“C”, is for, “Cat”, of course. And, “Castle”. And, “Cream”. And, “Cushion”. And, “Crown”. And, “Chain”. And, “Claws”.
It’s hard to stop thinking of things that begin with a, “C”, now.
How many lizards does it take to change a light bulb? I have no idea, but I’m guessing three?
The North Pole is very cold and dark. Deaf Inuits had to dispense with mittens and invent special gloves in order to sign at each other.
Some drawings and photos I did last week, for a pitch.
Just realised that this is the second “M” that I’ve done. whoops!
Witch! Or Wand? Or Worm?… So many potential Ws.
This is a pertinently Halloween-themed sign-letter drawing. W is the most difficult letter of the alphabet to draw. It’s all those fingers sticking out all over the place.
Here’s another witch, but I didn’t think she was characterful enough to make the final cut.
This alphabet stuff is getting more complicated than I thought it would…
Not sure about this one…. I’ll sit on for a bit and see what I think in a few days time…
I did try a more “anatomically correct” version of the octopus (below), but everyone in my family seem to prefer the octopus with the silly mouth. Boo to anatomically correct(er) octopuses!