Some spooky things in trees for October!
I did this at the last minute, which is why there is so much going on in the picture. I also watched a lot of Frost tonight. And did some other illustrations. And it is 2am, good grief. My eyes basically look like the eyes in these pictures.
I changed the order in which I coloured the under-layers, and am getting closer to a useful effect.
By clicking on the images below, you can print the calendar either pre-coloured or for colouring in.
And I’ve put it up on Redbubble, too, on assorted things.
The calendars happen in downtime when I can’t work on other projects (e.g. I’m in a library and can’t really use knives, or the light’s bad), so I’m slithering in under the wire with the September calendar!
This one started with pattern composition technique Lindsay Nohl taught us at the Iceland residency, then … got out of hand.
Colour flats (and texture). The colour is based on the William Morris “Compton” design. Once I get my actual work done, I will put together the repeating design, but I have to draw the connecting bits. In the meantime, the non-repeating version is up on Redbubble on notebooks, shirts, etc.
If you click on the images below, you should be able to print them either in colour or to colour.
I am posting this from beloved Devon, but am soon to move on to Iceland for a week. Internet and free time are both erratic, but I will post more (and sketches!) when I get home. In the meantime, I update Facebook and Twitter a little more regularly.
These are regular bees but I have seen real live bumble bees in Devon and it was just as exciting as coming around a turn in the road and unexpectedly seeing Stonehenge for the first time on the way here.
If you click on the images below, you can download the calendar to print and (if desired) colour:
I’m off to Readercon in July, which prompted this month’s calendar (although it’s a pattern I started sketching at World Fantasy last year).
You can print it in colour or to colour. Clicking on the images below will take you to a larger version of the image.
The calendar for May is here! It is inhabited by various favourite starry folk.
You can download it to print pre-coloured or for colouring-in by clicking on the images below.
The main image is also up on Redbubble as a print, scarf, and so on.