Chuck Grieb

is creating The Garden Clan.
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About Chuck Grieb

I'm Chuck! An illustrator, animator, and storyteller. The Garden Clan was inspired by my love for old stories, magic, and the nature that surrounds us. I hope you'll join me on this journey of discovery into the world of The Garden Clan

I've written and illustrated a novel about Bela and Vuto, The Goblin Twins. Each month a new chapter, with illustrations, will be published on this page.

Once the story is published online, I hope to realize a printed version of The Goblin Twins to make available for purchase!

A little about The Garden Clan:

Garden faeries are small, tiny even, the tallest never quite reaching two inches in height; and come in many forms and colors. There are the Faerie Rabbits, standing on two legs, unlike the animals we know.
The Faerie Owls which appear a little odd to our eyes in that they have no wings, but claws for hands as well as feet.
The Faerie Elves who look much like you or I, though their ears tend to be pointy.
And the Goblins. Goblins are small, just as most faeries are, look very piggy in the face, and are covered in a fine fur. They stand on two legs (hooved); most are brown, grey, or a dark blue black, some are even spotted or piebald, but never white.
Scholars do not include the Trolls (which are much large than most faeries) amongst the Garden Clans, because whereas they are a form of faerie, they live alone or in small family groups. And the rats and crows, though intelligent and organized, are animals and therefore not counted amongst the faerie peoples. 

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