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Monday, April 30, 2018

Sneak Peek Series: Creature Feature

Dearest Silliest of Sillies,
   I was working on something. And while working on that something I hopped onto a twisted road to work on another something. This zany detour is thanks to friend and phenomenal artist, Steve Ferchaud.

   Hint 1: It's for mature children and immature adults. 
   Release date is TBD and soon-ish. 
   For now, please play along with this Sneak Peek Series Game. 

The person with the most correct answers will get a free autographed copy. I'll refrain from stating whether you're right or wrong, until we get to the end.  It's okay if more than one of you are correct. But the first who's right, gets an extra-credit point. [Apologies to the very few people who can't play along, because you already know the particulars.]


Question (1) What creature is this?

Question (2) Where is this creature?
and/or What is this creature doing?
















Artwork by Steve Ferchaud, with his permission to post but no permission to copy, steal, replicate and/or blah blah blah. Thanks. =)


Have an uplifting week, dears, as April spins into May.
Be good to yourselves.

32 comments:

  1. Hmm a bear with a bad hair day? Creature is stuck or sleeping.

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  2. I am voting for a bear too. And love its fashionista approach to hair. And its blissed out face.

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    1. Good guess Alex. I said I wouldn't say if you're right or wrong, but I'm sorry. You're wrong.

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  4. That creature looks like it's sitting on someone's head :) That's as much as I can think of!

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  5. I'm guessing it's a porcupine, but as far as where it is and what it's doing? No idea.

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  6. I'm guessing a porcupine trying to recover from a Trump tweet about Stormy. The poor creature wants to shoot its needle into Trump's tweet thumb. Not a major artery. Merely a stopgap...
    Am I close?

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  7. I have no idea but that critter should be a spokesanimal for L'Oreal hair products.

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  8. Hah! I love you, my sillies.
    You've made me laugh.
    A few correct answers in the bunch, too.
    Thank you!

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  9. The creature is obviously a hybrid between a Mooncalf and a Jobbernowl.

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    1. There you go making me learn a thing or two again, Geo.

      PS Thanks.

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  10. It looks like a porcupine to me!!

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  11. It's a porcupine and it is smiling 'cause that's what porcupines do.

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  12. A porcupine at the beach would be funny! Don't know if that's where it is, but if so I hope it doesn't get sand up its quills!

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  13. a porcupine giving someone a back massage

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  14. It's a porcupine that just came from the salon getting his quills highlighted, and on his way home he stumbled upon a protest and decided to give out some free hugs.

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  15. I'm going to guess that he's a protesting porcupine. He's a cute little guy. :)

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  16. Just to be different, I'll go with a hedgehog for a children's book you're going to provide the story for?

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  17. Clueless, but cute pictures. Good luck to all trying to win the book. No kiddie's at home so am out of the loop on what book it might be, or who the character might be. Hope you're having a good week.
    Sandy's Space

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  18. Being Australian, it's obvious. A very horny possum.
    The guy with his mouth open... I think that's Fred Flintsone reaching a rocky 'plateau', as he 'attacks' the poor possum from 'behind.'.
    (Oh please, let me stop it!)

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  19. I think this is a porcupine or a porcubear

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