Tag Archives: cool links

Nivanh-Chanthara-art

Friday Smackdown: Tens Times the Pop

1 day ago

The boatswain sounding his whistle called the ship to arms, and found us a tailwind with the call. It was gaining on us, visible one moment, gone the next. It…

Ivan-Smirnov-art

Friday Smackdown: Wood Keggin’ Bebop

1 week ago

Crooked fence posts propped up its torso and surly demeanor, clanking a grin as spindles and pumps whirred beneath the translucent neck skin. A movement would send tremors, with keg…

SlavaTriptih-art

Friday Smackdown: A Jolt of Whistles

2 weeks ago

Around the castle it crept, a small, yet indecipherable gurgle of bones shifting. It was tall, lanky and faceless, yet with a whistle like a canary heard after a jolt…

su-jian-art

Friday Smackdown: Sprill Bojocky

3 weeks ago

Sitting betwixt the legs of the elderberry roots, its eyes peered out. Not one, or two, or three, but eight at least, moving separately, then together, watching. Low to the…

alexis-rives-art

Friday Smackdown: Cata-rocka-lopulous

4 weeks ago

Jumped off the ledge, the hammer fell, the blast rang out and the monstrosity of a caterpillar was no more. Usually smaller, but this one had been feasting. We hadn’t…

cinta-vidal-art

Friday Smackdown: Furble Grove

1 month ago

The trees towered, a grove of five just in front of us, a path around, and a trail of its fur, scales and laughter all along. We drew our bows,…

oh-ji-hoon-art

Friday Smackdown: Blood Weaver

1 month ago

The blades buckled beneath the yarn. Paws were not meant to be that dexterous, but his training in the textile arts had surpassed even that of the nomadic mural weavers…

kevin-peterson-art

Friday Smackdown: Biz Tendrils

2 months ago

Somehow, we were able to chop our way through the tendrils. As they grew back, a vocalizing noise of business lingo, land management deals and making strawberry metropolitans echoed around…

sleepypang-li-art

Friday Smackdown: Crumble the Meat Gourd

2 months ago

The Crumbling Cliffs. That’s where the creature lived, but nary a soul had seen it. Oblong-shaped and bent,¬†with a single leg and, what looked like, a meat slicer off each…