“Yemoja”, illustrated by Mikael Quites
ARTIST COMMENTARY: Yemoja, one of the main orishas of the [Ifa] religion, and afro-brazilian mysticism. I wanted to show a different version of her, inspired by the shapes and powers of the sea. I did this image for the wonderful “Contos de Orun Àiyé”, a comic book project by Hugo Canuto.
1990 by Elicia Donze. Drawn in PS. Please do not remove caption.
[Caption: A realistic digital painting of Joan Chen as Josie from Twin Peaks. Portrait is from the waist up. Josie is seated on a dusty pink velvet sofa. She’s wearing a green, blue, and black oversized sweater and bright red lipstick. Her black hair is short and slicked back in a delicate wave. She’s clutching a red book to her chest. One of her hands is repeated three times, the disembodied extra hands stacked surreally as if in mid-air. The background is a gradient from pale lavender to vivid blue.]
The Two of Cups typically points towards a relationship that is based on
mutual attraction and romantic inclinations. It reflects the clear,
nurturing, supportive and heartfelt exchange of emotions that is the
gift of a romantic relationship. The Two of Cups represents love that is
nurturing, creative, clearly focused, inspirational and equally
Nuff said ❤
An older piece I’m still not sure how I feel about? It’s been at that ‘is it done?’ stage for a few months. Figured I would just post and can always improve on later ❤ Enjoy!
artwork done by the wonderfully talented @crystalgraziano
- CHARACTER: Synnove Raja.
- BOOK: My upcoming fantasy novel Flame in the Wind.
- DESCRIPTION: Syn is a spitfire
with fabulous purple hair, a reputation for being pretty damn magical, and a
knack for speaking her mind.
- CHARACTER QUOTE: "I won’t apologize for my power, and I’m certainly not cursed, or on the verge of insanity, or whatever else people might say!“
The Happy Prince and Other Tales by Oscar Wilde
Illustrated by Charles Robinson
Duckworth & Co., Covent Garden, London.