Old Art for shits and giggles: Math Fox/Math Snake
Sharing some old art with you! (because i don't think i ever published those)
As it sometimes happens when you're supposed to do some cleaning, you get stuck with stuff that you haven't seen for years which would all lead to hours of digressing because you have to look at these things and bath yourself in some nostalgia first.
Well, guess what happened to me lately.
I stumbled over super old art which was drawn when i was still a kiddo and i thought: why the f*ck not share it with you! 8D
Thus, have some cover papers from my old personal math book, which were drawn when i was in my early teens.
Explanation: In our class, we all had to m
Long time no journal entry!
Thought it was high time to feature a project that i was artistically involved with and which, since October 2017, is finally out for sale.
Meet Cutthroat Kingdoms, a board card game with medieval setting, backstabbing and intrigue:
"You are the leading lord or lady of one of the six eminent Houses in the Kingdom of Aurum—a grim fantasy world fraught with danger, intrigue, and plague. You must use your armies to claim Territories, gather wealth, recruit Hirelings, and hire Mercenaries as you pursue your nefarious plots and jockey for power. Political intrigue and assassinations abound, and powerful strateg
little announcement to make! Last year, i had the honour to contribute some of my art to a novel by Belgish author Ronny D'Hulster, called "Robin And Rudyard".
The book comes in two variants - one regular version and one limited deluxe edition (see photos below).
A little video of what the novel is about can be seen here:
Featured illustrations of mine are both "Walking On The Edge" and "Culpaeus",
...as well as some new exclusive ones that haven't been uploaded here. :-)
You can order the book directly from the author:
or through Amazon (though there, you will only be able
Disclaimer before i start:
So, that one infamous episode just aired some time ago. After Negan's victim(s) revealed – and also the way how it happened – i refused to watch it at first because i simply did not want to see it. I knew how this particular scene was depicted in the comic books, which already was the very reason why i never got into the comics in the first place (i'll come back to that later), i hoped to the very last second, that they would not go the same route as the comic scene did. But well, curiosity kills the fox cat and eventually, i did see the it.
And i do not approve.
That was -not- okay.
EDIT: I got a message from the seller on Amazon (who was as understanding and cooperative as can be about this whole thing) and they took the item down. Thank you so much again for all the help and heads-up!
EDIT EDIT: With the great help of winter-of-hearts (https://www.deviantart.com/winter-of-hearts) the shop on AliExpress was closed and taken down. If you're curious about the (painful and by no means easy) process, you can read about it here:
I want to thank you all so much again for all the help, encouraging words and more! I appreciate it a bunch.
long time no journal and for me, it's extra-unfortunate that the first journal for this year has t