Happy Holi Eve, or Holika! Holi celebrations start on the eve of Holi, known as Holika, with an evening of bonfires. Communities gather to perform religious rituals in front of the bonfire and give offerings. They pray that their internal evil should be destroyed as the bonfire starts. If you want to see my travel… Continue reading Happy Holika!
It’s not quite Holi yet, but these little Minions are getting ready for the Festival of Colors! They’re stocking up on Holi powder so they’ll be ready when it’s time to throw the Colors! Bonus content may be found on Patreon. Join to get exclusive behind-the-scenes material and unlock Patron-Only Posts: https://www.patreon.com/morbidlyadorable
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The Snake Charmer Skelly tests his skills putting the Naga Serpent into a trance! While I did see a Snake Charmer in India, his cobra only had one head! (More on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/posts/great-naga-8343980) NEW TAROT CARD! Exclusive first look at 10 of Pentacles on Patreon! Prosperity/Material Wealth Card – Read more.. https://www.patreon.com/posts/new-card-10-of-8343263
Just a lazy Sunday watching the boats go by… You can see I took my references right from photographs I took in India. I did alter reality by putting the Taj Mahal in view of the river. Except for a beautiul reflecting pool, there isn’t actually a body of water on either side of the… Continue reading Lazy Sunday…
In Rajasthan, Indian men take great pride in their mustaches. Even the Sun has a whimsical mustache in their art. Here is a little drawing of a mustachioed dragon clutching the mustachioed Sun! Additional content on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/morbidlyadorable Photos I took in India:
Last year as many of you know, I traveled to India to celebrate my birthday during Holi. To commemorate my dreamy trip, I’ll be posting my favorite “Eerie in India” drawings counting down to this year’s Holi Celebration on March 14th! I still feel blessed every day for having made this trip!