Merry Rocktober 13th to all, and to all a good night.

Merry Rocktober 13th to all, and to all a good night.


It’s been a while since I drew my favorite anime lady

It’s been a while since I drew my favorite anime lady


Doodly doodles

Doodly doodles


An old standby- sassy Poison Ivy doodles.

An old standby- sassy Poison Ivy doodles.


This is my D&D character, Arezra, the spooky looking necromancer. Who is actually very nice and enjoys hobbies like petting kittens and saving orphans.

This is my D&D character, Arezra, the spooky looking necromancer. Who is actually very nice and enjoys hobbies like petting kittens and saving orphans.


And lo, this blog rises from its long slumber.
Guess what guys, I’m not dead! Just busy and forgetful. I have a full time job now, plus a few projects on the side. I’m gonna try and post art here again, but I can’t promise it’ll be all that frequent.
Thanks for stickin’ around, y’all!

And lo, this blog rises from its long slumber.

Guess what guys, I’m not dead! Just busy and forgetful. I have a full time job now, plus a few projects on the side. I’m gonna try and post art here again, but I can’t promise it’ll be all that frequent.

Thanks for stickin’ around, y’all!


One of the reasons Poison Ivy is my favorite Batman villain is that she is originally from Seattle. As someone who has lived in the Pacific Northwest my entire life and isn’t particularly fond of most people, I relate to her a little bit. My favorite depictions of Pamela are the ones that play up her general grumpiness and disdain for people, and acknowledge that she was formerly a scientist, rather than the ultra-vampy versions.

One of my favorite things to mindlessly doodle are cute little pre-Poison Ivy, college age Pamelas in pacific northwest-y cardigan sweaters and scarves and hipster-chic hairstyles and stuff. Just for funsies.


Simple, comfort zone-y doodle to try and get back in the swing of things after returning from PAX. 

Simple, comfort zone-y doodle to try and get back in the swing of things after returning from PAX. 


Yayyyy a DA:I article about Morrigan got posted today! My most favorite grumpy mage who forgot to put a shirt on for some reason. I’m excited to have her back! (although not a party member, booo) In celebration, here’s a quick doodle of Morrigan that I did like a month ago while I couldn’t sleep, and posted on twitter.

Yayyyy a DA:I article about Morrigan got posted today! My most favorite grumpy mage who forgot to put a shirt on for some reason. I’m excited to have her back! (although not a party member, booo) In celebration, here’s a quick doodle of Morrigan that I did like a month ago while I couldn’t sleep, and posted on twitter.


Adventures!

I guess I should talk about E3 a little bit! Thank you SO MUCH to those who commissioned me, by the way. That was incredibly helpful, and I had a wonderful time, and met a lot of great people. Here are some highlights!

DAY ONE

I got basically nothing done on the first day, spending the whole time wandering in a bewildered state looking at all the bright colors.

I dropped off some kind of sad cookies for the Double Fine folks that were there! I didn’t really get to talk to Brad Muir, every time I saw him he was either in the middle of an interview, or on the way to an interview, from the first day until literally the minute the show closed. I hope he went home and slept for like a week!

In the evening, Wolfgang informed me that we’d be having a casual get together with our Sony contact, and I had a little moment of shock.

DAY TWO

I finally play some games, starting with Transistor on the PS4. At this point, it finally hits me that I’m at E3, and I freak out a little bit. The PS4 controller felt very nice, by the way. ALSO if you haven’t seen the trailer for Transistor, go watch it here because I am so excited for that game and it was super fun and I want it RIGHT NOW.

On my way back from Starbucks, I am promised free tacos, and ushered into an outdoor Snoop Dogg concert. In my defense, I really like food. In this bizarre moment, I question everything that has led me to this point in my life.

At the Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters booth run by skanky witches in the lobby, I aggressively muscle in and win a free bluray signed by Gemma Arterton. Confession time: I legitimately love that awful movie, largely because Gretel is the best ever and I will fight all those who say otherwise. 

Also, that night was PARTY NIGHT, so we went to the WIGI steampunk party, and a couple dev mixers.

DAY THREE

The final day was mostly just more wandering around, playing a couple more games and seeing everything for the last time. Then, in the evening, we ended up somehow getting into some fancy parties.

^In the car on the way to a party.

The entire experience was absolutely wonderful, so it was a little bit painful to get on a plane and go straight back to work/making people milkshakes the next day. 

BUT I am all the more motivated to work hard on my goals and dreams! And I’m extra excited for PAX this year, now! LET’S MAKE GAMES AND ART AND STUFF! WOO!