Cartographica Imaginarium
Painting practise, referenced from a photo I found deep in my reference-folder. Brushing up on my clothing-fold-and-dramatic-lighting skills. … Clothing folds are tricky.

Painting practise, referenced from a photo I found deep in my reference-folder. Brushing up on my clothing-fold-and-dramatic-lighting skills.

… Clothing folds are tricky.

Makishima and Toudou, a sketch comedy comic.


(because c’mon we all know this is how their phonecalls went down when they first started and Makishima only has actual conversations with Toudou these days because the bastard just won’t give up)

Character colour study - which is kind of pointless in the long run, because the comic she’s in is going to be in black and white, but hey, she was fun to paint. … The comic is for an anthology with a specific theme, and it will be my first time attempting to write/draw a romance, so that’ll be a fun challenge.

Character colour study - which is kind of pointless in the long run, because the comic she’s in is going to be in black and white, but hey, she was fun to paint.

… The comic is for an anthology with a specific theme, and it will be my first time attempting to write/draw a romance, so that’ll be a fun challenge.

So, uh, I might just have read 157 chapters of Yowamushi Pedal in a single day. >.> It is utterly bonkers, and I love it. Makishima Yuusuke is my favourite, weirdo spider-limbs and shiny anime hair and all. <3

So, uh, I might just have read 157 chapters of Yowamushi Pedal in a single day. >.> It is utterly bonkers, and I love it. Makishima Yuusuke is my favourite, weirdo spider-limbs and shiny anime hair and all. <3

Way, way back (in, like, late 2013), I wanted to do a spoof on the 1970s scifi movie posters with my scifi characters. And then I never posted it. But here it is! Wandersoul is the name of the story as a whole, but right now it&#8217;s structured in such a way that each part can be read as a stand-alone story. I don&#8217;t really have an overarching plot yet. Also, there have been some changes in the character-designs since I drew this and ergh. Stuff. &#8230; I&#8217;m posting this because right now it looks like July and August are going to get eaten up by projects I&#8217;m not able to post any of on Tumblr, and I wanted to let you all know I&#8217;m still around.

Way, way back (in, like, late 2013), I wanted to do a spoof on the 1970s scifi movie posters with my scifi characters. And then I never posted it.

But here it is!

Wandersoul is the name of the story as a whole, but right now it’s structured in such a way that each part can be read as a stand-alone story. I don’t really have an overarching plot yet. Also, there have been some changes in the character-designs since I drew this and ergh. Stuff.

… I’m posting this because right now it looks like July and August are going to get eaten up by projects I’m not able to post any of on Tumblr, and I wanted to let you all know I’m still around.

So I've been going through your tumblr, reblogging what really jumped out at me, because if I reblog everything I like, my tumblr just becomes a copy of yours. I am bad at tumblr'ing. You have a lot of cool stuff here.

Thank you. :)  I’m proud of a lot of stuff on there, so I’m glad other people appreciate it too.

Seeing as how I just finished up colouring the comic she&#8217;s in, here&#8217;s a background character for the sequel to that scifi comic I made a while back. This is just me trying to figure out her costume and colour scheme - I ended up going with the one on the right, but if she shows up again, I might use the other ones too.&#8230; It might not be immediately obvious, but her design is kinda based on the brown lemur. She&#8217;s also continuing the theme of the comic of featuring characters who are NOT straight white men (because there are so many straight white guys in scifi, I don&#8217;t need to add to the number). She doesn&#8217;t have a name yet, though. Any suggestions?

Seeing as how I just finished up colouring the comic she’s in, here’s a background character for the sequel to that scifi comic I made a while back. This is just me trying to figure out her costume and colour scheme - I ended up going with the one on the right, but if she shows up again, I might use the other ones too.

… It might not be immediately obvious, but her design is kinda based on the brown lemur. She’s also continuing the theme of the comic of featuring characters who are NOT straight white men (because there are so many straight white guys in scifi, I don’t need to add to the number).

She doesn’t have a name yet, though. Any suggestions?

First half

… and here’s the second half of the story. … Asa is a firm adherent to the tough-love principle of dealing with other people.

Again, if you enjoyed this, you might also enjoy the comic that started this whole universe - Fathoms of the Sky (excerpts here and here)

Second half


Alright! I said a while back I was working on a comic set in the same world as Fathoms of the Sky (you can read excerpts of that here and here). Waystone is it.


I’m sort of… dipping my toes into the wider world I’ve created, playing with characters and trying out ideas.

(EDIT: Fixed link so that it actually links to the second half)

Sometimes, I take a break from drawing and do crochet instead. I&#8217;ve tried doing scarves and stuff, but lately I&#8217;ve gotten stuck on making fingerless gloves like this one. This was my first time attempting stripes, and they came out looking pretty neat! I used solid-coloured Schulana Macaibo yarn for this - I&#8217;ve really fallen in love with it because it is ridiculously easy to crochet with.Next time, I think I&#8217;ll try to do checkerboard patterns.

Sometimes, I take a break from drawing and do crochet instead. I’ve tried doing scarves and stuff, but lately I’ve gotten stuck on making fingerless gloves like this one. This was my first time attempting stripes, and they came out looking pretty neat!

I used solid-coloured Schulana Macaibo yarn for this - I’ve really fallen in love with it because it is ridiculously easy to crochet with.

Next time, I think I’ll try to do checkerboard patterns.