a blog about cute girls and monstrous boyfriends

This is a blog where I post cute girls (ok and sometimes not girls) and the monsters, robots, aliens, and supernatural beings they love.
Occasionally NSFW.
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So I just stumbled upon this great webcomic, Girls of Monster Paradise. If you like cute ladies and monsters living on a tropical island together, this is probably a comic you’ll like! The updates are currently pretty sporadic (the artist is very busy with her day job) but she posts about updates on twitter, so follow her there to keep up with what’s new!

So I just stumbled upon this great webcomic, Girls of Monster Paradise. If you like cute ladies and monsters living on a tropical island together, this is probably a comic you’ll like! The updates are currently pretty sporadic (the artist is very busy with her day job) but she posts about updates on twitter, so follow her there to keep up with what’s new!

platysartblog:

its a shame  i didnt post this before, im really happy with it

platysartblog:

its a shame  i didnt post this before, im really happy with it

sanxr:

Future project (when my drawings will be fab) of a surreal visual novel/dating sim. Yeeeeeah.

frankenfossil:

to do with what’s currently happening in TBS
I COULDN’T NOT DO IT
(Emily the Strange belongs to Rob Reger; Dee and the other Emily are ALL MINE FROM MY COMIC)

frankenfossil:

to do with what’s currently happening in TBS

I COULDN’T NOT DO IT

(Emily the Strange belongs to Rob Reger; Dee and the other Emily are ALL MINE FROM MY COMIC)

teenagewerebear asked: Thanks for the new fetish I didn't need Jk thank u for existing

we’re very happy to have helped enable your new interest in monster people.

kaible:

yama-bato:

Olga Dugina and Andrej Dugin
from the book ‘The Dragon Feathers’
“Olga Dugina and Andrej Dugin paint lavishly detailed, richly textured and enthrallingly odd illustrations for children’s books.
Their intricately detailed paintings can, in turn, carry the feeling of Medieval tempera paintings, the grotesque fantasies of Bosch and Breugel, the carefully arranged tableaux of renaissance tapestries …” more http://www.linesandcolors.com/2006/12/10/olga-dugina-andrej-dugin/

I had a book of collected illustrated children’s stories from around the world when I was younger, and this was one of the stories in it. I always wondered about the relationship between the dragon and his wife. Was she a kidnapped princess or did she willingly marry him? Did they really love each other? Were they happy together? The story really wasn’t about them at all but I would have loved to know more. (I also wondered about her hat a lot, for obvious reasons.)

kaible:

yama-bato:

Olga Dugina and Andrej Dugin

from the book ‘The Dragon Feathers’

“Olga Dugina and Andrej Dugin paint lavishly detailed, richly textured and enthrallingly odd illustrations for children’s books.

Their intricately detailed paintings can, in turn, carry the feeling of Medieval tempera paintings, the grotesque fantasies of Bosch and Breugel, the carefully arranged tableaux of renaissance tapestries …” more http://www.linesandcolors.com/2006/12/10/olga-dugina-andrej-dugin/

I had a book of collected illustrated children’s stories from around the world when I was younger, and this was one of the stories in it. I always wondered about the relationship between the dragon and his wife. Was she a kidnapped princess or did she willingly marry him? Did they really love each other? Were they happy together? The story really wasn’t about them at all but I would have loved to know more. (I also wondered about her hat a lot, for obvious reasons.)