👥 Mythology & Monsters #Inktober Day 19: Doppelgänger! A look-alike, evil twin or ghostly double - a harbinger of bad luck. #inktober17 #inktober2017 #Mythtober #ink #inkillustration #doppleganger #folklore #lore #magic #halloween #illustration #art #comicbookart #comic #comics #character #emmelinepidgen
Mythology & Monsters #Inktober Day 17! Faeries ✨💝
Mythology & Monsters #Inktober Day 16! Unicorn 🦄✨
So I've just arrived home from a busy weekend at #LICAF, so today's Inktober is super late in the day! Mythology & Monsters #Inktober Day 15: Lich - undead kings and magicians searching for eternal life. I don't often draw skulls, but I definitely enjoyed inking this! 💀🔥
I'm here at The Lakes International Comic Art Festival! Page 45 room in the clocktower 💜 I'm sketching, signing, selling lots of prints and books, and doing workshops all weekend! #LICAF
Mythology & Monsters #Inktober Day 14 : Sylph (Air spirit) 🌪️ An early morning painting today as I'm a guest at The Lakes International Comic Festival!
Mythology & Monsters #Inktober Day 13! For Friday the 13th we have a Satyr! 🐐
Day TWELVE of my Mythology & Monsters #Inktober - The Heliades, People of the Sun 🌞✨ (The myth is so interesting! Read below!) The Heliades was a seven island, paradise realm of the far south. It was a peaceful realm untouched by winter with rich forests of ever-fruiting trees. The inhabitants were a beautiful and virtuous race. They were tall and hairless--except for the hair on their heads, chins and brows--with flexible, rubbery bones. They had large ears and split tongues which allowed them to carry on two conversations at the same time and to mimic the sounds of animals and birds. They dressed in rich, linen robes dyed purple. The People of the Sun, were an extremely long-lived race. At the age of 150, however, they euthanised themselves by means of a magical plant which, when lain upon, brought a painless, sleep-like death. Their lives were otherwise untouched by death or disease and even severed limbs could be re-attached by means of a magical glue extracted from the blood of the amphisbainai-turtles inhabiting the islands. The nation possessed no families, instead children were raised in common without knowledge of their parents. Infants were placed on the back of a magical bird at birth to determine their spiritual disposition--those who failed the test were rejected and left in the wilderness to die.
Mythology & Monsters #Inktober Day Eleven! Werewolves 🌒🌓🌕
Day ten of my Mythology and Monsters #inktober. Jinn!