More stuff from drinkndraw.
Made another club demon to go with the first one.
I am appropriately enraptured and horrified re: birds.
There are a lot of herons where I live and I usually bike out to see them do that crazy thing where they compress their long necks into their bodies and look like strange walking beans.
aphrika said: Hi! Your 'We will keep most of you safe' wtnv peice-available as print or even Tshirt? Really love the detail in this work. Thanks in advance! Great blog.
Hello! Thank you so much!
That piece is very tricky. I made it around the time that I both discovered Welcome To Night Vale and was reading a lot about surveillance in the United States. The two subjects naturally went very well together. It’s a homage to the former and an exploration of the latter, to be brief.
In some ways, it feels like personal work…but at the same time, since part of it is a WTNV homage, it is problematic. The WTNV creators frown upon selling any work having to do with their show, and I am not keen on stepping on their toes. So I think for now I will abstain from making the print available. Unless the creators of the show let me sell it through their show/site/name, I would feel uncomfortable doing otherwise.
Thank you for asking!
Things are much cleaner and generally easier to navigate, at least in my opinion. Thoughts? Concerns? Objections?
Sometimes I have dreams where I wait in a room until a figure brings me one of my (long dead) pets, and they sit with me for a while.
Edit: People have asked for prints. They are here.
Testing brushes, sketching concepts.
Goddesses, new and old.
Did some painting practice while waiting for the rain to let up. These are entirely from reference for the sake of practice.The photographer is you find the book here. If you have any reason to look at, paint, or even think about deserts, I highly recommend it.
Sigils and signs.
Platinum black update sometime tomorrow! (Later today, I haven’t slept yet so it’s still yesterday)
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