By request, I’ve gone through my Redbubble designs and added many onto Redbubble’s masks. Here are just a few of the designs:
General Redbubble mask information is in their FAQs (and for every mask sold, Redbubble will make a donation to Heart to Heart International).
And if you’d like to make your own out of other fabrics (or just like to sew generally) a few of the repeating prints are up on Spoonflower, which sells lengths of fabrics (and wallpapers). The recent raven and unicorn designs will be up there once the test swatches arrive by international post.
The January calendar is here, brought to you by my wonderful patrons (if you’d like to help, or even get sketches, the calendar and extras early, you can join in at patreon.com/tanaudel !).
This was a lot of fun. It is (in accordance with votes) masquerade-themed, appropriate for the turn of the year, and January (there’s also bonus mask-themed stationery for patrons at Duck level and above).
The little bat-lady excerpted above is based on one of my favourite vintage costumes. You’ll see reference to some other historical masquerade costumes and stories in it. Overall, however, I illustrated this with the W. B. Yeat’s poem “The Mask” in mind:
“Take off that mask of burning gold, with emerald eyes.”