Okay after a long hiatus, I've decided to get Sketched Out Monday back into swing. Now I know you're saying that it is Tuesday...well since I just decided this moments ago...and I didn't want to wait another 6 days to post...you get it on Tuesday.
So today I offer you a couple of images from my Maui trip at the beginning of the year. This first dude is what I call:
For those who don't know what a Menehune, they are basically Hawaiian leprechauns or fairies who live deep in the forest away from human sight. It is also said that if they start something they have to finish it in one night (elves and cobbler). For the most part they are benevolent...but once in awhile...you get someone like the guy above.
He's the god of fertility, harvest and rainfall. Like most Hawaiian tiki images, they are often more benevolent than they look.