An ancient extinct creature, Leon was once the symbol for one of two royal factions. Leon’s legacy is defined by tall tales of primal power and unpredictability. By contrast its respectful relationship with Mono is said to keep the world in harmony. Archaic writings say that any creature that stood against Leon would turn to dust.We are at VanCAF this weekend in Vancouver! You can find us at E10! We are also part of the all ages comic panel at 4pm on Sunday!
It is 8 days until the Capture Creatures show at Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles! All 151 creatures will be priced at 151 dollars each and we will be hanging out all night! June 1st at 7pm!
Also the Capture Creatures Kickstarter continues! Get the 300+ page book of every Capture Creature!
Mono is an extinct legendary creature. Its horn was said to have medicinal qualities. An ancient symbol of courage, virtue and freedom, Mono was tasked with calming the ancient beast Leon. Their eventual conflict is said to bring about the end of the world. Crude effigies of Mono are routinely found in forests, it is unknown whether they are the work of humans or creatures.
Menqilin is a rarely sighted legendary creature, considered by folklorists to be the “companion to the gods”. Its solitary horn is a powerful electric conductor, channeling lightning from the clouds, which it can release in powerful bursts. Menqilin often come to the aid of creatures in need but never seek out conflict. The creature’s molted scales are prized possessions amongst those who indulge in folklore. Menqilin have never been sighted when not running.
Evolving from Villoat, Markipolitan’s evolution is triggered by overpopulation. During evolution the villages move around frequently, attempting to stake out new territory on the growing landmass. The most powerful Puugs and Craus occupy the barracks on its tail, using it as a look-out point to sight incoming aggressors.
The evolution of Kidage, Villoat is a steady beast. So much so that the Craus and Puug that settle atop their horns never even notice their movement. Congregating in packs, these animals create cities, often laying next to each other so their respective villages may trade and socialise.
Less than 2 weeks until the Capture Creatures gallery show in Los Angeles!
We’re extremely excited about our first big solo gallery show! Every single Capture Creature will be on display and priced at 151 dollars a piece. There will be prints, the new 330+ page hardcover book, the brand new resin toy. There will also be drinks, music and… us! We’ll be signing and hanging out all night.
The show is at 7pm on Saturday June 1st at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra (Los Angeles)! Feel free to RSVP on Facebook.
Antlerabra is deceptively small. The creature sheds its waxy antlers every season by rubbing them against trees. A nocturnal creature, Antlerabra is considered “the light of the forest”, as other creatures will follow it through the night. The creature always ends its journey at a fresh watering hole, inadvertently assisting its followers. In the winter Antlerabra use their flaming antlers to clear snow so they may eat the fresh grass below.
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We are making a Capture Creatures hardcover book! Containing all 151 creatures and weighing in at over 330 pages, this thing is going to be so pretty!! You can buy it now on Kickstarter!
Dashing Hound is the evolution of Carcimine. Carrying on its predecessors smoking habit, it uses the shed antlers of Antlerabra to create a greater fire projecting apparatus. Dashing Hounds are proud creatures, but when their fire is extinguished they will quickly scamper away. They often hide in trees for days until they are sure that their opponent has left.
The final evolution of Zapatiel and Hentricity, Groutlet boasts a most unusual dance ritual. It appears almost entirely pointless, as the dance is neither for mating nor dominance. Most Groutlet spends their entire lives in solitude and both genders can produce eggs. Perhaps its ridiculous display is to lull combatants into a false sense of security and allow Groutlet to unleash an unexpected attack. Its tail feathers act as barbs that stick into the body of its enemies, repeatedly shocking them until they succumb.