If you like to create monsters, myths, beasts and creatures then this is the place for you.
If I invite your art and you have more designs consider yourself invited and please JOIN
Submissions limited to 5 per week
What is allowed. Digital art, traditional art and sculptures of your own original monsters.
No unfinished art, or photo manipulation
Must be your own art and your own original creations.
No fan art. Original characters inspired by fandoms are allowed, but they must be alone or with other characters that are also your own creations.
No nudity. Not even butts. No porno or sex scenes. No disgusting fetishes. No suggestive images.
Blood and gore is allowed. One of the many reasons we like monsters is because they kill things and get into awesome fights. Just put a filter on it for those that are
No normal humans or animals. Humanoids must have something abnormal about them. They should have strange colored eyes, powers or something that tells they are some kind of creature inside. If your monster has a normal looking human form you must have submitted their true form first and tell why in the description they are not human. Link to the image showing their monster form.
No pretty or cute art Come on people. You'd think this is a no brainer but I have had to do the most rejections on things that look too pretty. This is MONSTROUS design. That's means frightening. I only accept monsters and creatures that are scary, frightening, ugly or badass. If it's pretty it does not belong here.
No anime humanoids. No cute critters. No ponies.
Submit art to the proper folders. If you are not sure which is the right one you can ask or leave a note to the group.
No fighting with the other members. Be nice.
Level of art I do not like groups that have quality control. You should have some level of understanding of anatomy. I will accept realistic style and cartoon style. Basically so long as it looks like what it is supposed to be I will probably accept it. So I shall call that "intermediate" level. Don't let that scare you. So long as the art doesn't look like a baby grabbed a crayon and made stick figures you should be good.