Day 7 Inktober – Dybbuk

I’d never heard of the Dybbuk from Jewish folklore, so this is one of the mythological creatures I got to learn about in this project which is such a bonus. ┬áThe Dybbuk is essentially a spirit that possesses someone to attempt to finalise something left unfinished in life. ┬áThe name suggests malice, but the spirits are simply the ghosts of people who have unfinished business in life, and they depart after they complete their task. I imagine being possessed by a ghost is pretty unwelcomed by most people.

This is part of the 2020 Inktober drawing challenge.

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