I've been working for a while on the dragons from Chinese folklore. Here's a picture of some of my sketches. - E. Kourelis
Here is one more sketch of the fairies- this one from Tracy, the other from Erin.
What is a Scottish fairy?
Fairies in Scotland are "the human form divine" but in miniature (MacGregor, A.). They shoot fairy arrows called "saighdean sithe," which have barbed, yellow flint arrowheads. There are detailed descriptions in Alexander MacGregor's "Highland Superstitions." The original text from MacGregor can be found in the 3rd volume of The Celtic Magazine, from the 1870s.
Here's another sketch of Saci. (This one is from Erin, the other one is from Tracy.) Saci is basically the one who does all of the minor mischief in the house when no one is looking- like mixing everything in the silverware drawer, or riling up the animals in the barn. He's usually wearing a red hat and appears from a dust-devil.
Who is Saci?
Saci is an impish boy with a missing leg. He's from the folk stories of Brazil, a story brought to Brazil from African slaves. According to his stories (see the writings of Monteiro Lobato (in Portuguese). Giant thank-you to Tracy who introduced Saci at the October monthly meeting and translated some of Lobato's stories about Saci :)