DONE! Record time, baby. Now on to more poster work! Sleep first, though. Maybe. I already almost forgot to eat.
Don’t forget to mark your calendars for D20 Burlesque’s OH MY GLOB Mathematical Burlesque show, August 24th! I’ll post the finished flyer with more details soon.
Portrait of the Moth King.
WIP of the portrait of a certain moth king.
Naughty commission finished. Only the client gets the full image! This was a fun one.
Illustration for Chapter 4 of G.D. Falksen’s first book in The Ouroboros Cycle, A Monster’s Coming of Age Story. This is another favorite. Riding dress, amirite?
If you’d like to see them all, as well as the illustrations of my husband, Lawrence Gullo, do pick up your own copy!
Illustration for Chapter 3 of G.D. Falksen’s first book in The Ouroboros Cycle, A Monster’s Coming of Age Story. If you’d like to see them all, as well as the illustrations of my husband, Lawrence Gullo, do pick up your own copy!
In the next few days I’m going to post a select few illustrations I did for G.D. Falksen’s first book in The Ouroboros Cycle last year. If you’d like to see them all, as well as the illustrations of my husband, Lawrence Gullo, do pick up your own copy!
This is the illustration for Chapter 1.
Post-Restoration Valliet II in an outfit stolen from Visconti’s Ludwig.
The notorious red pages seem to be taking this kind of abuse a bit better. Poppies, cocks and horns it is, I guess.
Somehow I don’t think they circumcise in hell.
Let there be poppies! Poppies and cocks! (Poppycocks?) All of my favorite things!
I was going through an old sketchbook and found this. I still really like him, so time to reblog some demon dicks I guess!
I just replenished the greeting card stock over at Baritarian Bazaar. The Victorian schoolboy supply is dwindling, so get them while you still can!
My Victorian demon lady by Fyodor Pavlov has come back from being matted and is looking glorious
Oh my, that’s lovely! I love seeing how patrons frame and display my work in their homes.
Oh hey! Thanks a lot for going out of your way to remove my husband’s name from his art and post it on your blog without credit, scum!
To be fair, when I posted this illustration I was still very new to Tumblr and wasn’t yet putting my watermark on everything. So the poster is at least absolved of that. HOWEVER, they did not reblog the image from me, but reposted it without any mention, credit or link to my website or blog. Which is basically just as obnoxious. And before anyone starts using “well, I saw it and saved it ages ago and didn’t know where it came from” as an excuse - this is REALLY EASY TO FIX.
I guess it had to happen eventually.
This one goes out to the laydees.
Here it is, a wraparound image of the final back and front covers of The Ouroboros Cycle, Book One: A Monster’s Coming Of Age Story. Arriving for Christmas.
The book has 30 original illustrations by the wonderful Lawrence Gullo and Fyodor A. Pavlov
PSA for anyone on Tumblr who follows artists:
Please don’t ask them to draw you art for free.
Suggestions for drawings are one thing, especially if they’re in the vein of something that the artist already likes to draw. And some artists do take requests, although they will normally say so and you should not assume that we ALL do. But frankly, asking me to draw you a tattoo or a card for your brother or a portrait of your boyfriend for free is just kind of rude.
Artists are not machines who fart out drawings for your every whim. We make our living off of art. Asking us to work for free belittles our work and our livelihood, and you should never do it.
Similarly, please don’t ever ask me to work on spec or for “exposure.” Exposure doesn’t pay my bills or put food on my table.