Ding ding!! A new page of “Tock the Gnome” is now available for reading!
“Tock the Gnome: The Rescue Quest” is about a Gnome woman named Tock, who lives in a Steampunk culture in a high fantasy world. Driven by a Fairy Tale about a trapped Elven princess on a floating island, she convinces her friend Bumble – an airship pilot – to join her quest to rescue her. They hire extra firepower from unfamiliar lands, and together they seek the island and the princess. But what they seek may not be quite what they expected…
Proudly contains queer characters and romance, size-positivity, Faerie, spiritual magic, conundrums and tomfoolery.
Hail to the earth and hail to the fire
Hail to the sea and the rain
Hail to the air and hail to the spirits
Hail to all life on Beltane
- – Tribe Spirit, “Beltane”
Blessed day of Love and spring Union, everyone (but especially my fellow witchy folk 💟 And especially the fae, in their infinite wisdom – and of course, blessed Samhain instead to my friends in the southern hemisphere!!).
May our day be filled with blessings, whimsy, and hope – wherever we are, whatever we’re going through. And thank you *all* for following my work.
An honest to goodness commish for the Good Folk 🧚♂️💕 Captain Shakespeare, faerie-pirate from “Stardust” (the film version).
There’s a bit of a longer story about this, but suffice it to say that communion with them can be tricky sometimes, and I’m grateful for the grace to know when to back off, be honest with them, and ask for clarity!
So as if I weren’t unhinged enough about “Our Flag Means Death” already, it appears that in *real , actual life,* one of the pseudonyms that Stede Bonnet used at some point in his career was Captain Edwards.
…..David Jenkins is right and he should say it.
(Also used this as practice, figuring out how to draw them in my style. I’m only ever good at portraiture by accident, so I’m trying to just get a consistent vibe for the characters themselves. Personally pleased so far.)