Friday, December 23, 2011

Happy Feepmas to Thee and Thine

Merry cluster of holidays that happen at the end of the year, y'all.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Coil Eel

Despite the bulbous eyes, this eel actually has poor eyesight and must navigate by taste.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Blue Coil Cyclops

If you lived here, you'd have granite counter tops. No roof or anything, but granite counter tops!

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Raspberry Nightcap

This feep's name sounds like randomly-generated bot text, doesn't it?

Monday, December 19, 2011

Fire Cat Snake and raccoon tracks

The cats of my household are endlessly fascinated by the raccoons that make occasional appearances on the back porch. Thankfully, their only interactions are through panes of glass. The cats don't quite seem to understand that raccoons are lawless brigands who will cut you given half a chance.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Mustachioed Raspberry Nautilus

Oh, it's been that kind of a week. If this feep had a fist it would shake it, but failing that, it razzes the world.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Swirled Sea Turtle

Just chillin' by the lagoon. Or, in this case, tiny spring-fed puddle (but to a feep-sized creature that's as good as a lagoon).

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Purple & Green Snat

This snat is thinking of hopping a train, but it gets dizzy at speeds over 2 miles per hour.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Bee-Striped Octopus

This feep is trying to lurk in the shadows, but it's a bit too sunny here.

Friday, December 9, 2011

Round Rattler

Just a friendly reminder, should you be considering giving the gift of feep this holiday season, that shipping times slow down at this time of year due to the general volume of mail being handled by the dear ol' USPS, so it's best to get your orders in soon to ensure a timely arrival. Head this way for your feeply needs:

The Feeping Creatures Etsy Store

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Blue & Pink von Snoot

Been workin' on the railroad. You didn't know the tracks were maintained by tiny monsters, did you?

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Road Feeps - Coil Horn Cyclops observes the George Washington Bridge

Viewed from Fort Tryon Park, it is the very bridge that takes one (and one's feeps) out of New York and into New Jersey, en route to Newark Airport, not but a couple of hours after this photo was taken. Adieu!

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Road Feeps - Coil Horn Cyclops at the Cloisters in Manhattan

What to think about a door that is simply labeled "known point," and then tightly shut? One has to assume that, along with transporting the stones and artifacts of European cloisters to New York, they also inadvertently transported a few of the resident ghosts or demons. You know, the sorts of things that can't be destroyed, but have to be sealed with wards behind thick doors, and are spoken of only in hushed whispers for centuries. Oopsie!

Monday, December 5, 2011

Road Feeps - Coil Horn Cyclops at the Cloisters in Manhattan

A portcullis only really works, of course, if your average horde can't fit through the openings. Prepare to be overrun by tiny monsters, o Cloisters.

Friday, December 2, 2011

Road Feeps - Coil Horn Cyclops at the Cloisters in Manhattan

Evidently you need a portcullis to keep out the barbarian hordes from lower Manhattan.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

New feeps in the Etsy shop

Also, for your edification, there are several new feeps in the Feeping Creatures Etsy Store, including the intrepid explorer of north Manhattan I've been featuring this week.

Road Feeps - Coil Horn Cyclops at the Cloisters in Manhattan

Nestled within Fort Tryon Park is a collection of buildings known as The Cloisters, a mashup of several medieval buildings imported from Europe by one of New York's eccentric rich people (one John D. Rockefeller, Jr., perhaps you've heard of him). There's a museum inside, but sadly we were there on a Monday and the museum is closed Mondays, so we had to content ourselves with wandering around the outside.