The Making of the Untold Tale of Little Red Riding Hood

After reading a few original Little Red Riding Hood stories (which I won’t link to here as I do not condone violence nor death by consumption).

 I had to exonerate the Wolf who I knew had gotten a bad rap because I know about “wild life” and wolves are no exception:

  • Wolves do not eat people whole like a boa constrictor.
  • Wolves never eat little girls because they prefer their meat well-done and chewy.  (Grandma’s might qualify)
  • If they did eat little girls they would never eat one wearing a red cape because they are environmentalists and prefer green.
  • And lastly Wolves NEVER dine alone

First, I wrote the REAL story. Click here to read the story

Second, I sketched out a story-board

Little Red Riding Hood, The Untold Story story-board

Little Red Riding Hood, The Untold Story story-board

Third, I drew a few wolves

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Pencil drawing with dominant hand

Drawing with non-dominant hand

Pencil drawing with non-dominant hand

Fourth, I drew some more wolves, experimenting with different techniques

Oil pastel on acrylic undercoat

Oil pastel on acrylic undercoat

 

Scratching into acrylic pain on an oil pastel undercoat

Scratching into acrylic pain on an oil pastel undercoat

Oil pastel

Oil pastel

 

I didn’t know what to do next so I uploaded the story HERE.

 

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