Trick or Treat: Little Change in the Background

Trick or Treat

This picture isn’t appropriate anymore, because the Halloween is over for this year, but I didn’t want to wait til next year. πŸ˜€

I didn’t like the previous background of this picture. You can see why. There were just some silly-looking bushes (now there are silly-looking bushes and some lights :D). I wanted the background look simple, but not that simple. I posted the picture too soon, when it was not ready. I did it, because I was in a rush and had so little time to finish it. But I so badly wanted to post it in the Halloween.

My main issue with the previous background, though, was that it was too green. Halloween takes place in the autumn. And in Estonia, where Kajsa and Kiko live, the nature changes in autumn. The leaves turn orange and yellow and brown, until on the Halloween, the nature suddenly looks like it’s a big pumpkin itself.

 

But, even if Halloween is over, then there’s no need to be sad. Because soon it’s Christmas! πŸ˜€ And if you didn’t know, then today it’s All Souls’ Day. Thus, I hope you have a beautiful and peaceful day (or evening, as in Estonia). πŸ™‚

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8 thoughts on “Trick or Treat: Little Change in the Background

  1. Wow! Your previous drawing was so good I didn’t notice the bushes were unusually green. This drawing is even better! Wow! Wow! I like “nature suddenly looks like it’s a big pumpkin itself”. Pumpkin nature here happens a bit before Halloween. Halloween looks like the edge of winter. Skeleton trees with the wind whispering “it will snow soon”. Thanks for posting your update this year. It’s super awesome! ❀

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    1. Sorry for the late reply. And thank you for your warm words. πŸ™‚
      Actually, if I come to think about it, then in Estonia the “most pumpkin” nature is also little bit before the Halloween, usually in the middle of the October. But it really depends how warm or cold the autumn is in the particular year. Even now, there are some really colourful trees out there. But yes, there are quite a many “skeleton trees” also, which gives to this time the little creepy look. πŸ™‚

      And as I can’t add comments below your pictures anymore (I read that you turned off the comments), I say here that I love your last drawings. πŸ™‚

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