life of an artist
happy earth day friends
this is…the best possible use of this particular gif.
spoiledchestnut said: I love your style so much, it’s really gorgeous <333
thanks ;u; at least someone does lol >u>;;;
Edward makes an appearance once more ! (the black haired satyr/ fawn)
and some creepy bird headed people
i’m trying to upload more of my sketches at once so i would feel more motivated to scan the rest since i have nothing to post….
a picture i did a while back that i am rather fond off
inspired by Beardsley work (bottom image)
i actually have done so many sculpture commissions but somehow i never post any pictures????
these aren’t all but just my favourite ones for one reason or another
(one of these i actually convinced the commissioner to leave it naked because i thought it looked super nice LMAO)
” Sophie , you’re beautiful! “
#no but like #you don’t understand how important and meaningful sophie’s arc in this movie is #she starts out hating herself because she believes herself to be ugly and dumb#then she’s turned into an old hag and promptly loses most of her insecurities because she no longer has to care about being beautiful #then we find out the curse weakens whenever she is being strong and it shows her real self underneath #which means the curse is mostly self-inflicted and not done by the witch of the waste #sophie curses herself because it is easier for her #but because she starts to see that she is important to people and others love her #she grows out of it and finally is able to stand up for others #and break her own curse #and get some fucking shit done #sophie is my hero and my gpoy always
In the book, Sophie possess a certain kind of magical power - she makes things real by saying them. She can lay spells just by saying them. When she made hats, and she told a hat that it would make a rich young man fall in love with it, a rich young man fell in love with the woman who bought it. When she told a hat it would make some woman look beautiful, everyone knew the mayor’s wife looked positively radiant in it. It’s what drew the Witch to her hat shop in the first place. When she cursed out a bucket of plant food, it turned to potent weed killer. When she told herself she might as well be an old woman, when she told herself she was doomed to fail, when she told herself she was plain and boring and no one would ever notice her, no one did.
When Howl tried to break the spell on Sophie, and he tried many times, he always failed. Not because his magic was less powerful than the Witch’s, but because it was less powerful than Sophie’s.
Decription: This fascinating black & white illustration by Lenoir entitled “Le Monstre” is as baffling as it is intricate. On the right panel, we see worshipping supplicants, bearing gifts of gold and flower blossoms. On the left, faces of the pleading and suffering stare out at the stone-faced, bare-breasted woman shown center. While she clasps the necks of twin roosters held aloft by crazed felines, a variety of writing serpents slither around her feet, feeding on other fowl. Above, a embellished take on the German coat of arms crowns her head.