For animation pre-production, we’re pitching a story with dramatic irony, so I’m doing a story about mimesis/mimicry, nature’s irony. Predator hides itself in foliage and sticks out it’s flowery ears to lure a naive herbivore into position where it can eat it up. Herbivore takes the bait, but before Predator can gobble it up, Herbivore releases can of woop-ass on Predator. (Thus resolving the tension of dramatic irony with situational irony, how ironic.)

Nerd bonus: herbivore is a tsaidamotherium.

it's like rain on you're wedding day it's like getting one free when you already paid

So I’m trying to make a spread from a concept book for book illustration, and without talking down my work, to me this looks less like a kids book and more like something an architect married to a nihilst philosopher would buy for their child as an empty gesture of affection. Which maybe should have been obvious when I tried writing a kids book about nothingness and made it seafoam green jfc

So I’m trying to make a spread from a concept book for book illustration, and without talking down my work, to me this looks less like a kids book and more like something an architect married to a nihilst philosopher would buy for their child as an empty gesture of affection. Which maybe should have been obvious when I tried writing a kids book about nothingness and made it seafoam green jfc

hindsight is like looking into the sun just don't do it