APM day 5
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Colin Love asked us to find: A Prophecy in a Teacup
I decided to draw a more literal teacup than intended, and then had no idea how to draw a prophecy in it...
I'm reasonably pleased with this one, but it took ages to draw the cup. The saucer I sketched out with a looser messier style than I normally aim for, but it came out okay.
Duckbunny predicts the weather:
Mostly dry, with sunny spells. Chance of tempests later.
Alex drew this amazing picture:
I don't know where this spawned from, it just sort of happened. It's something of a cross between the Witches in "Macbeth", K. Sandra Fuhr's "5ideways" webcomic and the "Hellsing" anime/manga series. The figure is of unknown name and gender, supposedly a White Knight figure, blind to the prophecies in the teacup/swirling morass. I think...
Aardvark submitted a single word to fulfill today's challenge:
Salavant just went around in circles:
And if you gaze long into the Assam, the Assam gazes also into you.
Ania went for comics this time.:
Oh, great. It looks like I can't spell "prophecy".
At least Zebbie remembers Thundercats...:
The unofficial Thundercats technical manual revealed the inner workings of Castle Plun-darr.
Dan sent me some prophetic tea.
Androidkiller gave a tabloid prophecy.
Beware: Brownian Motion
Jim drew a teacup with pointy sides (This is totally how I draw teacups as well.):
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