting eyes of waiters under thick black hair and too much pressure from the obnoxious American canoe competition team on table four had not looked her way, the steaming pots of cheap coffee and weak tea poured by without ever diverting in their path to her table but still she had triumphed over the odds. With a cunning combination of feminine charm and obstinate determination that comes from paying a ludicrous fee for the breakfast buffet she had broken through the ranks of waiting staff to her goal: the coffee. Kind of a shame that it tasted so awful.

Day Six: Amorveous (Amy)

| November 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

Two minutes, that was quick, indeed — a new record. Where once piping hot pudding and melting mountains of ice cream slouched were now faint streaks of creamy, crumbly, residue of dessert and regret. Amy finished polishing the bowl with her tongue — don’t ask where the mouth is — until the, now cool, ceramic surface tasted more of object and less of desire.
This jaunt into flavour country would mean a lot of mirror-gazing but damn, the descent into self doubt was tasty.

#7- Wilhelm the cockatrice and Willy the weasel

| November 7, 2011 | 2 Comments

Wilhelm is a friendly guy. Too bad he’s a cockatrice and turns everything he looks at into stone. So far, only Willy the weasel has been immune to his stare, and kind enough to get him special sunglasses so he can have a normal (ish) social life.


#5 Clodhopper

| November 5, 2011 | 0 Comments

the clodhopper is just something horrible that hops after you and latches onto your post apocolyptic wasteland crawler and stares in the windows. yet they’ve mastered the technology of grass skirts. hm.

#3 – Snoree-O

| November 3, 2011 | 2 Comments


#13 Sea.. Man

| November 15, 2010 | 2 Comments

Every hero needs an enemy and Captain Puerto Rico’s is the sea man.  Well, you don’t want to always call him that because he gets offended by the word, even by the Captain himself, so he prefers sea creature.  He is very lively and takes the captain for bait, in the nice seas of Puerto Rico when the Captain comes to visit his family.  Always a rivalry he soon follows the Captain to New York where he reeks havoc into his life.  His powers are controlling the water and showing the fish who’s boss.  He also has been known to help out people who were supposedly burried at sea.

#4 Gometh and Lilly

| November 4, 2010 | 3 Comments

Hi all.
I’m posting an illustration of Gometh and Lilly. No story or background this time.