A gallery of these fun guys definitely won't bore you! Explore mushrooms neon and earthy, short and tall, cute and creepy.
Lots of rain = lots of mushrooms
I should have made the legs way longer.this creature, despite not having any arms,likes playing pranks on people for example turning your hair purple (if you have a headless head then you're going to grow a long purple beard regardless of gender)or even making your nose humongous,though it's easily frightened by anything,if a person spots it,it quickly runs away with it's long,two legs.they run very quickly.to this day this creature has never been captured by anyone.
I think I’m becoming obsessed with the whole rabbit hole thing.
Fungus, fungus, everywhere.
This is a mashup of art styles. I'm not even sure how to describe it. Started with the main mushroom that is outlined and then went crazy around it. Also experimented with water reflections a bit.
Drawing Prompt Submission
Specifically colorful magic mushrooms
Doodle in metallic ink on Coal black paper
Mushroom made on ink with the pointillism technique
sky colored mushrooms
Elves in this part of the forest are well known for their big appetite for Skarlet mushrooms.
So for the poor fungus ,evolution was one way road.
Just a little guy
Watercolour and pencil crayon on watercolour paper.
Da Mario Mushroom
Stuck in the 70s : )
Based on a fly agaric mushroom this groovy fungus is shaking out her spores.
Another installment in my mushroom headed people series. Based on a mushroom image my friend sent me.
Imagine if mushrooms where as tall as giants
The Ghosts who lives in the forest of mushrooms.
Spring is here, frog on a mushroom
Pencil and gel pen
Ink pen and Tombow markers on a coaster.
Charcoal on gessoed sketchbook paper
A mushroom with much room
The cat in this doodle is inspired by "The Beast" from a cartoon that ran when I was a kid. The abstract mushrooms are a slight deviation from my usual botanical abstracts.
Inktober 24: Mushroom