This theme came to my mind when I was drawing the yesterday's doodle, which was about bedtime stories. Red Riding Hood is my favorite fairy tale since I was a kid. I'm amazed to see how many takes of this story you can find online owo
Each stroke you make with your pen and pencil eludes me in a very beautiful way that I can't describe, this is why I see you as my hero, Doodles. How you do it, I have no clue, and that is also why I'm following in your footsteps; so I can become a drawing master like you. (You're welcome, by the way.)
You need to create a little "fantasy" booklet of doodles, [various doodles involving your fantasy animals, the different "fairytale" ones you've done before...] for us to buy. I know I'd be all over that
So beautiful! Little Red Riding Hood used to scare the crap out of me as a kid. I just couldn't figure how the woodsman was able to get the Grandmother out in one piece after she'd been eaten. Then I went and read Perrault's fairy tale and it was even worse. I never had any problems with "bad dreams" as my Otter friend (I still have her) would sit there and teach me to fly. Your Wolf looks rather protecting instead of fierce. I like that!