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Mermay day 1 ~ World Building Wednesday 41

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Counting this as this week’s WBW due to distraction from the earlier issue drop ❤ Aaand making my notes available to all readers as a special treat! Usually the actual world building text is for patrons only, while I post the associated drawings as a teaser for everyone. Check out my Patreon for more!

It’s time for another world building post, dear readers! Kicking off another month of focusing on those beneath the sea…

Though the Merfolk seem to be the dominant fae of the oceans of Tock’s world, there are still many other faeries there, including this watery version of a wil o’ the wisp! They do seem to be very rare, however, as this dolphin-maid seems very fascinated by her encounter. Like their land/air-based cousins, these water wisps often serve as guides to greater mysteries, sometimes leading ill-intentioned people astray…

Mermay prompt – Luminous, courtesy of the amazing Maegan Cook. 

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One response

  1. Reblogged this on Rachel illustrates : fantasy art and Faerie faith and commented:

    Happy Mermay everyone!!! I’ll be using a prompt list from Maegan Cook (link below). As with previous drawing challenges, this year will be very “Tock the Gnome” heavy (basically every prompt that fits the merfolk of that world) but I also plan to participate in Lady Holly’s ‘draw this in your style’ challenge and some “Siren’s Lament” fanart will certainly be happening too (as I am in the middle of catching up on that and it is w o n d e r f u l ).

    May 1, 2019 at 10:41 pm

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