Empowered, that is, using the magic of her god. Half of an unfinished sketch showing her and a priest of another deity. For more on the religion of these Gnomes, see here.
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Finishing up some work on an illustration with Tock, Onna, and other important characters that will eventually be significant to them. Which you’ll find out about if you keep reading <3
Wanted to finish up something quick for this day of awesomeness. Be proud and free, everyone <3
Hi everyone, I just put “Tock the Gnome” up on Patreon.
The way I post things here isn’t going to change – I still plan on adding new pages as I make them, but now, if you pledge at the Patreon site you’ll get more bonus images, information, story bits, etc. than you would normally.
So thanks for reading always and please consider supporting the project. The more funds I get, the more pages i should be able to make, and the closer I am to a book.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,300 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 55 trips to carry that many people.
Hey everyone. Here’s a little something while I’m finishing up work on page 57:
Obviously Tock and the Orc Lady (who will be properly named in the next page, finally). Behind them there will be two other pairs of characters from the world’s history, who’s actions will have affected Tock’s quest, though she has no idea of that (yet).
And that’s all I can say about that for now <3
Hoping to have the next page up this week, as well as a Holiday drawing as usual by the end of the month. Not sure if that will be all for 2014, but we’ll see. Thanks for reading. You’re lovely!
Work in progress from the next page, of how I draw the Orc Lady’s hair. Takes some time and focus, but very worth it.