This week’s illustration is of an idea I previously mentioned in a post: Yokai Kokeshi Dolls! Incase you didn’t know, Yokai are Japanese folklore spirits, monsters and demons. Some are known for being tricksters, like the kitsune (fox) being able to shapeshift into a human! The characters (from left to right) are a Kitsune (a fox that can have up to 9 tails depending on their age), a Kappa (water dwelling monster that likes to eat cucumbers), a Tanuki (can also shapeshift) and a Nekomata (a cat known for having two tails).
This week’s illustration is a silly idea I got when I was heading home from Rome. I imagined illustrating the starters of Pokemon Sun and Moon with silly expressions. The characters (from left to right) include a disgruntled looking Decidueye, a tail nomming Incineroar and a disgraceful Primarina! This design is available to purchase on my etsy: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/572384853/3-goofy-alolan-pokemon-starters (I will also be selling these at the next convention sometime in the future!)
Happy Halloween my dear followers! Here is a Halloween themed moth for you all!
This week’s illustration is of Sakura from the manga series Cardcaptor Sakura in the style of children’s book character, Miffy! This idea came to be when I wanted to draw Sakura in a cute style and thought, “Wouldn’t it be adorable if I drew the protagonist like Miffy?” So I did.
Today’s piece is of Edea from Bravely Default as a Red Mage (I swear this wasn’t made to also celebrate BD’s 5th birthday, I made this not knowing!) Not hugely happy how this came out due to the drawing looking more lively than the final piece but I still had fun making this!
Today’s illustration is a special one, celebrating a favorite and special video game close to my heart: Bravely Default! I drew one of the protagonist’s holding a cake to celebrate! I think this may be my last contribution to Inktober since I am running out of ideas. The main reason is having no time to focus on my main work and stressing all day about coming up with drawing ideas for Inktober.
Today’s Inktober illustration is a cat loaf of a character I made inspired by lucky cats!
Today’s illustration for Inktober is a bunch of Jorunna parva (sea slugs that look like lil bunnies)! Another quick drawing today since I have had a busy day, sorry!
Today’s Inktober illustration was a bit experimental by blowing ink on a page to resemble features of these horse-like creatures. The creature on the left is Kelpie and the horse on the right is supposed to be a pegasus!
Today’s Inktober drawing is of a creature I sketched years ago with the head of an elephant (the trunk has octopus suction cups), the body of a seahorse and the wings of a bat! I learnt recently that the monster I created closely resembles a bahamut, a creature that has the head of an elephant (or hippo) and the body of a fish.