Legends of Red Sonja #2 came out today! Here are just a few of my favourite pencilled pages I produced for the issue.
It all feels so real now. Thank you so much to Gail Simone for giving me the opportunity to work on one of my favourite comic book ladies, Tamora Pierce for writing such an amazing story and the editors over at Dynamite for being fantastic.
If you’re in Melbourne and looking to score a copy of this issue, the lovely crew at Classic Comics have ordered in a few extra copies!
Quick shot of some Pathfinder character painting stuff I’m working on for Wayfinder magazine. Loving the concept for this guy.
*paint paint paint*
@roesolo writes: Legends of Red Sonja #2 Gives Us More of the Legend Behind the She-Devil @gailsimone @dynamitecomics @meljean
Very nice words, thank you on behalf of TeamLegends!
The first review of Legends of Red Sonja #2, featuring my art on the fantastic story written by Tamora Pierce. This issue comes out this week!
Figured I might as well share this digital painting since I’m not sure when I’ll ever get the chance to finish it.
This is a still life I was painting in Photoshop of my D&D character sheet, my pencils and my dice. (Basically my life every 2 weeks. Eeee~) My intention was to fill out the character sheet with hand-written stuff and add some more colour. But as I said, not sure when I’d ever get the time to finish this.
So here it is - unfinished.
Attempting some more ‘on model’ sketches of the FiM cast.
I originally wrote this as part of a response to Tess Fowler’s brave-as-hell decision to name Brian Wood as the dude who’d harassed her at a convention. Posting it again, on its own, because there are some things I want to expand on…
Every time I have a conversation with another woman about…
A very powerful post, I suggest you all read.
I’ve been assaulted at a Con once (a guy lept over my booth and kissed me, without my permission then proceeded to back pedal and say ‘sorry dude, I didn’t know she was yours’ when my husband stepped in) and at my old job as a sales person at my local gaming shop.
These things keep happened because people are silently condoning the behavior. Everyone needs to learn that this is not okay.
Hey people, I’ve made a baking blog, ‘Cassu Bakes,’ to show off my various culinary creations. Right now I’m just posting old stuff that I’ve made through-out the year, but expect new stuff soon.
I made D20 cookies last night and I’m having a birthday party for my 28th next week and will be making more goodies for my guests to share.
Prviate commission - simple gaming mascot design all finished.
PREVIEW: LEGENDS OF RED SONJA #1 (of 5) from @DynamiteComics
Gail Simone, Nancy A. Collins, Devin Grayson (w) Jack Jadson, Noah Salonga, Carla McNeil (a) Jay Anacleto (c) FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+Dynamite Entertainment presents a bold new experiment in graphic…
Ya’ll should head out and buy this book tomorrow! My issue comes out in December, and tomorrow’s issue Legends of Red Sonja #1 sets up the journey of the Grey Riders as they try and track Sonja down.
Epic adventures await!
Happy Halloween everyone!
Elise the Witch all finished, including hand-made metal fence. Although the material was a little fragile, my Bones Bat was still light enough to be supported on-top of the fence there which I was impressed by. (Hooray for Bones!)
I apologize for the out-of-focus parts in these photos, I fail at camera - even when given advice. I think when I can afford it I need to go out and buy myself a camera with a better lens and one I can actually learn to use properly.
Happy Belated Halloween everyone! I wanted to re-blog a post I made at my miniatures painting blog of my competed Halloween-themed mini. This gorgeous girl is from Reaper Miniatures and is sculpted by the talented Werner Klocke, painting by yours truly.
I must admit I had fun painting the light on her glowing behind. @_@;
Sand Kobold Shaman concept all finished.
This is a sketch that’s been sitting in my ‘un-finished’ folder for the past year. I had the idea to create a little Kobold with a staff made out of an ant mound and a bottle full of fire flies. Plus some twigs, bones and other things.
Done with watercolor paints and Prismacolor pencils, trying out a new technique.
Out buying wrapping paper and a birthday card today and there were no designs with cats on, so I settled for this Buzz Lightyear that I turned into a Mrs. Nesbitt.
There’s a fuzzy creeper behind my computer monitor.