Tom Fowler draws Vlad the Impaler or some such proto-vampire for Comic Twart. Added color from the great Jordie Bellaire.
I am finally moving to Brooklyn!
Needless to say, money is going to be tight, so if anyone wants some great art please let me know!
Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Tarot [2008 - canceled]
78-card deck, instruction pamphlet, 64-page softcover book, in reclosable box with magnetic closure
Lost hundreds of years ago, the Slayer’s tarot is an important artifact from Slayer history that came into existence after a group of women shared a vision of a rogue Slayer who would love a vampire, and who would be aided in her fight against evil by a group of mystical allies. The heretical prophecy led to the suppression of the deck by the Watcher’s Council.
Writer: Rachel Pollack; Artist: Paul Lee.
broke in a new tiny sketchbook today! I might make something bigger out of the bottom one at some point. I really want to get back into putting full, detailed environments into my work. I’m rusty, and that’s just terrible.
sunset over gowanus 1
I’m not sure if these would be considered selkies. I just felt like drawing seal-mermaids… imagine how cuddly they would be j_j
One does not simply walk into the Magic Kingdom.
New serie of Magical Girls : Organic vs Bionic.
I can’t tell if I’m gonna make a lot of them.
Maybe just these two - I don’t know.
I have been consumed by shape shifting dragons.
Flight Rising is making me develop a specific style, so at least some good is coming from it.
2 different illustrations from different times, both for Education Week! With thanks to my art director Vanessa Solis.
Although they’re in different styles, with both of these I tried to be a little looser with my marks—I give into perfectionistic tendencies way too often, it’s time to dial it back a bit. (or at least try)
An assignment for Advanced Digital! We were supposed to make a gif portrait of a historical figure. I chose Julie d’Aubigny, 17th century swordsmaster and opera singer, responsible for the deaths of at least ten men in duels, and openly bisexual. After her lover was placed into a convent by the girl’s parents, d’Aubigny took the vows to enter the convent as a novice, then rescued her lover and set the convent on fire to cover their escape. Dang.
Give me 50 hollywood biopics.
This has been a long winter and I look forward to the cicadas this summer. sidenote: an upright triangle is the symbol of fire.
Silver Tongues by Amy Earles, pencils