(Many thanks to my amazing wife for taking pictures of my costume beforehand, as I went by myself this time.)
So this weekend was the amazing New York Faerie Festival, and this year I went for opening day on Friday.
So finally, the Universe has provided me the opportunity to have a table at a small local festival – “Gnome & Fairy Fest” ( ) at Press Bay Alley.
(I guess the Goddess got impatient with me for dragging my feet on getting myself Properly Set Up. And this is perfect. I am so grateful.)
I have never ordered prints of my own work from anywhere before, and I have no idea where to start. Does anyone who sells their own prints (not on Society6/Redbubble/etc.) have any advice on where’s good to order from?
Any replies will be appreciated. Thanks to all ~~<3
A very belated sketch gift/commission/…thing? from years and years ago when I asked for financial help.
Thanks so much for your help, Kristy ❤
A “Save the Date” portrait for my good friend Elyse, for her wedding this August ❤
Though I am a devout, loyal, unwavering Harley/Ivy girl, and normally anything Harley/Joker gives me painful feels, Elyse is one of the best friends I could have ever ever wished for and I am blessed to have her in my life. So here this is. I am so happy she found her guy and that they’re building a wonderful life together.
From top left, clockwise: Elyse herself, their unborn, currently baking offspring, her fiancee Joe, their dog Sacha-monster, and their daughter Quinn Harley (seriously).
Something quick I did for my mother’s birthday in December. She likes mooses (perhaps not as passionately as my mother-in-law loves bats, but still. Yay animal love. World needs more of that).
Commission for VersusMe101 on deviantART, of his lovely Gnomish lady Judeli, having a wardrobe issue that I am all too familiar with ^^;
The Goddess Ostara, for a freind of mine on deviantART, Forgot to post this when I finished this last year, so my apologies. I’m happy to say this was a super fun challenge. She’s not a Goddess I’m very familiar with, despite there being a Sabbat named for her, so exploring her imagery more was really rewarding.
And since I’m posting this as her holiday approached (…ish), come on, Spring ❤
Image now © :FuzzyNecromancer, art © Rachel Terwilliger.