I’ve been chugging away at my little skeletal coleopteran, too. This is one of the first times, if not the first time, I’ve experimented with shading in a pointilist way instead of using crosshatching.
stonedwitchtripper asked: I love your art!! keep it alive!
Thank you so much, this made my day!
I rediscovered this little guy in my sketchbook and started inking him during this morning’s commute
jeffwrench asked: hey, thanks for reblogging my latest painting (on your other blog). i especially like your black & white paintings/drawings, and the ouija board! have you done any more of those?
Sorry for the belated reply, Jeff! I haven’t done any more ouija boards *yet,* but I have some intriguing ideas for more circling around my skull. I’m also working on more alchemy inspired, black and white work.
My cat, the art critic. She’s less than impressed with my attempts to capture her fluffy judgment.
fruitsalad65 asked: Hello! I'm Jill and I work for the Alameda Community College writing center. I'm in charge of making the flyer here, but I came across your writing center logo and I'm convinced it's not only better than what I'd come up with, but that it's objectively the best. I'd like to use your writing center logo for our flyer, if I may. The center is a small not-for-profit operation, so we wouldn't be making any money from the logo or anything, and we'd only use it once. Would you mind?
Hello, Jill! Thank you so much for asking, not taking. I would be pleased as punch if you used my logo in your flyer (and should you wind up needing it for anything else, here is my explicit, enthusiastic go-ahead) - hooray for writing centers! I hope the folks at Alameda Community College get a kick out of my two-headed writing consultant.
note to self: remember when you drew comics? you should, you know, get back to doing that.