Gegege no Blog
candyrag:

Ge Ge GEGEGE NO GE!
Gotta love the Japanese Cartoon Style, Three minutes into this anime and already drew this … I gotta do more of this, I love how this poorly made sketch came out!!!! Maybe a serious one someday soon~
-Candyrag

candyrag:

Ge Ge GEGEGE NO GE!

Gotta love the Japanese Cartoon Style, Three minutes into this anime and already drew this … I gotta do more of this, I love how this poorly made sketch came out!!!! Maybe a serious one someday soon~

-Candyrag

curlyconundrum:

It’s that time of the year to draw my ghouly baby boy

curlyconundrum:

It’s that time of the year to draw my ghouly baby boy

Upstairs at Kitaro’s: Mini monster peepshow
Exert from Pink Tentacle:

Several yōkai (Japanese folk monsters) inhabit the upstairs closet at the Kitarō Chaya teahouse in Chōfu (Tōkyō). Visible through peepholes in the door, these traditional monsters — which are based on old folktales from across Japan — appear in the popular GeGeGe no Kitarō manga/anime by Shigeru Mizuki, a long-time resident of Chōfu. (Click the [+] to enlarge each image.)
[…]
The Tsuchigumo is a large blood-sucking spider sometimes found under the floorboards of old houses. Details about this creature vary from tale to tale, and some theories suggest the monster’s origins can be traced back to the exaggerated and embellished stories of encounters with mountain-dwelling people of ancient Japan, who were also referred to as “tsuchigumo” (lit. “ground spiders”). [More]

Full article: Upstairs at Kitaro’s: Mini Monster Peepshow
Read more about tsuchigumo on Yokai.com

Upstairs at Kitaro’s: Mini monster peepshow

Exert from Pink Tentacle:

Several yōkai (Japanese folk monsters) inhabit the upstairs closet at the Kitarō Chaya teahouse in Chōfu (Tōkyō). Visible through peepholes in the door, these traditional monsters — which are based on old folktales from across Japan — appear in the popular GeGeGe no Kitarō manga/anime by Shigeru Mizuki, a long-time resident of Chōfu. (Click the [+] to enlarge each image.)

[…]

The Tsuchigumo is a large blood-sucking spider sometimes found under the floorboards of old houses. Details about this creature vary from tale to tale, and some theories suggest the monster’s origins can be traced back to the exaggerated and embellished stories of encounters with mountain-dwelling people of ancient Japan, who were also referred to as “tsuchigumo” (lit. “ground spiders”). [More]

Full article: Upstairs at Kitaro’s: Mini Monster Peepshow

Read more about tsuchigumo on Yokai.com

it-is-dawn:

Inktober

# 5 : Gegege no Kitaro

# 6 : Dragalge

ichigo7:

最近のゆるキャラ #鳥取県 #境港市 #ゆるキャラ #すとべり  (水木しげるロード   Mizuki Shigeru Road・Mizuki Shigeru Museum)

ichigo7:

最近のゆるキャラ #鳥取県 #境港市 #ゆるキャラ #すとべり (水木しげるロード Mizuki Shigeru Road・Mizuki Shigeru Museum)

vintagemanga:

MIZUKI Shigeru (水木しげる ), Shisha no Maneki  / 死者の招き

vintagemanga:

MIZUKI Shigeru (水木しげる ), Shisha no Maneki / 死者の招き

syrup21g:

謎が解けたので作ってみました。 | まぁ、ゆるく。 - 楽天ブログ
curlyconundrum:

Neko-musume!
my 2nd Inktober drawing….I’m behind

curlyconundrum:

Neko-musume!

my 2nd Inktober drawing….I’m behind