quotedquarterly:

I imagine dwarves enjoy a little down-time after a successful dungeon crawl.
—Andrew

I drew this last year for fun. I don’t usually draw anything larger than a spot illustration, so I thought I’d share again.

quotedquarterly:

I imagine dwarves enjoy a little down-time after a successful dungeon crawl.

—Andrew

I drew this last year for fun. I don’t usually draw anything larger than a spot illustration, so I thought I’d share again.

Spoiler alert: Samwell Tarly does some reading at his local Night’s Watch library in A Feast for Crows.

Spoiler alert: Samwell Tarly does some reading at his local Night’s Watch library in A Feast for Crows.

It was believed that the Medieval abbey lubber (or butter spirit), “inhabited abbeys that had become wanton and overluxurious. His aim was to tempt monks into drunkenness and gluttony.” Quote from Spirits, Fairies, Leprechauns, and Goblins: An Encyclopedia.

It was believed that the Medieval abbey lubber (or butter spirit), “inhabited abbeys that had become wanton and overluxurious. His aim was to tempt monks into drunkenness and gluttony.” Quote from Spirits, Fairies, Leprechauns, and Goblins: An Encyclopedia.

Coral and the vanishing Aral Sea from a kids’ environmental science book I illustrated.

I illustrated a zombie book this one time.

I illustrated a zombie book this one time.

Mysterious Galaxy is an indie bookstore in San Diego that sells only fantasy and science fiction books. Visiting made me want to see a bookstore in a fantasy city. —Andrew

Mysterious Galaxy is an indie bookstore in San Diego that sells only fantasy and science fiction books. Visiting made me want to see a bookstore in a fantasy city. —Andrew

Listening to The Star Wars Minute Podcast I learned that the futuristic prop carried by an extra running through Cloud City in The Empire Strikes Back was actually a 1970s ice cream machine. My wife has a new ice cream cookbook coming out, so I thought I’d draw Willrow Hood as the unofficial space-spokesman ;)

Listening to The Star Wars Minute Podcast I learned that the futuristic prop carried by an extra running through Cloud City in The Empire Strikes Back was actually a 1970s ice cream machine. My wife has a new ice cream cookbook coming out, so I thought I’d draw Willrow Hood as the unofficial space-spokesman ;)

I designed a 1 inch hand-lettered button to go along with my wife’s new Dairy-Free Ice Cream book. “Nuts” for nut milk ice cream! (I like puns way too much)

I have about 100 buttons left, so if you’d like one please reblog this and send me a message with your mailing address or email at: inquire@TheSpunkyCoconut.com

Here’s a rejected comp for a book cover. Illustrations and design by me. You can see my approved cover on the publisher’s website. It’s a fun book. Lots of cool projects.

Here’s a rejected comp for a book cover. Illustrations and design by me. You can see my approved cover on the publisher’s website. It’s a fun book. Lots of cool projects.

abookishtype:

Wartime British bookshop, c. 1940. When I first read the sign at the top, I interpreted it as “Read until you blackout.”

Awesome shot. I have to find the source of this photo.

abookishtype:

Wartime British bookshop, c. 1940. When I first read the sign at the top, I interpreted it as “Read until you blackout.”

Awesome shot. I have to find the source of this photo.