Something else quick for Pride Month! The idea of Cordelia being non-binary has sunk its claws into my brain and won’t let go. Pretty sure it has to do with the human version of them that I did a while back. So here they are!~
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.
Originally I was going to make all of them horrified. But then I realized that Julie-Anne might actually be into this kind of movie. And Cordelia doesn’t really do horrified. Mildly shocked, but not horrified. Everyone else – fair game.
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.
There’s still not a whole lot of information out there to make reasonable guesses, Abel. I am curious about the pickled herring, though.
I think I made Inez a bit creepier than I intended to. Like, she knows what you did. She always knows. But I am so happy with how Cordelia and Lulu turned out. I’m seriously tempted to take these designs and use them for some other characters. Especially Cordelia’s.
They’re all a bunch of nerds. A bunch of nerds who enjoy shipping but are going to have to wait patiently to see what the mighty Neil Gaiman has in store for the next season. Also, I have decided to make Cordelia into cosplaying, because look how adorable she is in that little Aziraphale… Continue reading Good Omens Fan Club
It’s been a while since I’ve drawn these guys. But they definitely needed some formal introductions at this point. And yet, I didn’t need to look back on old comics to see how to draw them. I call that a success.
Well. Cordelia and Inez are clearly capable of keeping themselves occupied. Julie-Anne and Daphne are clearly in need of hobbies. And Lulu’s parents are clearly an anteater and a capybara trying to do their best.