"The Testing of Paul Atreides"
My submission for the BiWeeklyChallenge blog, the theme this time around was Science Fiction, and I chose to do a piece related to one of my favorite books, “Dune” by Frank Herbert.
Hi there followers of my Regular Blog!
Thought I’d show you all my latest piece that’s up on my art blog!
I am very pleased that this was what I managed to break my art block with, and I hope you all like it as well.
If you want to see more of my art blog, click HERE!
A sneak peek of my latest project… with luck it will be done in the next few days….!
Been wanting to do a “Dune”-themed thing for a while now.
New followers, if you aren’t already, head on over to my art blog and check it out!
"Irish folklorist and dramatist Lady Augusta Gregory penned some of the most memorable and timeless retellings of tales from Irish mythology. Recently, the Folio Society — makers of such exquisitely crafted books as The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook illustrated by Natacha Ledwidge– resurrected Lady Gregory’s tales in a lavish slip-case edition of Irish Myths and Legends (public library) featuring stunning art by Brooklyn-based illustrator and cartoonist Jillian Tamaki.”
- from brainpickings.org
Halloween Icons Part 2 -
Disney Villains…as Princesses
"No one wears this dress like Gaston!"
In case you haven´t seen Scar in the mixed set :)
(He breaks the princess rule, i know.. but i found the idea way to funny)
*has been laughing for the last hundred years*
Facilier and Jafar are my favvveesss
This is perfect
Posting this here rather than my art blog because while it’s no artistic feat I still had a chuckle at it and thought others might too. :)
If you’re interested in checking out my art blog, it can be found here :)
It seems like whenever I go to create something recently, I start out really strong…. and then a few days later my interest fizzles to near nonexistence. I’ve never really encountered this problem before, so I don’t know what to do for it.
I’ve had periods where I needed a break, this is not one of those times. I actually am bursting with ideas…that I can’t even managed to bring to completion.
I HAVE lost interest in pieces before but not every piece consistently.
I haven’t felt this disinterested in anything in a long time and it is really unsettling because I know that with each passing day that nothing happens, everything that I have worked so hard to build will begin to fade away like a morning fog.
Art is the only thing I am good at and aside from half-assed little studies I can’t make myself do it. It’s heartbreaking because without this I am nothing and I’m not really much of anything to begin with.
Hey so I finished that comic. (Except for the cover. That is still being painted, ha ha ha.) I had/still have no idea what I was/am doing, but it’s done and that’s what matters to me right now.
I know of at least a handful of actual Comic People who follow me - if you guys have any suggestions as to type placement, I’d certainly welcome it.
I would like to formally apologize to anyone and everyone whose passion and/or living is comics.
I have no apologies to make for my Gross Fangirl Emotions, though.
jENNA MOTHERFUCKING KASS OMG
I made a piece for Julie Dillon’s Catalogue of Merfolk challenge.
This was an interesting thing to make, because it didn’t go anything like how I wanted it to go. But I think despite these difficulties it came out decent.
I made an anglerfish mermaid! Anglerfish are my favorites and they don’t get nearly enough love in my opinion. Plus it was another reason to make glowy things!
I hope you like it!
EXCUSE ME WHILE I HYPERVENTILATE
sabriel by clockwork-madness
I found my art in the Old Kingdom tag! :’D Everyone who likes this, I encourage you to go follow my art tumblr, which can be found HERE!!!
Hey guys, just a reminder that I have a Society6 account that I sell prints from. If you’re interested in any of the works you see here, go check it out~
And if there’s something you like you don’t see there, message me about it and I’ll put it up for you :)
~*Shameless Self Promotion Time*~
Check out my new piece!
Howard Pyle’s Book of Pirates is WELL worth the time to read!
Interesting Trivia: Johnny Depp & Gore Verbinski kept a copy of that book on set during the filming of Pirates of the Caribbean. Look at the outfits. They look familiar, don’t they? There’s a reason.
Herbert James Draper - The Lament for Icarus (1898)