spider girl does what spider girl can

Completed concept art for hfar of the chapter 11 Thera.

And giveaway for Farex from Kite.

next is the magical girl chiri chan which is already scripted. I can draw many of the panels safely on twitch so it’ll be the topic on wednesday’s stream. but not friday’s stream. Friday will likely be a nier automata tribute of some kind.


16 Responses to Spiiiider cuddle

  1. Hfar says:

    “Spider girl does what spider girl can.”

    Spins a dress any size
    Gives out hugs by surprise!
    Look out! Here comes the spider giiiiiirl!

  2. Moatl says:

    Therapie is back?

  3. Moatl says:

    Thera… dam mobile.

    • Hfar says:

      I dunno. “Therapie” kind of works on multiple levels when you think about it.

      One can consider Thera a cutie pie so “Therapie” works as an endearment, and she’s a good listener so if you need some therapy you can get some from “Therapie.”

  4. the14th says:

    I dunno why, but I always liked DT’s version of driders. Probably partially because they are so different from the D&D ones, though more than a bit probably is owed to the Kern’n’Kite style.

    • Basileus_Ioannis says:

      So agree! Fat fuzzy legs are cute, and bent instead of spread out is less threatening (like Waes’ white lap spider, or when Naal was feeding a potato bug to her backpack spider). The all-too-realistic pic of a drider in the 3.5 edition of Monster Manual makes me uncomfortable (I haz spider issues). But Mau’s dancing spider isn’t bad, even though it’s a real spider (because the way it moves, its colors, and how its upraised legs look like tiny maracas make it look cute…sorta) ^_^;

      • Kern says:

        i agree, Mau makes the best spider. We can all only try to reach her level!

        • Basileus_Ioannis says:

          Nuuu, one real spider is enough! o_O And I forgot to mention Banjax, who eclipses that one Imperial Guard drider in supreme bada$$edness already for protecting Naal-de-fay ^^

  5. Greenwood Goat says:

    The Kiss (and Hug and Cutie-Discounted Clothing) of the Spider Woman!

    “Will you walk into my clothes shop,” said the drider to the child,
    “‘Tis the cutest little clothes shop, with garments high ’tis piled,
    My trade is made-to-measure, I do it with great care,
    But there is much that’s off the peg to try on while you’re there.”

    “Oh no, no,” said the little child, “to ask me is in vain,
    For kids who go to try your clothes scarce wriggle free again!”