Pencil sketch, "Boxing Gnomes"

So I’ve gotten into boxing recently :) It is the best. Hitting things for fun, yes yes.

As such, I was inspired by this old photograph –…

I imagine these three are sisters, and the one on the left doesn’t quite get it yet.

"Jane the Gnome," pencil sketch

Something Gnomish and Deer-spiritual inspired by Jane Eyre.

"Tock the Gnome" page 53 promo

“Tock the Gnome” page 53 is up.

Thanks for checking :)

“Tock the Gnome: The Rescue Quest” is about a Gnome woman named Tock, who lives in the aforementioned Steampunk culture. 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…

WARNINGS: Will contain lesbian romance, size-positivity, conundrums and tomfoolery.

"Tock the Gnome," page 52 preview

Page 52 of “Tock the Gnome” is up for reading :)

Hope you enjoy!

"Crashing the Ball," a Tock the Gnome illustration


Cross posting from the main Tockverse website, but I like it too much not to share.

“Tock the Gnome” as a comic deals with Tock’s path once she decides to go on The Quest, but she did plenty of ridiculous stuff before that too. In this case, she once helped distract her friend Eleanore from a troublesome breakup by insisting they crash a noble ball. I hope to write something to go with this, eventually, and I know already that this incident contributed to her eventual decision to seek the Princess.

Don’t know what I’m talking about? Please check out the comic, then :)

"Underworld Dreams," pencil sketch

I was researching Badgers recently as power animals (they’re one of mine), and one of the articles I read mentioned them as guides to the Underworld. So of course, I thought of my Hades and Persephone Gnomes. And what with the race of Badger People in my graphic novel…..this happened.

Not canon for “Tock the Gnome,” though, so here it is instead of there.

"Dear Husband," ink and colored pencil, roughly 5.5 by 7ish inches

Something not exactly canon relating to “Tock the Gnome.” One of Bumble’s brothers, with his husband.

Drawn for my llady, who’s been very busy recently preparing for and going to several festivals with her business.

The non-canon-ness is because these two are a somewhat accidental reference to a couple other someones. So yes.


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