|Day 10: Succubus|
Do you have any idea how hard it is to draw a child succubus with out making it look like pedophile fodder?
So, I managed to make it thru my first full week. There's something refreshing about drawing something I enjoy at night before I go to sleep. Sadly, it doesn't help me sleep well though.
|Day 8: Octomaid|
Octomaid was fun, her head reminded me of Queen Elizabeth I
|Day 6: Spider Girl|
Spider girl is quite intent on learning to Knit.
|Day 4: Naga|
Hadn't heard of a Naga before this exercise. The Wiki said that Naga in Hindi culture were usually cobras. Although the male king cobra is the one with the hood, I really wanted to put one on my little naga girl.
|Day 7: Plant Girl|
I tried busting out my Tria markers for this. It's been way too long and I was a heck of a lot rustier than I thought I'd be.
|Day 5: Mermaid|
Top mermaid was second and I wanted to try an angler fish inspired mermaid. I admit I'm happier with the first, but glad I tried the second.
|Day 9: Demon|
Little Demon girls love AC/DC.
This last weekend I took part in a beginning puppet construction workshop put on by Lori Lane from Chatterbox Puppets. Although I took a puppet building and performance class when I was in college, I figured it would be good to brush up on things and see how someone else approaches the idea. I had a ton of fun and realized I had absolutely no idea what I was doing before. You can see Todd (or Toddy Wiseass) the Anti-Lovebug below. My husband and I did make a puppet video torturing our cat Loki with Todd but . . . I'm probably not going to post it any time soon. Don't worry, it's not anything kinky or strange. Just your typical "torture the pet" video. Only with a puppet.
|Todd the Anti-Lovebug made at the Chatterbox Puppets beginning puppet construction workshop.|
Next week: 30 Day Monster Girl Challenge Part 3