Bo the Bear. Nothing seems to cheer him up.
When Bo was a cub, he and his mother were chased by
dark creatures that came from the stars--large heavy creatures with armor that gleamed like silver. As they ran and ran through the woods, they came upon a massive tree, and begged for King Peacock's protection. King Peacock, being a compassionate king, quickly opened the gates of the tree and let the two Ursas in. This tree Stood tall and silent, like it guarded a secret.
As Bo and his mother were crawling through the roots, little Bo fell through a crack on the ground. He fell into a pond under the tree. Little did he know it was
the water that kept this tree alive. And so this pond gave endless
life to Bo, and endless strength. When Bo the Bear woke up and climbed
out he could not find his mother. Bo looked and looked for her, but could not find her. Different stars spread across the sky than he remembered, but he kept searching and searching. And so Bo wanders the woods eternally
searching for his mother. Occasionally he comes across creatures
in need of help and company, and Bo protects them. In his search for his
Mother, Bo has made many many friends. And when they all hug him, Bo
Becomes happy, because he feels the embrace of his mother, who
watches over him. Poor old Bo, nothing seems to cheer him up.
Another addition to the pillow collection for Watson Productions.
All the pillows I will be designing with them are connected in plot and focus, and can range in colors and styles.
More will come!