I did wonder a bit whether or not this dragon lived in a stick figure world with other stick figures or if it was unique in its stickfigureness.
I thought it might be interesting to keep playing around with the stick figure dragon from yesterday.
Any sort of coin hoard would have gobbled up the single-lined elegance of the stick figure, so like any good villain, the dragon keeps their (I haven’t decided on gendering yet) wealth in a bag with a dollar sign on it.
It was a pretty hectic day of Family Emergencies, but everyone is okay. The Fiancee said I was “her rock” due to my unflappability in a crisis, so it seems reasonable that I would draw a stick figure:
In hindsight, I probably should have put some stick horns/fins on this dragon, but I was a little more concerned with the question of does a stick figure dragon have a circular head or not.
And as an aside: does numbering and nomenclature matter? “The Resurrection” has been going on since April- how long does it keep going? And even when it stops, do we go back to “Dragon-A-Day? I’m very much undecided.
I don’t know why the visual shorthand for all-out running involves the arms stuck straight out, but it sells it. Anyhow, I need some sleep.
I don’t know if I’ll ever get that backlog posted, but I’m going to try to post regularly again.
There’s a lot of birthdays in May lately, and my lady’s is today. I made a fuss over her.
After what felt like the longest game of Commander ever I came home and, while not exactly inspired, I found this sleeping dragon curled up in the page:
I didn’t set out to draw one of The Other Ones (and in fact my tag index is currently broken so I couldn’t just pull them up; I had to do a search), but it seemed like an offshoot, probably just because of the stripes; if that closed eye is button-like, it’s a pretty big button.