6 x 18 on cradled gessoboard

The freshwater clothodile feeds primarily on plushalopes and other large stuffed animals that come down to watering holes to drink. They can grow up to sixteen feet in length and exhibit a symbiotic relationship with the tiny tailor-bird, which will walk fearless into the clothodile’s mouth, cleaning the predator’s teeth, pulling out loose threads, and carefully stitching up any small rips or tears they may find.

Fooling around with more weird stuffed animals, obviously! I can only get the 6  x18 gessoboard in the deep cradle, so I’d be happy to sell this one before a con–hanging the deep cradle’s a pain in the ass!–but otherwise it’ll be at Duckon and/or AC.

Prints available!

3 thoughts on “Clothodile

  1. raven_feathers says:

    i couldn’t for the life of my figure out what a “freshwater clothilde” was until the image loaded and i realized what it REALLY said. but, however, i think there’s probably some fiction to be had dealing with freshwater clothildes, saltwater guineveres, and maybe a land-dwelling dolores or two.

  2. Hawk says:

    Nice….I like the pun, raven 😀

    I like the clothadile, too. A tailor bird would be scary yet awesome (I have a mild fear of needles).

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