I Painted 30 Illustrations To Show That Not All Monsters Are Scary

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I’d like to show you my glowing monster series, bored pandas! They’re adorable, large, fluffy, and lonely.

Don’t worry, they’re all very nice!

Check out the fluffiness and sweetness of these monsters as you scroll down the page!

Everything in my environment inspires me. Stars, the moon, galaxies, and other cosmic objects fascinate me. In my paintings, I enjoy experimenting with light and colourful materials. I produce a lot of magical creatures and monsters, but I try to make them as cute as possible rather than frightening.

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My process is simple; I keep track of any ideas I have for future drawings in my notes. Then, when I have free time, I draw a sketch and then colour it. I have this weird habit of starting an artwork and finishing it in one sitting. I don’t have many drawings that I would keep for longer than a day. Depending on the complexity of the subject, it can take anywhere from 4 to 12 hours to complete one of my pieces.

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I don’t find it difficult to come up with new ideas, but I do get burned out from time to time. Especially now, as social media evolves and it becomes more difficult to reach as many people as it once was. At times, social media is our sole means of communication. When I’m having a creative block, I find that looking at other paintings might help me get motivated.

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My process is simple; I keep track of any ideas I have for future drawings in my notes. Then, when I have free time, I draw a sketch and then colour it. I have this weird habit of starting an artwork and finishing it in one sitting. I don’t have many drawings that I would keep for longer than a day. Depending on the complexity of the subject, it can take anywhere from 4 to 12 hours to complete one of my pieces.

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