Creative Every Day Month 2017: Day One


Art Everyday Month is an artistic challenge established by Leah Koildas at her blog Creative Every Day. She explains it pretty well on a page dedicated to the Challenge. Essentially, those participating set themselves the goal of producing some one creative work each day for the entire month of November. In some respects it is like Inktober, which I opted out of due to a lot of scheduling conflicts...but maybe next year I can do both challenges. So, for this year, for Creative every Day Month, I will be posting fresh new drawings and other artwork here at my personal blog. some of these will get statted-up as critters for our Hereticwerks blog--you didn't really think otherwise did you?--but some will be just for the sake of trying some technique out, or to do something I haven't done in a while.

Today I did this...


Three robed, masked, mysterious figures sometimes seen in close proximity to the Blue Tiled Walls within the Near Deeps of Wermspittle...

...Who are they?
...What do they want?
...Why do the Sewer Militia advise Foragers and others to avoid these creatures at all costs?




Comments

  1. I sense a deep and wild imagination!!! =)

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    1. Thank you. I'm really enjoying all the wonderful artwork and other projects people are sharing for the Challenge! Very inspirational!

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    2. Are we all going to write stories about your illustrated characters? Because I see that could be very fun...

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    3. The best monsters, at least in Wermspittle, seem to be the ones that present some questions or pose a mystery for the players to solve or to learn about, and that in turn often leads to useful things, applicable knowledge, political leverage, or special insights into the workings of things...or access to some resource or process hitherto undiscovered or suppressed. These entities are one of those persistent mysteries spoken of by various Foragers and Scavengers who've spent time down along the Blue Tiled Walls...some of the oldest parts of the underworld below Wermspittle. These things pre-date the Three Camps, are at the very heart of this place (literally), and are less well known than even Latterkamp. There aren't even any credible rumors surrounding these things...only lingering, nagging questions and a lot of uncomfortable silences, making this a perfect opportunity for meddling busy-bodies to go poke around in the darkness for some much-needed answers...

      So...that's where I am with those things.

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  2. I am SO glad you are sharing everyone's 2017 AEDM experience. I was hurt when I saw there was no link. But I'm thrilled you left your link because it seems to be the only time I am able to connect with former AEDM friends.

    These look like monks that would belong at Hereticwerks. They are fabulous.

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    1. I'm very happy to help out as best I can. The AEDM challenge is a wonderful thing that Leah makes happen every year. I agree it is great to reconnect with all the creative people who participate in this event. Glad you liked my piece, it will go over to Hereticwerks later on.

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  3. Hi! These are marvelous--so intricate! Thanks for sharing them!

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    1. Glad you liked them! thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment!

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