Chupacabra (4)

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  1. I LOVE THIS! I’ll be sharing it with my 9-year-old daughter, who has a crazy-bizarre interest in the chupacabra.

    Of course, I love that what “it” is to her changes depending on the day you ask: One day, it’s half lizard and half chicken; the next, half lizard, half chicken and half sheep (and yes, I get that doesn’t quite add up, but it does to her); the next, half sheep and half chicken…

    Fun illustration. And I know a 9-year-old who will agree! πŸ™‚

  2. I remember growing up and being deathly afraid of this ‘mystic’ creature. I never got clarification if he thirsted for more blood than goats, so I just knew human would be his next target.

  3. I like the series so far! But I can’t tell if you are doing these on a ‘puter or actually making hard copies (e.g. pen and watercolour) and then scanning them in? The simplistic colour scheme is nice and effective tho :thumbsup:

  4. I have always loved the word Chupacabra – it rolls off the tongue so nicely. Nice illustrations, he looks like such a friendly chap. πŸ™‚

  5. *giggles* This is fantastic, thank you for sharing it with us! Gosh, I vividly remember my wonderful little Mexican students shuddering in horror at the very mention of the chupacabra – I wish I’d had this illustration to show them. πŸ˜‰

    Congrats on FP!
    Kate
    http://ukate.wordpress.com/

  6. What a crack up, great stuff! Congrats on the FP! I’m a sci-fi, horror, comedy, punk rock lover too! Love your dogs name! All our pets seem to end in a ‘Y’ haha we have, Molly, Sammy, Casey, Holly, Missy (short for Mississippi as that was what I had just learnt to spell when I got her – WAY OLD Cat now!!!). My fiancee and I were discussing children the other night and all the names he brought up ended in ‘Y’, I think there is an issue here hahaha naming kids after animals… new concept.
    Have a great one!

  7. The Goat Sucker just has a bad PR agent. He’s really a swell guy. I had a fender-bender with him last week (totally my fault btw) and you know what he said? He said, “It’s ok, the roads are really wet. These things happen.” We both exchanged information and went our separate ways. What a stand-up guy.

  8. Horror Sci – Fi and suspence – three things
    I can’t live without – Ever think of starting a
    single panel comic like the Far Side? Those
    look like fun.

    Oh, and if monsters are your thing, I disguss
    many of them. From the kinder gentiler, Zombies
    of traditional legend, to my small novel RUST,
    where a hapless supply pilot, Amelia Jones,
    struggles to wrest her past from the ghosts of
    Sky Land, a decaying theme park with a
    decommissioned air-base at its heart.

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