Snow Daze

Charlotte’s not buying it.

I think these extra snow days threw everyone off, to be honest.

Like, we were trapped in this weird transition state between the holidays and “normal life” that wasn’t fully complete due to being stuck at home.  Everything suddenly seemed much longer.

Now things are finally starting to creak back to life.  Of course, with COVID still bouncing around, who knows how long that’s going to last, but whatever.  Enjoy it while we got it.

Doodcember, Days 21 and 22 – Ritual and Sleigh

The best way to make sure Grandpa Cthulhu gets the grandkids’ Christmas lists.

He does have an email address, but sometimes he doesn’t get around to checking it.

So summoning ritual it is!

Also – would like to point out that is smoke and not a wading pool.

Witchtober, Day 31 – Free Choice!

Nothing like a little magical practice!

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 in time/scene.

And now my hand hurts.  Time for a rest.

In the Neighborhood

‘Tis a silly place.

I need to actually map out where everything is in this universe.

Not everyone lives in the immediate neighborhood – Cleo and most of the Paw Pioneers, for example.  And the mermaids, of course.  Unless they had a saltwater swimming pool.

Also pretty sure the Seasons live somewhere else, but they just like to hang around.  Especially Spring and Summer.

Meet the Cthulhus

Unsurprisingly, bringing the snowman to life was indeed Mary’s idea.

Been drawing these guys a lot lately, and thought they needed a formal introduction!

Kind of funny how they started off as a Inktober drawing and somehow morphed into this – like Arugthor, who I haven’t drawn in ages.  They are fun to draw – even if I keep needing to remind myself which kid has which markings.

Also was trying to come up with a job that would allow Pip to work from home so he could keep track of the kids, because single dad.  For some reason, children’s book illustrator was literally the first thing that came to mind.  So I just rolled with it.