Happy Halloween! For my fifteenth drawing for InkTober I made a drawing of Baba Yaga. In Russian folklore, Baba Yaga is a ferocious witch. She dwells deep in the forest in a hut standing on chicken legs surrounded by skulls.
For my fourteen drawing for InkTober I created some fan art of Frankenberry. I always wanted those General Mills monster-themed breakfast cereals as a kid. My mom was always concerned about good healthy eating habits and kept us away from the cereals. General Mills had a whole monster line up of sugar saturated goodness. The characters included Fruit Brute a werewolf, Count Chocula, Fruity Yummy Mummy, Boo-Berry a ghost and good old Frankenberry. The company still releases some of those brands as far as I’m aware.
Here is my sixth drawing for InkTober. I wandered off from the spooky Halloween territory for this drawing. This monster is my version of a Wendigo. A Wendigo is a cannibal monster or evil spirit from Algonquian folklore. The folklore comes from the forests of the Great Lakes Region of the United States and Canada.