Book Art: TMOL/TCOD as Spiders
Spiders are more complicated than a Clam or a Scorpion, so a wire ‘skeleton’ was used to create their structure before applying paper mache layers around it. I applied multiple rounds of layers onto it to build it up, air drying in between rounds.
All the pages used for it sans the outermost layer are from Expansion Expression, since I had leftover pages from the Scorpion paper mache project. I printed a few pages from each respective book to apply to its spider.
After the last layer was applied and dried, I painted both of them. One with white paint, one with black paint, of course. The bottoms aren’t painted.
They look pretty good, not exactly what I had envisioned, but good enough. Definitely was a step up in the paper mache game!
Tarot Cards: The World (Carathoukiea) Draft
Behold! A draft of what a hypothetical Tarot deck of my world would actually look like. Starting with, well, the World: Carathoukiea! I feel like it needs more…decoration, or some border design, but I can’t think of what that would look like. I’d want it to be consistent to all cards. Besides how plain it looks, I do like how this one turned out. It is all white in the background. The font is the Yataghan Font, which is the...
Sorting the Characters into Hogwarts Houses (Part 2)
The last time I did a Hogwarts house sorting for characters was in 2016 and I alluded to doing more…and I never did. But now I am! I was thinking about Spellbinder’s Ravenclaw aspects while writing her character development spotlight and realized that this was very much overdue.