A year ago I had a presentation in class on the seventh chapter of the fourth book of Gulliver’s Travels. In order to make it a bit more interesting for the snoozing students and to try my best to be as academically unorthodox as I could, I made these illustrations and handed them out to the class. At the end, I did get a standing ovation but was called over-efficient by a boy who laughed at me throughout it. Go ahead and read the seventh chapter in order to understand what I’ve done here. Enjoy!
Another Tea creation.
This is what I imagine it to be like.
A piping cauldron waiting for me down below as my corpse swing in the wind like chimes. The souls of bygone beings chanting with their eyes and the handsome Lord of the Underworld (and WiFi apparently) smirking for my welcome.
I could’ve gone for literal grotesque on this but somehow, this attracted me more. Ignore the smudge.
One fact: Dynamic Tea spills during Pointilism.
Sometimes you’re just too clumsy with the ink solution and you spill it all over a drawing sheet. You have to cover it up somehow. So, you recycle it into a dragon, who is not only the Lord of the Sky but also a three-horned tea companion during dreary times.
Just because I’m a fan of Bowie and I wanted to try out spontaneous realism.
So, this is Poosha, the protagonist of my daily comics series which I’m planning on making soon. She’s a feisty, fashionable and (f?) sensitive eighteen-year-old girl with some interesting group of friends and a ginger cat, Alba.
Who knew that the left over tea extract, which I refused to throw away, would bring so many creatures to life? I love inventing things that don’t actually exist and never could. The pits of my imagination are THIS deep.
Enjoy and tell me which ones you like. You also get to name the new species.