Q: I thought you were only going to do 150 of these monsters. What gives?
A: Yes, my original goal was 150 monsters. Since I met that quota so quickly, I decided that there must be a demand for them. Not to worry though. I am switching up themes for every round I do, and that should keep things all fresh and neat. Also any subsequent set I do will be numbered differently than the first set I did. So if you were lucky to get one of the original 150 monsters, you can sleep tight knowing that when I make it big, or get hit by a bus, you can go on Antiques Roadshow and brag about hiding your original signed and numbered MBM monster in the armoire in your attic.

Q: How long does it take you to draw a monster?
A: Three minutes... Actually, from pencil rough to finished monster, it takes about 15-20 minutes of real time.

Q: How long will it take me to get my monster?
A: I usually complete the monsters pretty quickly after I get them. But since this isn't my main gig (yet) just to be on the safe side, please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. Maybe a little longer if you live outside the continental USA.

Q: I'm not happy with my original word or phrase submission. Can I change it?
A: Yes, but only if you ask me nicely.

Q: Does all the money still go to pay for your baby and healthcare costs?
A: Yes. All the money helps my entire family out. All eight of us.

Q: What kinds of pens are you using to color and draw with?
A: I am using an assortment of Berol Prismacolors markers, Faber-Castell Pitt pens (brush and standard sizes, mostly) white and yellow paint pens and sometimes Grip Sharpies for larger dark areas. All of these are available in any reputable arts and crafts store.

Q: What size is the drawing?
A: The finished artwork is 4.25 x 5.5 cardstock. With a little matting, it should fit nicely into any smaller frame.

Q: What is your favorite monster to draw?
A: Zombies. And werewolves.

Q: Who owns the rights to this image? Can I use it as a logo or put it on a t-shirt that I make and sell?

A: For the time being, I am not releasing these images under the Creative Commons license, which means that as the artist, I retain all rights to the image.

Now, does that mean you can't use the monster I draw as a logo for your blog or podcast? Well, as my mother taught me, it's always polite to ask first. If you ask me about it and let me know that you are going to use it for a logo for your blog or podcast, chances are, I'll allow it. But if you use your image (or other people's images) and start selling keychains, dolls and t-shirts of the art behind my back, I probably won't be too keen on that. And I'll probably send my hired goons after you.

As a general rule of thumb, however, if you are looking for logo work for your company, or something specific, I would rather do that work outside of this project. I am always available for hire as a graphic designer or illustrator for your project and sometimes, believe it or not, I even draw things that aren't monsters.