Wild: Inktober Day 16 Entry

"Alia, no! We don't run in the store. Come here right now!" "Rambunctious kiddo you've got there." "She's a force of nature all right. I'll pay for the jar she broke--" CRASH. "--and that candle as well." Day 17 Coming Soon! Day 15: Legend Day 1: Ring

Legend: Inktober Day 15 Entry

The Queen was older than most modern planets. Ancou, on the other hand, wasn't even half a century old, a flash in the pan compared to her, and yet she trusted him, of all people, to find a solution to a problem that had been around since the dawn of time. The stories of Queen... Continue Reading →

Inktober Inks! Batch #1

Here's my first batch of Inktober drawings. I've been better able to keep up with the prompts this year. Not perfectly, but better. I've also been having a lot more fun with these drawings this year. Instead of thinking about what people would like to see me draw, I've decided just to draw whatever my... Continue Reading →

comic and a little pep

  A little different kind of post today. I've been focusing on Necromantic, so I haven't done much with the Countersink kids lately. I've been playing with different art mediums, as well. I've been doing more drawing, making videos, and mixing music. I used to feel like I had to choose one thing to be... Continue Reading →

The Library Kids: A Countersink Scene

The doorbell rang. Paul rushed from the hallway, huffing irritably and tying his robe. “Who the hell could that be?” he grumbled. “They’d better be bleeding out of their face.” Paul peered through the blinds. “Oh my god.” “What?” I asked, preparing to run. “Who is it?” “It’s those damn library kids.” ... “I told... Continue Reading →

Thank You for 100 Followers!

Protagonized has made it to 100 followers! Thank you so much for your support! It means a lot to me. You all are the very best! I wanted to do something a little different to say thanks, so I drew some doodles of the Countersink crew. In the first picture, starting from the top left are Adam,... Continue Reading →

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