Another drawing from meganlynnkott's and my Bears and Boars sketchbook zine.
We’ll bring some copies with us when we’re tabling at the Alternative Press Expo in San Francisconext month, but if anyone outside the Bay Area is interested in buying one for a few bucks and having me mail it to you, feel free to DM me.
The daughter of a Druidic Priestess and some Power Unknown, Morgana generally maintains a serene existence, cohabitating in harmony with all living things.
…That is, until the Spirits of the Earth rouse her fiercer self to do battle.
I retooled a drawing from a few months ago to submit to #wizardbattle2014
While I’m at it, I also edited the Etsy listing for these handsome Cthulhu bookplates. NOW for $4, instead of getting ONE set of 5 bookplates, you get TWO sets. You can mark your territory in even more books now, or just keep one set and give the other to a literary friend. Up to you.
Check out the Cthulhu bookplate listing HERE
I just marked down the Deadwood Greeting Card 4-packs on my Etsy store from $10 to just $5! If you have people in your life that love Deadwood— or else just need congratulating and don’t mind a little blue language—then this is the item for you. Or for them, I suppose.
Anyway, I have a handful of these left and I won’t be making any more. Go HERE to check out the listing.
Just a reminder that meganlynnkott and I will be tabling at the San Francisco Zine Fest this weekend (from 11 to 5 today and 11 to 4 tomorrow). The event is FREE, so if you’re looking for something to do in the Bay Area, please consider coming by and saying hi. We’ll be at table 138—near the main entrance—debuting our new collaborative sketchbook-zine Bears and Boars, featuring many lovely line drawings like the one above.
Lucielle Wesler was overjoyed when studio head Martin Levy turned her twin boys into movie stars. But celebration turned to mourning when Death bought a ticket to the matinee. With Mary Van Note, Kelly Anneken, Paul Jennings, Paco Romane, Sarah Hensley, Dave Ross, Les Milton, Erik Charles Nielsen, Matt Lieb, Nick Palm, Jason Dove, Emily Epstein White, Caitlin Gill, Taylor Wilson, Scott Vermeire and Ron Chapman. Theme by Nick Stargu and artwork by Justin Lawrence DeVine.
The podcast I did some artwork for just released a new episode, and it’s totally good! Check it out if you like Twilight Zone-style anthology fiction, stories about Old Hollywood, or just stories where the promise of doom hangs above the entire narrative like a heavy mist.
Justin DeVine is an Oakland based illustrator. Recently he has taken over the internet from peak to peak (ha…ha) with his Twin Peaks/Muppets watercolor mash-ups. His art takes a heavy dose of influence from pop culture, but is then spun around with his own unique touch. In this interview he…
Hey, I was interviewed for this blog! Check it out!