For some time now, I've been dealing with some depression and anxiety issues. One big factor was feeling as if I had lost all of my creative passion. At one point in my life, I was constantly drawing. I had a small sketchbook almost completely filled with the creatures i made up. Then suddenly it all just... grinded to a halt. I just had no more creativity, and it felt like everything I did stopped making any difference. Years have passed since then. Things got worse for me, and my creative drive was nothing but a memory. Then, when talking to someone else about this, i got to thinking about that little book i had. I found it, and came up with an idea. To redraw the creatures I created, and breath new life into them. These creatures all existed in a world imagined by my childhood self. The goal with this miniproject is to use my growth as an artist to show them in a different light, and hopefully recapture what my mind tried to create. To respect these drawings, because they are all part of my life. Each creature, however big or small, fast or slow, peaceful or dangerous, silly or cool, they all helped shape me in some way. In a way, these drawings are me. They reflect who I was at the time, my mindset in that stage of my life. The way I plan to do this is to make one post per page as I redraw, with my thoughts on the creatures and what I think I may have been thinking at the time. At the time of making this setup post, I have the first three pages redrawn. The full book has around 200 pages. Not all of these are filled, but most of them are. Which means i have a lot of creatures to draw.