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fyodorpavlov:

fyodorpavlov:

Both of these witches are available as prints in my Society6 shop. And they are both still available as cute Halloween cards, too!

Society6 is having a free shipping promotion until October 12th, the day after my birthday! So go get yourself something nice!

Today’s October20, and I just got a notice from Society6 that free shipping is on now!

That’s right, darlings, free worldwide shipping today! Get on it!

Just ordered some cute stickers of these nerds! I’ll put them up for sale in the shop once they arrive.

lapuslazulli asked: I am in love with your Gentleman's Gentleman comic is beautifully erotic! Are any copies for sale and if so where can I buy one? :)

Thank you! Gentleman’s Gentlman was collected in the Queerotica anthology, which had a limited run and is now out of stock. But you can still get digital copies here.

Our next Dr. Sketchy’s session is coming up!

Join hands with your host Suffra Gent to go beyond the veil as our intrepid medium Cassandra Rosebeetle and her spirit guide Mae Dare pass through the cellar of Casa Mezcal. Perhaps we can reach that poor deceased alligator they’ve got on the wall.

Don your best Victorian mourning attire, ghostly shift or undertaker frock coat to please our spirits and for a chance to win a fabulous prize!

Your sponsors for this session are Squishable.comDellamorte & Co.,Fyodor Pavlov ArtBlick Art Materials - New York City and Pond5.

Session runs from 4-7 pm. Please bring your own art supplies. No spirit photography allowed.

Casa Mezcal (Botanic Lab downstairs), 86 Orchard Street.

Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at the door. Purchase ticket: http://www.drsketchy.com/branch/newyork

Speaking of Sherlock Holmes, guess what amazing things just went on sale at the dellamorteco Etsy shop??

But what if I made a Sherlock Holmes paper doll with different disguises?

Ezekiel Jones, a man who was violently killed in Louisiana in the 19th century, and rose to reap after dying. He too comes to Salvation.

I had an absolutely lovely and spoiled birthday weekend. Lawrence, Kelsey and Drew managed to get me out of the house for a rainy walk in the park, brunch and a lecture on gender representation of saints in Medieval art, and forced me to relax while preparations for the party were underway. Champagne and lingerie may be my favorite theme yet. Everyone was giggly on sparkling wine, looked lovely, and the evening ended salon-style with impromptu performances. It was perfect.

tall-dark-and-gisborne asked: Hi! You just have to draw some Oscar Wilde stuff. Oscar and Robbie together for example. And I'm waiting two years already for you to draw something considering Maurice novel/film. Have a nice day!

WHY WAIT!

fyodorpavlov:

Look for these two assholes tomorrow at the Geeks Out booth in the Exhibitors Hall at NYCC from 4-7 PM, booth 1575! I’ll have some cards and naughty prints! Also, the day after tomorrow is my birthday. So you HAVE to come say hi.

(Photo by Adrian Buckmaster.)

Reblogging for the day walkers! Come find me at NYCC today!

Look for these two assholes tomorrow at the Geeks Out booth in the Exhibitors Hall at NYCC from 4-7 PM, booth 1575! I’ll have some cards and naughty prints! Also, the day after tomorrow is my birthday. So you HAVE to come say hi.

(Photo by Adrian Buckmaster.)

Fun Hannibal-inspired tattoo that I got to design for a patron! All I could think of while working was terrible food related puns.

So, it goes without saying, but please do not remove the accompanying text or the watermark when re-blogging, do not re-post, and please do not use this as a tattoo template for yourself.

fyodorpavlov:

Both of these witches are available as prints in my Society6 shop. And they are both still available as cute Halloween cards, too!

Society6 is having a free shipping promotion until October 12th, the day after my birthday! So go get yourself something nice!

The Order of Phebe coven made their annual Witch Camp trip up the Hudson last Sunday, and I already want to go back.

I’ve been reaching that point where I spend a lot of time working either on commissions or Bash Back, and neglecting any kind of pointless, fun sketching. So I’ve been trying to make time to do relaxing drawing just for me in my sketchbook, and not feel too guilty about it. 

The result - Lila Skinner the witch, her demon familiar Belial and Hank Lewis the monster hunting woodsman from Salvation, Kentucky ca. 1954, from some stories I’m writing with lawrencegullo and zforzelma.