In the Micro Maps community (https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/100219562385457429873) I've contributed regularly to #micromapmonday - but I haven't posted the drawings to my blog (and whatever its audience is). So here's the first of potentially regular postings of my contributions.
For #micromapmonday - The Lair of the Werebats - part 5: (Detail of one of the concealed entrances.) Inside the summit of Smoke Lake Mountain are a number of natural and handmade entrances to the Underearth beneath. Most are concealed from direct view by vegetation or cunning rearrangement of the surrounding rock. Near one is a small raised area of rock bearing what appears to be a single dead tree trunk. That trunk has been magicked so that when a particular branch is blown, like a flute, an ultrasonic alarm sounds across the lake and into the forests beyond, summoning the Werebats to defend their lair.