For my Halloween pic this year, I’m introducing two new characters in the ghost girls you all saw before. I didn’t want to completely leave out all of my other spooky OC ladies, though, so I’m doing this pic of Sophia Huesos that’ll post publicly on November 2nd for Día de los Muertos (since that’s the source of her inspiration, anyway). This is the first time I’ve ever drawn Sophia’s breasts, since they were covered up in her previous two appearances, and I want to thank Anya Lykke for the idea to give her spider web designs around her nipples.
For the past two years, I’ve done little pictures featuring some of my original Halloween-themed characters. I really enjoy coming up with new characters every year, and I’d like to try and do some more OC stuff here and there. I know you guys don’t always like when I stray from characters you already know, but I enjoy it. This year my good friend Anya Lykke helped me come up with the new character.
For those who haven’t met these characters yet, let me do a little explaining. Starting on the far right, the grey girl with the orange hair. Her name is Lillian L’Orange, and she’s an old, old character of mine. I first drew her back in high school for a Halloween pic on my DeviantArt, and when I started up this blog I decided to bring her back. She’s sort of a spirit of Halloween, a cute little hellspawn who embodies the fun and mischief of the holiday. She freakin’ loves candy.
Next is the girl with Lillian’s fingers in her pussy, the cute witch Adeline Fortuna. She was created for the 2014 Halloween pic. Adeline’s your typical witch, flying around on a broomstick and casting spells on people. She enjoys harmless pranks, but is also known to let her emotions get the best of her. When she sees someone who’s down on their luck, she can’t help but cast a good luck charm on them. Every now and then she spies a particularly lonely person and cheers them up with a nice blowjob or some cunnilingus, depending on the lucky soul’s anatomy. 😉
The third girl, lying on her back, is Sophia Huesos. If Lillian is the incarnation of Halloween, then Sophia is the incarnation of Día de los Muertos. She likes to come out and play a few days early after befriending Lillian and Adeline in last year’s pic. She loves parties and parades, and is real big on decorating and such. She doesn’t always approve of Lillian’s mischievous ways, and will try to reign her in if her pranks get too mean-spirited.
Finally, the new girl is Kamas Hat-hor-het-aei. In ancient Egypt she was a respected ruler, until a mishap with some dark magic turned her part cat. She was still honored on her death and mummified, but the same magic that transformed her brought her to life anew as a powerful mummy. Lost and confused, she was found by Adeline, who happily brought her into the fold with Lillian and Sophia. She has a lot to catch up on in this new modern world, but at least she has some friends to show her the way. First, the four of them are celebrating Halloween in the best way possible, with a lesbian orgy.
I still plan to introduce a new character next year, though I don’t know if I want to do another pic with all of them in it. Five characters will be a lot, especially with the amount of detail Sophia and Kamas both require. I might try doing a series of solo pics, or pairing them up… I’ll have to wait and see how I feel next year. In the meantime, I hope you guys enjoy this picture and all have a safe and fun Halloween.
Last year I did a special Halloween pic featuring two original characters. At the time I hinted that I would like to introduce new spooky girls every year, and this year I decided to follow up on that with this picture. Our Halloween cast began with Lillian L’Orange, a character I first drew back when I was in school on my DeviantArt, and the cute little witch Adeline Fortuna. They’re joined now by Sophia Huesos, and here we see them giving her a warm Halloween welcome.
I was running through monster types in my head, trying to decide what to do this year. I have a lot of ideas, and fully expect to introduce a new girl next year, and I had a fun thought with the skeleton. Obviously I couldn’t just draw a skeleton (or even a skeleton in a wig) and expect anyone to find her sexy. However, I started thinking about maybe a chalk white, skin-and-bones type girl with a Día de los Muertos look. I was partially inspired to this by the appearance of Death in the Deadpool game, where they sexified a character who had previously just been a skeleton in much the same way.
I toyed with the idea of making her bald to drive the skeleton idea home, but while researching Día de los Muertos makeups I kept seeing girls with this black bob-type hair with roses. I thought it was a really cute look, so I adopted it into Sophia’s design. I hope you guys like her!