The mile, epilogue
I had an unexpected amount of fun doing the The mile series. There is a whole lot of free-for-grabs images out there, and even if the ones you find doesn't match your vision exactly (though some of them do!), it's a good exercise to adjust your vision to what is available. In some cases, the result even is an improvement over the original idea.
In this case, I chose to mimic parts of @littlefears' workflow, as he's been very open with how he create his works. (If you don't follow him yet, do that! He's much better at this kind of stuff, anyway.) I did it pretty much not at all his way, moving much physical work into the digital realm. It was fun, though, and gave me a few insights about things I hadn't considered before. The amount of work put into each image varies, the one I put the most work into is probably number 4, where the asses stood too far apart to be put in a square. The attentive reader will notice that the ass on the right is shaved, as I felt it was too much work blending its whiskers onto the left ass. Good enough. For number 6, well, I have no idea how to draw a convincing vampire; I did some kind of flying devil instead. I would have loved to use something like the black cat audition candidates for number 7, but it's safe to assume that those photos aren't free. I copied a cat of my own creation instead, and I'd say that worked out fine, too.
Some of the puns have additional layers to them, and working those into the short stories was interesting. I did learn a few things I didn't know before.
For the record: I would never manage to do six of these per day.