Some epic battle music for drawing/painting epic battles to! I love this arrangement on Septette for the Dead Princess.
YAY ANNELIESE!! I love these two, I can’t wait to see how it all comes out!!
“When they were little girls, they decided that they would be best friends forever. A whale never forgets a promise.” -Anneliese Juergensen
i have now died. of joy.
I don’t think I’ve seen art of an old mermaid (mermatron? mergranny?) before.
I love it!
Oh look it’s the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen
Sorry, it seems to be raining on my face.
I want to read this novel NOW.
This is Anneliese, the artist who drew this picture, and it’s interesting that you should mention this being a book…
BECAUSE IT’S TOTALLY GOING TO BE A BOOK! :D
I have written a children’s picture book based on this, and have spent the last few months creating illustrations and work-shopping it with my SCBWI group. I am now in the process of looking for an agent or editor for it!
(If anyone has a recommendation for someone in the children’s publishing industry who may be interested in acquiring it, please let me know! I’d be very grateful! You can contact me via Tumblr ask or through my website.)
Also, I’ve been peeking at some of the reblogs of this picture, and it’s been overwhelming… in a good way! The comments on this are amazing, whether funny (THE MERMA-TRON ROBOT!) or moving (I saw a few people saying how it reminded them of their friends, or loved ones, and it’s just- awww! Who is cutting onions near me again???) or thought-provoking (I came across someone saying how it could be seen as a comment on positive body image, with the big whale and the thin mermaid being friends instead of competitors or enemies. I thought that was beautiful! It’s an honor to see your work being interpreted and discussed in such thoughtful ways!)
Thank you aquaticallyinclined for sharing this, and I’m giving a WHALE of a hug to all the lovely people here who’ve inspired me! <3
….aw man, my robot D :<
A peek at some of my work today! We’re done with flower shops and back to breaking things. I broke a desk pretty okay a few pages ago, I’m so pumped for this fight.
Works in progress! Here’s are some pencils of Flower shop 2.0, and a panel of our main character Veronica that I really like. She’s still pretty tough for me to draw, but we’re getting there!
I can share now!! This is an in-progress peek at my comic freelance. The project is called Recipes for the Dead, and it’s written by Vera Greentea. It’s got cookies, demons, diabolical witches with big hair, and a man with great shoes, among other things.
I’m working pretty constantly on this nowadays, so stay tuned!
We used strawberry and blueberry jellies. This is good. Do this.
We put jelly and peanut butter into crescent rolls???
A wall of heads I’ve been collecting this past week! Doodling before I start drawing pages helps me loosen up, and it also gives me a little time to spend on my poor neglected OC’s.
Meanwhile, the latest batch of Pokemon commissions are done! Were done a while ago, but I was hoping to be able to space them out with some other stuff too. Work’s had me super busy, and there hasn’t been time to do much other than a doodle-splat here and there.
I’m gonna be putting these on hold for a little while, but I’ll be opening them back up early April! If you’ve already contacted me about one, don’t worry, I’ll squish you in with the current schedule. Thanks so much to everybody who commissioned these!