“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.

    S is for Satyr

    S is for Satyr

    In Bestiary lore, the satyr is usually described as a type of ape, but is often pictured as a wild man. 31 of 52

    Recent Drawings

    L is for Lion

    L is for Lion

    Lions are well represented in Medieval Bestiaries. This is inspired by an actual lion bestiary illustration. #24 of 52

    K is for Koala

    K is for Koala

    Koalas did not exist in Medieval Bestiaries as far as I can tell. However, they are cute and have knives in their feet, so they exist in my bestiary. #23 of 52

    J is for Jack Rabbit

    J is for Jack Rabbit

    Medieval drawings of rabbits are often macabre. This is a copy of an actual illustration. #22 of 52

    I is for Ibex

    I is for Ibex

    From Bestiary lore: The ibex is a type of wild goat with two large horns. The horns are so strong that if the ibex jumps from a mountain it can land on its horns and be unharmed by the fall. #21 of 52