Chapter 1166: Drawing in the Rain (1)
The entire family headed out. Bai Qingqing was carried by Curtis, and, after counting, she realized that there were now nine members in the family. She suddenly felt a little surprised.
She had arrived in the beastmen world by herself in the beginning, but now she was a member of a big family. In addition to the 19 baby snakes roaming outside, the family size would be even bigger.
Bai Qingqing buried her face into Curtis’s arms, not daring to look straight at this family.
The Chinese wisteria flowers were still blooming. It had rained in the morning and every little flower looked dainty and pretty, with dark or light purple spots amidst the sea of flowers. It was like a colorful painting.
Just one look caused one to become immersed in the beautiful scenery.
Bai Qingqing let out a sigh. “I can finally draw it!”
Curtis rubbed her head and said dotingly, “Then, you’ll have to be fast. The weather won’t be clear for long today.”
“Huh?” Bai Qingqing felt like she had been drenched with a bucket of cold water and looked unhappily at him, asking, “When will it rain?”
Curtis looked at the sky, then flicked out his tongue, saying, “Probably at noon.”
There were about three to four hours, then. It was still acceptable for Bai Qingqing. She inhaled deeply and jumped out from his embrace, loudly crying to encourage herself.
The first step was to choose the scene. This stretch of Chinese wisteria forest was beautiful everywhere. Bai Qingqing had a hard time choosing.
Muir took off his tree bark skirt, turned into an eagle, and flew to Bai Qingqing, stretching out one of his wings toward her.
Bai Qingqing said happily, “That’s right, the view will definitely be even better from the sky.”
A hint of a smile flashed in Muir’s eyes. After Bai Qingqing climbed onto his back, he spread his wings and flew.
After flying one round in the sky, Bai Qingqing finally found the perspective she was the most satisfied with.
However, it wouldn’t work to sit on Muir’s back. Firstly, it wasn’t stable enough. Secondly, Muir’s stamina was spent too quickly.
Bai Qingqing looked around and was about to look for a tree trunk with fewer branches where she could sit down and draw when Parker’s head popped out from the tree crown.
“Howl!” Parker replied, turned into his human form, tr.i.m.m.i.n.g and binding away on the tree trunk. Not long later, a small and beautiful hut appeared amidst the tree crown.
The small hut was primarily made from branches, supported by Chinese wisteria flower vines, and decorated by tender flowers amidst the lush green leaves. The entranceway looked extravagant and beautiful, like the flower gate often used for weddings, but more beautiful and complete. It was an entire thing and not just a door.
If the flower gate used during weddings in the modern world was meant to create a fairytale-like romantic effect, then this house could be said to have an actual fairy-tale ambiance.
Bai Qingqing looked at it and suddenly had a greater urge to draw a small hut.
This place really… had beautiful sceneries everywhere!
Forget it. She should draw the sea of flowers first. She could draw the hut next time.
She patted Muir’s back and he immediately flew toward the flower hut, carefully darting into it and landing on the vine-woven floor.
The vine hut shook and, with a rustling sound, water droplets were shaken down from the leaves on top of them, causing a small drizzle to fall on them.
“Oh my!” Bai Qingqing s.h.i.+elded her head with her hand and pouted prettily as she said, “Be careful!”
Muir’s action instantly became even more gentle. He slowly spread his wings, allowing her to slide down from his body.
Bai Qingqing walked to the edge of the hut, looked at the beautiful scenery outside, and nodded in satisfaction. “En, very good. I’ll draw here.”
Parker walked over to her side excitedly. “It’s good that you like it.”