talkstowolves: I speak with wolves and other wicked creatures. (talks to wolves)

I’d like to preface this week’s round-up post with this: GET OUT THE VOTE, PEOPLE! Tuesday, Tuesday, Tuesday!

Things that I wrote:

Cat Can’t Breathe? Feline Asthma: What You Need to Know, at Front Page Meews.
Fall Into Lush, Colorful Lips: Best Fall Lip Colors and Care, at ISA Professional’s blog.

Things that I read:

The Rain Will Make a Door I: Introducing British Fairy Traditions” by Dr. Alexander  Cummins.
Meet Eight New Afrofuturism Artists Creating a Future of Color” by Shaenon K. Garrity at i09.
The Racist and Sexist History of Keeping Birth Control Side Effects Secret” by Bethy Squires at Broadly.

Thing that I made:

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This week’s Whiteboard Weirdness features Black Phillip preparing for Thanksgiving with lots of butter. So much butter in the creepy cornucopia of evil. Black Phillip based on Stuart Marcelo‘s wonderful character design that you can find on Behance.

Things that I am excited about:

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talkstowolves: I speak with wolves and other wicked creatures. (talks to wolves)

Welcome to the End of the Week! Grab a cocktail, and inspect this here rundown of what I wrote (that is published), watched, created, and got all excited about.

Thing that I wrote:

A review of Star Trek Beyond, over at Buzzy Mag.

Things that I watched:

The Toothless Couch inspired by How To Train Your Dragon is a pretty impressive build from AWE me.
A 13th century Icelandic hymn – “Heyr himna smiður” – sung by Árstíðir in a train station. They’re on tour now!
An amazing fairy and dandelion wire wind sculpture by FantasyWire. BRB, conjuring money for a commission.

Things that I made:

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This week’s Whiteboard Weirdness quickly led to the discovery that my markers are too chunky to do His Royal Gauntness properly – but I persevered and did his portrait anyway. With absurdly happy bats flitting about. (No detail available, but they have inverted v eyes.) I used Sarah-Jane’s cute illustration for my reference.

I also created a whole new line of products for Mama Reynard’s Tricks and Treats, that unexpected and mischievous coffee shop you may find yourself stumbling into this autumn. You can find Mama Reynard’s logo on all sorts of things at my Redbubble shopfront and my Zazzle shop, What Duck?. Here are some of my favorites:

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Things that I’m excited about:

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