Inktober 2019 – MabsDrawlloweenClub Day 26 Dark – Huli Jing

🈯🈳🈵 GOOD NIGHT LADIES! TALES ABOUT CHINESE MYTHOLOGY ARE THE TOPIC FOR DREAMING THIS NIGHT 🐺💁

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Day 26 Dark – Huli Jing

Day 26:  Dark – Huli Jing
Double Challenge combined prompts #Drawlloweentober2019 
Inktober:  Dark
MabsDrawlloweenClub2019:  Huli Jing

Today prompt “Huli Jing” is inspired by the Chinese Mythology (Chinese狐狸精; literally: ‘fox spirit’) or jiuweihu (Chinese: 九尾狐; literally: ‘nine-tailed fox’) are Chinese mythological creatures who can be either good or bad spirits. During the Han dynasty, the development of ideas about interspecies transformation had taken place in Chinese culture. The idea that non-human creatures with advancing age could assume human form. As these traditions developed, the fox’s capacity for transformation was shaped. (Source WikipediA)

I hope you like my drawing and vision of the Huli Jing representing the 9 tales Fox Spirit, the black minimalistic background is for combine the prompt Dark. I think it suits greatly with my composition.

❤ Details about my drawings:
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3 responses to “Inktober 2019 – MabsDrawlloweenClub Day 26 Dark – Huli Jing

  1. Thank you for the reblog I am happy that you like it! Your share is very much appreciated! ❤

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  2. mmerce60

    A nice drawing about Chinese mythology. Congratulations to the artist! 🐺👩🏻

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