This is another cover illustration for Bolthy, for his short story collection (that featured three stories of completely different tone and genre!).
Hey! I don’t usually write stuff, but this is super-important to me. My girlfriend is an artist who makes monsters, creepy creatures, stitchy jewelry, and all sorts of things with feathers and bones—if you’re into that kind of stuff, go check out her Patreon page, where you can support her for only $1 a month and get all sorts of cool drawings and trinkets MADE BY HER in exchange.
You also get access to her Patreon feed if you do, which means you get to see cool stuff about her art process, get sneak-peaks at her new projects, and even learn how to make paper look eerily like human flesh.
Reblogs help too. ♥ Thank you very much for looking!
Working in animation, video games and comics, i encounter this questions more than I’d like to. I was surprised how so many people don’t have a clue, and its a very sincere and valid question, because education doesn’t make people understand each other naturally.
Thank you for reading, I hope its useful.
Just wanna draw creepy girls forever.
Just a little bustime sketch I actually liked. Ophelia has always been one of my favorite Shakespearean characters, so I’d love to do something more than this sometime.
I’ve been making some more jewelry! They aren’t perfect, but it was a good learning experience.
I just finished the first draft of my dumb vampire story. About time!
Cthulhu Mythos tales from the people of the Miskatonic Valley.
It occurred to me that I should probably say something here!
The Mad Scientist Journal that I regularly illustrate for is pulling together an anthology of short tales set in the Lovecraftian Miskatonic Valley, and running a Kickstarter for it! I did the cover art painting, so I’m extra excited about this.
Please check it out, and spread it around to anyone who might have an interest in the weird and paranormal.
—Insert spooky ghosty noises of thanks here.
I’m also involved in this project! Please check this out if you like creepy, Lovecraftian stuff. :}
Sure am doodling my vampire-hunting OCs and quoting Florence + the Machine lyrics.
Field notes from my bus rides. Three creatures one is likely to encounter out in the transit wilds: the Scribblers, Apathy, and sometimes Fairies.
A little in-progress preview of my latest commission.
Some days I stop, lean back, and go, “This is what I’m doing with my art degree.” More to-be jewelry.
I wrote up a quick story about a hedgehog who refuses his friends’ offers to go have adventures and instead stays indoors all day. Someday I’d like to properly illustrate this guy, since it’s so cute.
This was another illustration for MSJ, depicting a very rich man getting a very intimidating letter. The story is called “Hemingway at Work”, check it out!
Doodled some masks. Spooky!