What's this? There is something wedged between the roots of this tree.. You see a dusty book with an old leather cover, bound with once-golden clasps that have faded to a dull grey over time. You pick the album up, and open it to reveal the first page. It is filled with old clippings and pictures, with handwritten captions in a loopy cursive font...
Fantastic Otter sent in by Jaymee. The neon green background was definitely a bold choice, but it certainly helps the dark head of the otter stand out.
A lovely portrayal of NebulaNight's character by Snowyclaw. The lighting and shading help give it a mysterious atmosphere. Nonetheless, the character seems curious to explore more of this dark place.
A peculiar piece sent in by Katnissthewolf. The character is covered in spots and bears a worn, eyepatch, and moon necklace. It is surrounded with a purple and blue neon background, which gives the impression that the character is moving quickly.
The cold expressionless face of the character paired with the morose blues of the background is enough to send chills up your spine - a nice effect! Artwork by Coldwing.
An absolutely lovely kangaroo portrait by Fauna Cleverjoy. She certainly seems happy, with that wide grin of hers!
A powerful Spirit Wolf by Sydney. The dark background was a great choice for this glowing, winged creature.
Some cute artwork from Akirathefurry/Lemon-Dog! The starry sky compliments the character well, and the wisp trailing behind it is a very nice, easy-on-the-eye type of purple.
What could Snowy possibly be staring at in this piece? The Man in the Moon... er.. The Mira in the Moon? Awesome art by Shiverbreeze! I love the fluffy texture used on both Snowyclaw and on the Mira.
A grey arctic wolf which wears a top hat and a colorful spiked collar, in a simplistic red and tealish green background. It's got some lovely linework with the tophat and collar. These items can be difficult to draw, but Lovelylittelgirl pulled it off very well!
A tough-looking Cobalt Dragon by Lucy Kate! The bright green spikes are well contrasted with its dark blue scales, allowing the viewer to take in this dangerous, but beautiful beast.
You close the book, stopping to wonder: who could've written this? Out of the corner of your eye, you swear saw a purple blur of a bunny rush by. Hmm.