Tags: always read the fae print, art, art by someone else's hand, characters, commissions, wielders
I’m hip-deep in commission work, regular work, short story revisions, eying my mailbox for responses from short story markets I submitted to and various methods of procrastination, but I thought I’d do a quick blog post to drop off some art. Pam Noles has a WIP of a commission I’m doing for her on her blog, in a post entitled What I Said I Wanted Was Pissed Off Combat Unicorns Being Ridden By War Orcs.
How can you not click that link, seriously?
I’ve also got two lovely new commissions done for me to show off. Yes, I’ve been on a roll lately. My wallet is not happy, but I am, and what’s more important here?
Here’s another absolutely lovely drawing by C. Bernard, this time of Lillian, my main character from Always Read the Fae Print. (For a summary of this book, I refer you to a comment by K.V. Taylor from a few days ago: “Mwahahaha, sucks to be you, Lillian.” That sounds about right.)
Here, Shaun O’Neil drew Emily Boyer, one of the main character from Wielders. I just love this. How cute is she, seriously? The expression is spot-on for her.
Pretty art makes me so very, very happy.
And now to get back to
working on this commission editing Rule of Threes beta reading a CP’s novel obsessively refreshing Duotrope listings. Mmm, productivity.