Drawlloween, Part IV

I have to say that drawing has been a good form of meditation for me. It has helped me relax a lot better than any other form of meditation has. The only thing I would do differently, perhaps, is maybe only working on a drawing for an hour or so a day rather than having to complete a drawing a day. The prompts have been really helpful though because they forced me to draw things I wouldn’t normally draw and got me over my artist’s block.

Day 14 was bat and I went a little whimsical here. Brought in a little Alice In Wonderland.
Day 14 was bat and I went a little whimsical here. Brought in a little Alice In Wonderland.
Day 15 was amulet so I drew a hamsa. I'm a bit obsessed with them.
Day 15 was amulet so I drew a hamsa. I’m a bit obsessed with them.
Day 16 was grave, which I drew with micron. I almost went Doctor Who weeping angel with it, but I decided to behave.
Day 16 was grave, which I drew with micron. I almost went Doctor Who weeping angel with it, but I decided to behave.
Day 17 was demon and this is what I dreamed up. Literally. I had a dream about her. Done in pen and ink.
Day 17 was demon and this is what I dreamed up. Literally. I had a dream about her. Done in pen and ink.
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