“We all have 10,000 bad drawings in us. The sooner we get them out the better.”

― Walt Stanchfield

52 in ’22

This year’s drawing challenge. Draw weekly in 2022.

U is for Unicorn

U is for Unicorn

In many bestiary representations, a virgin is used to lure the unicorn. She heads to the forest until a unicorn sees her and jumps into her lap. Some representations of this moment involve the unicorn sucking on the virgin’s breast until it falls asleep. During its...

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P is for Pard

P is for Pard

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A pard (Ancient Greek: πάρδος) is the Greek word for the leopard, which is listed in Medieval bestiaries and in Pliny the Elder's book Natural History. Over the years, there have been...

O is for Onocentaur

O is for Onocentaur

The onocentaur has the upper body of a man and the lower body of an onager (wild ass). The upper part is rational; the lower part is exceedingly wild. #27 of 52

N is for Night Owl

N is for Night Owl

Owls have a bad and racist reputation in bestiary lore, but I think they are lovely birds. #26 of 52

M is for Mermaid

M is for Mermaid

The mermaid has the body of a woman from head to waist, and a fish below. Mermaids are vain, and like to admire their own image. There are also mermen who are even more vain. #25 of 52