So like, this is an art blog.

My name is Jon and I like to draw things.

North American Fresh-Water Kelpmaiden 

North American Fresh-Water Kelpmaiden 

doodle dump.


Welcome to your room.
What would you like to do?

Welcome to your room.

What would you like to do?

I still think flip phones are cool.

I still think flip phones are cool.

joncreamcone:

So I was super inspired by by Jake Lawrence’s "Inventory" illustration that I decided to draw up some items from various Pokemon games.

Would Any of you buy this if I turned this into a phone case or perhaps stickers? 

joncreamcone:

So I was super inspired by by Jake Lawrence’s "Inventory" illustration that I decided to draw up some items from various Pokemon games.

Would Any of you buy this if I turned this into a phone case or perhaps stickers? 

I drew on my phone. 

I drew on my phone. 

Little Sunday doodle.

Little Sunday doodle.

Another illustration from my senior project.

Ornibis - Nocturnal Creature
Ornibis are found solely in cemeteries or places where people have died. They emit a soft humming sound. Legends says Ornibis are capable of connecting with the afterlife. Their humming is thought to be the deceased trying to speak through them.

Another illustration from my senior project.

Ornibis - Nocturnal Creature

Ornibis are found solely in cemeteries or places where people have died. They emit a soft humming sound. Legends says Ornibis are capable of connecting with the afterlife. Their humming is thought to be the deceased trying to speak through them.

An illustration for my senior project. I’ve designed and Illustrated my own bestiary. 

Knik-Knak - Nocturnal Creature
Found primarily in highly populated, urban areas. The Knik-Knak gets its name due to the fact that it spends its life stealing objects from homes and buildings. These stolen objects are then used to help build their nests. 

An illustration for my senior project. I’ve designed and Illustrated my own bestiary. 

Knik-Knak - Nocturnal Creature

Found primarily in highly populated, urban areas. The Knik-Knak gets its name due to the fact that it spends its life stealing objects from homes and buildings. These stolen objects are then used to help build their nests. 

Making cups and things.