The folklore around will ‘o the wisps is that they lure nighttime travelers out into the swamp where they get lost, sometimes forever. So, here’s a naughty little will ‘o the wisp luring a boy into trouble.
Here’s another page from my current picture book project.
“Run away! Run away!”
Here’s a spread from the picture book I’m working on. Nine characters and a detailed scene. It took awhile, but I think it turned out pretty well. 🙂
This was an experimental piece. I was practicing several things.
– Cartoon females in this sort of bit-headed cute style.
– Expressive poses (body and face)
– Full background
I’m not really sure what’s going on in this scene except that it’s probably not a good idea for a cat to tick off a grizzly.
Since this was an experiment, I welcome critique and feedback on this piece.
A footbridge over the Little Cedar Creek at Ernie Miller Nature Center in Olathe, KS.
Heritage Park in Overland Park, KS.