El Chupacabra, the goat sucker. Or, in the context of this shirt, the goat sucker-sucker. Or maybe even the chupa-chups-acabra, if you're familiar with that particular brand of lollipop.
Pushed, bit and clawed to get back some of my mojo, which, when it came to shirts, I don't feel like I ever really had. I just got lucky when things occasionally flowed together, but after taking several weeks off (then dumping whatever poured out of my stylus) and doing some reading and observing, I adjusted some things in my technique, hopefully to make them look less...awkward? I dunno, I look back on a lot of the designs I've submitted and, wow, I derped it up in some areas. Silly mistakes contributed to this, and hopefully I'll not be making those too much anymore, cuz I'm all wise now. But not really. Sorry for my dumb artsy rambling! :>
I was trying to do something that could be Halloween-appropriate but not really restricted to Halloween, so any aspiring cryptozoologist could point to your abdomen and have a hearty chuckle at the double meaning. Besides, who doesn't like el chupacabra? Well, except for Daryl Dixon.
Six colors on asphalt!