Door and the Angel Islington, an illustration needle-felted, sewn, painted and embroidered by me. I’d like to rephotograph this/work on it more, but I’m posting it like this for now because I worked on it for weeks, dammit.
Anyways, this is inspired/based on Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere, but takes some creative liberties and doesn’t represent one particular scene.
A teeny needle-felted (and sewn) doll of Door from Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere — at least, my somewhat loose interpretation of her. (I know her hair is red in the book. I… made it blue.) Everything is done by hand, and she is completely posable.
If I could make just tiny felt shoes for a living, I probably would.
I don’t know why, but somehow it feels like an appropriate time to bring back this sculpture I did freshman year of a lady sticking her hand up a dragon’s butt. “James Herriot, but with magical creatures” is still a genre I really want to explore one day.
Also at Megacon, this amazing Garnet cosplayer let me get a picture with her. It was arguably the highlight of the weekend.
Megacon sketches, non-Pacific Rim edition. I love Faber Castell markers a lot.
Megacon sketches! Pacific Rim edition. Some of these were commissioned and some of them weren’t. All were drawn in a haze of terror. Good times!
I did a G**** Danger too which I still have, maybe I will post it.
Well, I’m off to Megacon early tomorrow morning. See y’all next week.
Anyone who’s going to be there, stop by the Ringling table and say hi! If you see a white girl being a massive failure, that’s me.
My scheduled 2am sketch shameblog.
Get it together, Stephanie!
The cat’s name is Oscar.
So here… is an oil painting… that I made.
I’ll scan it when I can and replace these images with the scanned version.