Hey, there’s always one drawing per challenge where I go a bit overboard on the shading. Here it is. And I’m gonna call this challenge finally done! As always, I might bring some characters back, in particular the Baba Yaga and the Jiangshi, as seen here. Who knows? It’s not like I don’t have enough… Continue reading Loretober/Lorevember – Ao Andon
Please. Please stop.
WE AIN’T DONE. WE AIN’T DONE YET. There just a few more prompts I wanna get done and I WILL get them done. Even if technically October is over.
Well – since I’ve completed a third of the prompts with this drawing, I will count this year’s October Drawing Challenge as a success! I mean, I’m not done yet – I’ve at least 3 more I want to do. Can I pull it off? We’ll see!
I don’t know why I made him friendly. I just wanted to. So have a friendly little Jiangshi (hopping Chinese vampire/zombie). The bandages basically help hold him together.
The Irish really do love their omens of death, don’t they?
There’s something extra terrifying about this one. I think it’s the daytime horror element. Her whole schtick is appearing in the middle of the day (hence the name) and inflicting people with heat stroke. Or just straight up killing them.
Me: He he, managed to get out of drawing a horse for the Dullahan. Next prompt: La Cegua, a Latin American spirit who gets her jollies attacking men on lonely roads, with her most well-known feature being…a horse skull. Me: Dang it.
So, the Dullahan is typically seen riding a horse as well. But that would involve drawing a horse. Which I draw about as well as cars.
Alone? She’s not alone. He’s here with her. And he’s always going to be. Forever.