Illustration Friday’s theme for this week is “Savour”.
It’s been more than a week since Halloween. I know it’s late already, but here’s something I made for the fun and creepy holiday of the year. For the “Afterwards” theme at Illustration Friday, here’s what happens after a trick-or-treat activity in the neighborhood. What else would the little kids do but enjoy the tons of candies they earned for the night.
Working too much will make you feel spent or physically exhausted. Coffee would instantly be the best buddy of somebody working til the wee hours of the morning just to make sure s/he beats the deadline. I bet some of you reading this couldn’t agree more. On the dark side though, no matter how many cups of coffee you drink, if you’re way too tired, catching some z’s would be the only solution to such a dilemma. I seriously hate this feeling just like anybody else does, especially because sleeping feels so good I just can’t get enough of it. Anyway, here’s my submission for this week’s Illustration Friday.
Illustration Friday’s theme for this week is “Racing”. Running events are all around the country these days. It’s good that people now are more involved in healthy activities like running. I’ve tried joining one year ago, and I’m hoping to participate again in the future.
Since it’s the spooky month of October, let’s keep the terror coming! It’s all about “Spooky” things in this week’s Illustration Friday.
The mythical creature in this illustration is called an Aswang. Aswang is a generic term used in Philippine mythology for supernatural beings like manananggals (half-body of a human, with bat-like wings), witches, shapeshifters, and lycanthropes. These creatures are described as having an ordinary human body by day, then transforming into a monstrous creature (usually animals) at night.