Monsters Have Problems Too


“I like to draw cute and silly things. This is a project I’ve been working on for a while now. I call it ‘Monster Issues’. It’s about monsters and their feelings. What if they’re more than just big, mean, scary creatures? What if they have worries, problems and stuff they have to deal with, just like the rest of us? I thought it would be a fun idea to illustrate.”

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