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Inspired by the kind of anime/manga
artbook illustrations that I was obsessed
with as a teenager. This is the modern/urban
fantasy incarnation of my character
Inspired by LavenderTowne's diseases
video, but I went for a more historically-inspired
design, based around the 1840s, as well
as calling out the shape of the bacteria
itself in the fringes. The irony of
drawing this not only during a
respiratory disease pandemic but also
while waiting in the doctor's office is
not lost on me.
Not Even the Rats
...What lurks beneath the streets of
A drawing of my psychic vampire, Laci.
Born and raised in the (fictional) city
of Santa Marta, Laci is uniquely attached
to the web of weirdness that stretches
over the city -- something she wishes
nightly wasn't the case...
A drawing of Mina Strahlend, the
protagonist of my discontinued webcomic,
Serviam, in a more human-looking version
of her original, angelic form as "Estariel".
My Release in Pain
A piece that I did of Morgan and
Finn/Gwynn, the protagonist and love
interest of my current project --
Nocturnal Creatures. Connected over
endless lifetimes, fate seems determined
to bring them together only to tear them
A Photo for my
A "photo" of Victorian-era
Morgan, inspired by an actual photograph
from the same time period (and in the
same pose). Drawn for a roleplaying blog
I was running where Morgan was a vampire
who was Changed in the 1890s.
Throne of the
Another Laci piece. I really, really
enjoy drawing her because her sense of
style is just so fun.
A self-portrait that I drew for an
earlier layout of this website.
Mirror Lie To Me
What happens when the person you see
in the mirror is the person who hurt you
the most instead of yourself? A picture
of Killian and Caoimhe, a pair of twins
with an incredibly toxic past
Commission for Caelharx
Something a friend commissioned
from me for Christmas of them and one of
their partners. I actually really enjoy
doing furry art but I rarely get the
chance to do so. This is probably one of
my favorite pieces I've done.
A self portrait I did based around
vampires in Slavic myth having the
ability to turn into butterflies...
Though, I chose the cinnabar moth instead
of a butterfly because I like moths more.
Another drawing of the protagonist of my
discontinued webcomic. Sometimes, I think
about starting to work on it again, but I'm
not sure if I can.