an illustration toward a multi-part assignment around Lewis Carroll’s Jabberwocky poem.
Sir, Control your pink demon.
abstract spring fashion.
the weather’s been lovely these days - finally had time to do some doodling for fun!
Nameless and the Scientist; book 1; The Sky is a Hollow Sea
Softcover| 132 full colour pages | A5 | perfect bound | 20 USD + s/h
This book covers the prologue and first chapter of Nameless and the Scientist. It is a story of beginnings where Nameless saves a raven, creates a labyrinth and meets a Scientist.
I’ll also be selling this book at TCAF in May! Please do drop by for a chat, I’d love to meet you in person if you can make it. (I have also revamped my site http://nameless.ameizhao.com/ where you can read the prologue)
Go buy ! :)
sighs @ own self
my new oc, lecia
seasonal fashion according to me
god i hate summer
Ink and graphite
18 x 40 inches
All but one of these whales is now dead.
Representing the 45 individuals of the southern resident killer whale population that were captured and placed into aquarium facilies around the world. Each is represented as accurately as possible to their true markings.
Moby Doll, the first orca ever captured and put on display 50 years ago, is at the top. Tokitae/Lolita, the only survivor, is at the bottom.
I was given the privilege to draw so many cute catboys lately, courtesy of the lovely miss Vaniraa! *A* Paid to draw homo catboys - that’s how you know life is good.
(Characters belong to commissioner; please do not use.)
I made a little flower pet! They are very quiet and like to sit in the sun.
I swear this will be the last dumb creature for a while, probably. Maybe. Shhhhh.
started this in december.. finally went back and finished it
My second entry for Month of Love! This week’s theme was favorite love story and I gotta say, it was too hard to pick just one out of the twenty some-odd that I came up with.
I always come back to the knight/noble lady trope because I’m cheesy and it’s the best. It’s also a Valentine’s Day image for m’lady (hah) and I because I call her that so often.
Ink and digital.
This color palette - and, dammit, teach me to shapes!