As we are only one letter away from completing the A to Z Challenge, I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank everyone following and commenting. It has given me some hope that I may have something special here. I may not be a professional graphic designer but I think that my simple, geometrically shaped illustrations or digital art make it very attractive to young (and I hope, older) readers. This concept will hopefully grow into different avenues. I have been thinking about posting a weekly webtoon to help me artistically and creatively. I may combine a bit of inspiration and wisdom since we are talking about Owl. And he will need a sidekick… so possibly a black cat in honor of my two fur babies who have passed. Isn’t it ironic that the owl and black cat are animals with superstitious tendencies?! Well, how about we join forces and take away those awful myths? I may also post these webtoons in my main blog, Owl Wonder, due to more followers over there. I hope that you will follow me there as well. But this is still tentative. I will make an official announcement if I decide to take on this new project. Stay tuned… 😊
And with Owl’s A to Z adventure, it is also coming to an end. Today, Y is for yawn which is self-explanatory and continues here:
Owl rests on his favorite tree.
He thinks about his day’s adventures.
He learned about shapes, colors, and counting.
He even unlocked a mystery.
He grows sleepy and begins to yawn.
Here is a recap of his letters so far:
[X] Marks The Spot
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