Well, something went awry.
Category: Walruses and Hauntings
Drawtober – Midnight Delivery (3/3)
Huh. A spellbook AND a Young Adult fantasy novel, complete with a potential love triangle and a Chosen One? Yeah. Teens’ll love it. No love spells, though. Don’t need hormone-stricken teenagers getting their hands on one of those. NOW. Onto the next prompt!
Drawtober – Midnight Delivery (2/3)
Aaaaand we’re back! Huh. Looks like it was just a mail delivery from Ghouls and Goblins Midnight Delivery Service for Sedgwick’s shop. But what could possibly be inside…?
Drawtober – Midnight Delivery (1/3)
Now who could it be, knocking on Sedgwick’s door this late at night? And what could he possibly be expecting? And why did I decide to draw background stuff? All excellent questions.
Drawtober – Garden of Magick
It’s October once again. And you know what that means. It’s time for another month-long drawing challenge! …sort of. Okay, so truth be told, October kind of snuck up on me, and I had no clue which challenge to pick. The official Inktober list was…not great. When one of the prompts is “Booger,” it’s best… Continue reading Drawtober – Garden of Magick
Doodcember, Day 11 – Scrooge
Dot makes for a very effecient Ghost of Christmas Past.
Witchtober, Day 31 – Free Choice!
Because is it truly an October drawing challenge if I don’t draw my mini Cthulhus? There we are! All 31 prompts in the bag (even if it isn’t quite October anymore)! Had a lot of fun with this challenge, with a bit more focus on characters than last year, which mostly focused on a moment… Continue reading Witchtober, Day 31 – Free Choice!
Witchtober, Day 30 – Cat
Whoops. Didn’t quite finish before October ended. Aw well. Only have one left now.
Witchtober, Day 29 – Necromancer
A few zombies always liven up a Halloween party, right? At least that’s what Matthias believes. Happy Halloween to one and all! May today be as spooky or as sweet as you like it!
Witchtober, Day 28 – Familiar
It’s always nice for a witch to have a helping hand with their magic. Or in Iris’ case, no hands. But Inkspill does try!