Your browser does not support the video tag. Trick or Treat! Happy Halloween from an animated Mobius the Goat! And if you can’t see the animation, hover over the image and then pick the play button. Or, if you get tired of the animation, I suppose you could use the same method to stop it. But who would get tired of a smiling, trick-or-treating goat? As you might imagine, Mobius is hoping for more treats than tricks this year, so be nice to him, please.
The October Tiki of the Month is ready for Halloween, complete with his mask. Does a mask like that really hide his identity? Probably not. But he is happy to take his place in the Tiki of the Month lineup. Maybe next year we should work on getting him a better costume. Something that hides his identity more, perhaps? Are Halloween costumes even supposed to hide your identity? Probably not, but that’s okay.
The Rocketeer goes trick-or-treating for Halloween. Or is that just someone in a Rocketeer costume? Obviously, it is just someone in a costume, because the real Rocketeer would be flying through the sky instead of just walking on the ground. And it looks like he must be just getting started, because his bag looks rather empty. Hopefully he can fill it up with some good loot soon. Halloween Memories My sister and I used to always go trick-or-treating around our neighborhood when we were growing up, even if our costumes were not as elaborate as this.
A bat flies in above the trees, just in time for Halloween. Fortunately, he appears to be a friendly bat. People are often afraid of bats, but we enjoy seeing them in our yard. Bats eat insects, and we have plenty of those where we live, so we could use even more bats than we have. We even talk of putting up a bat house or two, but we have not done that yet.
Here is another round of jack-o-lantern pumpkins from the Burnsland Pumpkin Patch for this year. Watch out for that guy in the upper right. He looks a little questionable. As with the first batch of pumpkins, these guys were fun to create. But they were just some quick drawings that I put together. Nothing too serious, but just a fun way to pass a little time. Just for Fun Is having fun becoming a lost art?
The Burnsland Pumpkin Patch has some interesting looking characters this year. Most of them are happy to see you, and they all have that inner glow about them. This is considered to be Volume 1 because I anticipate there being others before Halloween actually arrives. In some ways, September seems a little early for jack-o-lantern pumpkins, but I thought I would go ahead and roll these out there. Unique Pumpkins are fun and easy to draw.
Ooooooooo! A Werewolf brings you a joke for Halloween, or maybe Howl-O-Ween, in this latest artwork from Steve’s Sketchbook. So maybe the Werewolf does not have the best jokes. But I am not going to tell him. How about you? Do Werewolves even eat lunch, or are they only out at night? Maybe I should have researched that just a bit more before using this joke. But factual or not, I still think it is funny.
Happy Halloween! A tiki with a pumpkin-shaped head sits in a field on a starry night in the fall as Halloween approaches. This is the latest Tiki of the Month from Steve’s Sketchbook. Yes, Tiki of the Month is definitely a thing now. Our tiki friend is just waiting for some trick-or-treaters to come and pay him a visit. Of course, you can tell by his smile that he is a friendly tiki, so he only gives out treats, of course.
Eerie! Bats fly around a Haunted House under a full moon in this drawing from Steve’s Sketchbook. After all, Halloween is just around the corner. You can just imagine the kinds of haunts that haunt this haunted house. In fact, you will have to imagine the haunts, because I did not draw them, just the house. I thought it would be fun to draw something like this, as I was thinking of what sort of things to draw for Halloween besides the normal pumpkins.
Not Too Scary A pumpkin carved into a jack-o-lantern waits in a field on a clear fall night in the latest drawing from Steve’s Sketchbook. Boo! Okay, so it isn’t really all that scary. Last year, I actually drew two pumpkins, and you can see them here and here. This will probably be the only pumpkin for this year, instead of two like last year. But I thought it would be fun to make these pumpkins an annual thing.