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  Tuesday, September 14th, 2004 08:58 pm

(all ink,marker and brush)

In Chinese and Japanese folklore,foxes are revered as clever nature spirits.They are pranksters,but very wise.Sometimes,foxes (kitsune in Japanese) are in league with ghosts and some other night creatures —but seeing a fox usually brings good luck.
Now,black cats in some myths and legends from Europe are a bit similar and a bit different.Black cats are mysterious and practical critters,but very wise too.Usually,cats are companions and advisors for witches,and bring good and/or bad luck.

I really don't know what is the samurai kitsune thinking about his new friend,but sure was fun drawing this silly piece...

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Wednesday, September 15th, 2004 11:39 am (UTC)

qué bueno, se da un aire a Usagi Yojimbo