Happy #HorrorHaikuesday! I’m making the artwork on the morning of, once again. Mostly because last week’s snapchat was a ton of fun. But also because I spent the last week traveling around on planes and hanging out with my grandma. (She’s almost 90! And still totally a cool lady.)
SO, If you’re reading this on the day, you can follow the story as I make today’s artwork by adding me on snapchat.
If not, no worries, you mostly just missed me reading the haiku as they came out and me telling my drawing hand to behave.
For inspiration, here’s this week’s #horrorpromt
— #horrorprompt (@horrorprompt) August 8, 2016
Skin bleeds under chains
Even locked, they weren’t enough
to save you from me.
There were a ton of cool poems from last week, but one that caught my attention was one with artwork from one of my new favorite podcasts, @. (BTW, if you like urban legends, and learning about the bizarre history behind them DO give their show a listen. It’s seriously fantastic.)
Small hollow lady
False pretenses bind the child
Loves her dolly so
— Just A Story Podcast (@justastorypod) August 2, 2016
And here are the poems I illustrated throughout the day:
See the pretty homes
Along came plague—empty rows
Everyone is dead
— A. F. Stewart (@scribe77) August 2, 2016
Hot as hell outside
Down below Satan gains strength
End times creeping near
— Eric Kennedy (@EricKennedy20) August 2, 2016
Thanks for visiting! And remember to use #horrorhaikuesday on twitter for a chance to have your haiku illustrated here next week.
Thanks for making today amazing ❤