Posts tagged victorian.

Next greeting card design goes 1840s.

The Adventures of Toby: The Tandem Bicycle.

Various works in progress!

Dr. Sketchy’s NYC is officially re-launched! It was such a pleasure and privilege to produce this event, and I’m so grateful to our amazing models Fancy Feast, Minx Arcana and Johnny Panic, our hostess Suffra Gent, our wonderful helpers, and of course my dear partner, Lewd Alfred Douglas for making it all happen. To say nothing of all the artists who packed Stonewall! I’m really happy to be a part of bringing this event back to life, and excited for what we have planned for it in the future - it seems to have been sorely missed. 

Our next session is Dr. Sketchy’s MarxFest, part of a month-long celebration of the Marx Brothers. Come draw and have fun with us! And join the Dr. Sketchy’s NYC facebook group to see more photos and keep abreast of all the fabulous goings on!

The reward for finishing my book illustrations is to start a beautiful new sketchbook and draw a butt in it.

Mina Harker and some early Victorian spiritualists, because it’s that time of year.

I always found Dracula a lot more fun to dissect and analyze than actually read. Is it October yet?

First one to guess the year and designer of the dress gets a cookie.

Illustration for Chapter 4 of G.D. Falksen’s first book in The Ouroboros CycleA 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 16 of G.D. Falksen’s first book in The Ouroboros CycleA Monster’s Coming of Age Story. This one was one of my favorites to do, not in the least because of the Victorian medical paraphernalia. 

If you’d like to see them all, as well as the illustrations of my husband, Lawrence Gullo, do pick up your own copy! 

It is done! All of the above images are now available as greeting cards in the Baritarian Etsy shop! Perfect for all your naughty Valentine’s Day needs - get on it.

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.

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.

Holy crap, Uncle Monty’s Mollyhouse brought it to Steampunk World’s Fair! That was an intense one, and Fritz von Blitzkrieg is all blitzed out! And we even met some really sweet fans there. If you were there, 1. shame on you for not saying hi and 2. send us pictures if you have any! And thank you to everyone who came to see at the Goblin Market, the Absinthe and Mead Tasting and of course to our show! You were a fun crowd to bend over in lady’s knickers for!

I fucking love my house. Uncle Monty’s Mollyhouse is having a photo shoot in preparation for our performance in two weeks.