Tsurara onna

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Greetings yokai fans!

Tonight I bring you the last yokai of January, the icicle woman tsurara onna!

She really is a cool yokai, and I had a lot of fun painting on her. I based her appearance on the “fairies” of Suzuki Harunobu, so if you’re a fan of his woodblock prints maybe you will recognize a bit of influence in this one.

Patreon tells me that it will start charging everyone soon, so be on the lookout for that. If you’re getting a postcard, double check your address to make sure it is up to date! If you are getting a print and have any preference over which one you get, now’s the time to let me know! Otherwise, I will surprise you with on I think you’ll like. 🙂

Next month we’ll have two very cool yokai suggested by you guys, and I will be working on getting the tag cloud fleshed out and up and running, to make sure it is useful to everyone.

Enjoy tonight’s yokai, and stay warm!

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