I made a couple coloring book pages and put them on Etsy to download I don’t know if I’m doing this right but here they are and they are squiggly ALL THE SQUIGGLY BITS
Category Archives: Art
Actually, what happened was that I stumbled into a bead sale while trying to get supplies to fix a necklace of mine that broke, and possibly went a little overboard, because SATURATED COLORS and TEXTURES and…um….yeah. So then I had to DO something with the beads, and I was like “gotta make my own pendants, […]
Apparitions! He was so tired of all these damnable apparitions! Inspired by the work of Gorey & Don Kenn, trying to figure out if I could get that pen-and-ink effect with my iPad…
I very rarely check my Amazon reviews–better for my mental health if I don’t!–but I had to check a thing on The Raven & The Reindeer, and noticed that there was a one-star review on it. And curiosity…well, y’know. Predictably, they were very angry about lesbians. (Actually, they accused me of writing fairy-tale slash fic, […]
Fooling around with Art Deco-ish kinda stuff. Prints will be available at Anthrocon!
This book does not really exist, and is unlikely to do so, so let’s get that out of the way. Having realized that I will probably be randomly self-publishing things for many years to come, I finally decided that I need to address one of the glaring holes in my artistic skillset–graphic design. I’m not […]
It is a faith of small, consistent miracles, damp soil, and hard work. Also worms. Worms are in there somehow. We haven’t worked all the details out yet.
Okay! So people have been asking for a book of all these little journal entries, and I have put one together over on Blurb. (There’s also some photos and a little blathering and whatnot.) Here’s the thing…it’s POD, it’s a photobook, full color, the print quality is extremely high, and also it is ridiculously expensive. […]
One of my first serious experiments with the Procreate iPad app. In some ways, it handles very complex images better than dashing off quick doodles. But anyway, festive cabbages and a happy new year! Thank you all for being who you are, since it allows me to be who I am, and that’s pretty cool. […]
I couldn’t resist one more. (Tomorrow, hamsters. Really!) I decided to try to do something similar to the other two woodblock-homages, this time with animals instead of a landscape (or maybe with hippos, the trick is that animals ARE the landscape.) This is an African Jacana, which I really did see standing on top of […]