July 28th is now a holiday. At least, for the Good Omens/Our Flag Means Death fan club. And me. I’m so ready.
It’s been a bit of a wait for the now Good Omens/Our Flag Means Death fan club. But this summer, they shall be satiated. Hopefully.
Just felt like drawing some hugs this weekend. We could all use one, right? I mean, if you like hugs. If not, we can always fist bump.
Lots More Screaming
It’s been a week. A long, frustrating, draining, emotions-running-around-in-circles, week. A week where you could stand on a cliffside and scream into the void whilst confusing some mermaids.
Fan Artist Fan Service
This might be the closest I get to NSFW art. But this is truly what first popped up when the new info about the new Pokemon game dropped: the new Professor, Professor Turo, getting, ah, lewded, so to speak. Either that or people welcoming Lechonk, who just might have one of the best names for… Continue reading Fan Artist Fan Service
Representing the Artist
Truthfully, Quincy doesn’t need to be anything more than just Quincy. Because he’s Quincy. Who apparently has a backwards hand that I didn’t notice until it was too late. Whoops.
Angels and Pirates
So I’ve never actually seen the show Our Flag Means Death. Don’t even know that much about it. What I do know is that almost every Good Omens fan art account I follow on Instagram has drawn something related to it. So clearly, there is some overlap. Or just an amorphous blob of fandom.
Apologies to everyone named Hortense. Based off of a conversation I had with my mom about the name Hortense.
Good Omens – Unveiling
There’s still not a whole lot of information out there to make reasonable guesses, Abel. I am curious about the pickled herring, though.
Doodcember, Days 29, 30, and 31 – Magic, Train, and Classic
Here we are, folks. At the end of another year. Soon, 2021 will be in the rearview mirror – or in some places around the world, it’s already gone. I have no idea where this year went. Time did that fun thing where it would speed up, slow down, warp around itself until you forgot… Continue reading Doodcember, Days 29, 30, and 31 – Magic, Train, and Classic