Squidtober 2020

Drawing is therapeutic for me. Calming. One line follows another, and can let go of everything else happening in the world. Ink and paper, or stylus and screen, all tools for positivity, regardless of what actually takes place in the drawing. As to what takes place, each prompt is size related, with one or two... Continue Reading →

What to do when you feel (size) anxious

Yesterday I saw an image on Twitter, and the moment I saw it, I knew it would be perfect to edit as one of my Small Changes. This is in no way intended to make light of anxiety, which plagues many of us in varying degrees, and for many reasons. One of those reasons is... Continue Reading →

Another Small Change – My Toy

Before I delve into this, I'd like to say that if anyone knows the source of the original image, please let me know. I've searched for the creative source without success, and I'll continue to do so until I can credit it. I'm not a monster. Well, not about that. The original image that inspired... Continue Reading →

Small Changes

You know how it is. You see a piece of artwork that inspires size thoughts, that propels your imagination, and you can picture a tiny person in the artwork, playing the role that fits your fancy. I decided to go a step further. I started collecting images of rousing art that has nothing to do... Continue Reading →

My CruelJan20 story: Creature Comforts

This is my entry. I've thought about it for some time, and I never thought I'd put it down into words, given the content... but when this year's #CruelJan20 contest theme was announced, I thought, why not? And I did. This time around I didn't write my story at the last minute, as I usually... Continue Reading →

The Treasure of a Real Toy

Hello there. This is just a carrot-dangling post to announce my latest Patreon posts. Currently, only my subscribers can see the full-sized, uncensored image above, titled "Treasure" after the Inktober prompt I used to name it. I'll release a small version here and at DA in three, four centuries. I still haven't given much thought... Continue Reading →

Crush

I was doing very well with my Inktober drawings this year, then I got stuck for a few days. Once I restarted I was so behind that I knew I would not complete the prompts by the end of the month. I was fine with that, as I do Inktober for fun and not to... Continue Reading →

Inktober 2019 – 4

I initially wanted to draw a tiny man frightened into a wild state by the proximity of a giant hand reaching for him, but that proved too complicated for a simple inking project. I really wanted to keep trying my hand at drawing hair, a big, unruly head of soft curls as they become the... Continue Reading →

Inktober 2019 – 3

I really wanted to see how it felt to work with a comic layout and not use Pixton. I loved it. Planning each panel, figuring out the progress in each, and then putting it all together was a blast. It made me want to do it again, and I did. I also wanted to focus... Continue Reading →

Inktober 2019 – 2

I graduated from collaging tiny people with "giant" pets to drawing them together, something I wanted to do for years. When I saw "husky" was a prompt, I wasted not the chance to draw a tiny man and a canine companion. There's a story in my head about a woman that loves her dog and... Continue Reading →

The Daily Sticky

No, not that stic… oh, brother. Get your mind out of the gutter! I don’t have time for this. What I mean by “daily sticky” is the idea of a tiny person leaving a sticky note for a normal-sized person to find somewhere in their home, when they have absolutely no idea a tiny person... Continue Reading →

Rule No. 548 – No Clothes

I like writing down these things in a google doc now. They are not wholly exposed that way, as they would be if I simply start typing up stuff in here. The abover drawing happened on its own, a few minutes after I decided I was going to draw a giantess and a normal-sized man.... Continue Reading →

My GentleApril19 story: A Cappella

When I signed up to participate in the latest Gentle April story contest, I had an idea for my entry but no clue how I'd illustrate it until a few days ago. I wanted to draw the giantess, but in the end I like drawing tiny men far more than I like drawing huge ladies.... Continue Reading →

Craigslist: I want to hold you in my hand

The place usually deletes my ads within a very short period of time, but in the meantime I like to imagine a world where any person can go online and make a connection with someone that wants what they have to offer. They don't get to it right away, but maybe they catch a movie... Continue Reading →

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