New greeting cards are here! I’ll be updating the Etsy shop today or tomorrow, and then all your dirty Valentine’s and fancy dandy stationery needs will be met!
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As promised, some details on one of my big summer projects. Lawrence and I are illustrating G.D. Falksen’s next book, The Ouroboros Cycle, Book One: A Monster’s Coming Of Age Story, which will be out this fall. Here’s a glimpse at the first of my illustrations. Drawing grisly old men is kind of my new favorite thing.
So I have been getting a lot of asks asking me about prints, commissions, and how they could paper their walls in my art (not kidding, like three of you specifically asked about covering your walls with my things - you darlings!). So let’s tackle one thing at a time!
First of all, I just put together an FAQ page - take a look and let me know if there is anything missing or anything you want to know about.
Secondly, about commissions - this is as good a time as any to announce that I am once again closing commissions until the end of the summer. I just signed a contract for a big illustrating job and submitted a proposal for a queer erotic comic for an anthology (more exciting info on both these developments to follow!), and both of these deadlines are in September. So I’m going to wrap up the jobs I currently have and not take any more until these big projects are finished.
Thirdly - prints and sales. I just updated the Esty store as it has never been updated before! The above picture is only a small portion of what’s for sale. There is a crapload of original art (including some of these dandy miniatures and demon silhouettes), art prints, packages of Rhinestone Follies paper dolls and greeting cards. A bunch of my Lawrence’s art is also for sale - including amazing portraits of Baritarian royalty the Seven Deadly Sins from our comic Baritarian Boy! So please check it out!
Just finished a miniature portrait commission of the rakish male lead of her novel for Ms. Delilah Dawson. I love painting these little things!
Oops. I accidentally Hans again. Every time I draw him, he is more bruised. That’s sad.
Finished the sketch page today. Hans keeps sneaking into my drawings. I love him. Also, Greta Garbo.
A little detail of a sketch page I’ve been relaxing on today. Inspired by German torch songs and Christian Schad.
Sexy Ray Valenz and Kita St. Cyr with my paper dolls of the Rhinestone Follies at their two year anniversary show last night!
Doodle inspired by Arrow. I’ve had so little time to draw this week, urgh.
Check them out!
I might draw some Eugene Onegin stuff for Alexander Pushkin’s birthday today, but until then, here is a doll I made of him some years back. I think I posted it last year too. But it’s still my favorite doll to date. He usually sits on our bookshelves, frequently on volumes of his own work.
Work on a commission, then draw some gay Victorians. This is a good system.
These two are a patron and a rent boy in some high-end mollyhouse. You can tell it’s high-end because of all the chinoiserie, obviously.
Eeeee look what just came in the mail!! Did you get your copy yet? I might or might not be hugging mine.