Sugar Skull Dew

I have to admit, Dew is probably my favorite Squire to draw. She hasn’t had the chance to shine much yet, but I adore her. She loves her job, she loves her powers and she will never, ever back down from a fight.

If you want to know how I colored her, the process is available on Patreon for anyone who donates $5.00 USD or more per month.

Sugar Skull Blaze

Since I was a little girl, I’ve loved Sugar Skulls. I remember mom buying the biggest, most decorated one for our altar for Great Grandpa Manuel, and that it would last for DAYS if I took it later to school, even sharing it with my classmates. But I really didn’t like eating it as much as looking at it. The decorations always made me smile and wonder how they were made.

Two years ago, I made a series of some characters as sugar skulls. It was REALLY fun. But that was two years ago, and now I thought… why not give the Elemental Squires of Dream Keeper Robin a chance? So here we are with the first one, Blaze, the passionate squire of Fire.

Sugar Skull Horsemen

The horsemen of the Apocalypse, Hunger, Famine, Pestilence and War.

They were supposed to be supporting characters in Writer┬┤s Block, but they’re so fun to draw (And, I guess given Mandi’s scripts, to write) that they started to appear more and more so now they’re sometimes shown more often than the actual main characters.

These were some of the very first color illustrations I made of them. They were made individually, for last year’s Day of the Death. It started with Thanatos, because, of course Thanatos would look amazing as a Catrin, then Carmen (who had been already established as LOVING Mexico and Mexican food), then Mahlon who was still finding his personality, and finally Janna whose white hair sometimes is a challenge to draw.

These images can be bought as bookmarks in our site, and pretty soon we will also have the print for sale too.