Monday, February 19, 2018

Rhombused Feathers

This is like Ruffled Feathers, but they're rhombuses instead. Truly this is the peak of word play.


The ouroboros. A snake swallowing its own tail. But when I bird tries... at best it can chew upon it's talons.

Monday, February 12, 2018

Living Life

We're all just living life, so go for it. You do you. I'll do me. This chicken needs to cut that out though. Really ought to be doing something else all together.

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Under The Sea

The captain wasn't alone and it was too late to escape. The captain worked a talon out and ripped at a tentacle but it wasn't enough. The great beast pulled the captain deeper under the sea. All one could do in the face of it was struggle.

Desert Wanderer

It was a hard choice between Desert Wanderer and Dessert Wanderer, but I decided to go with the desert in the end. This fellow could probably use a few scars and what have you.

Snow Shoe

Okay, today we have a specialty piece, crafted with my right dress shoe.

Special thanks to Frank and Krystle for the snows

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Burning Heart

As long as the passion burns in your heart you can keep fighting and doing what you're passionate about. Even if it's some weird MS Paint blog you still question yourself for making.

Also this is a classic Survivor song. It's in Rocky IV.  Totally relevant

Friday, February 2, 2018

Outta The Road

Is the road very small? Or is the chicken very large? Or did I not really have a concept and just kinda said, "Yeah, close enough."

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Beak Through the Curtains

The actor was nervous. It was their opening night and there wasn't a sound. It was alright to take a small peek, right? The beak poked through the curtain and relaxed. They had an audience, even if it was small. The lights go off. The Curtain opens. Let the show begin.

Saturday, January 27, 2018


I have taken ill. Here's a chicken to show how I feel. The green represents all the snot and puking. I'll talk at you when I am less gross.