(Whew, lots today!)
Time for another patrons-only world building post, dear readers! This week, from Mermay day 28 – Snail, we’re taking a look at an extravagant behavior of the royal court during Misu and Mariatu’s time (waaay in the backstory).
And for some catchup!
Time for another patrons-only world building post, dear readers! This week, we’re taking a quick look at the relationship between the Merfolk and the Selkie (from today’s Mermay prompt, featured in the image above).
And for a bit of Mermay catchup:
Day 18, “Pirate”
Featuring Sed, again (as above), in a moment of reflection….. how did she find herself in such a role, I wonder?
Obviously I am several other days behind. My plan is to catch up in a backwards order from here and push forward on the remaining prompts in order.
My attention/inspiration has been captured by other projects the last few days, so progress on this challenge slowed WAY down without me even realizing it. Thanks, always, for your patience and I hope you still look forward to the rest!
Prompt list courtesy of the amazing Maegan Cook.
Time for another patrons-only world building post, dear readers! This week we’re looking at a bit more Mermish history connected to the magic we talked about last week. Inspired by Mermay day 14, “Nerd.”
Aaaaand more Mermay catchup!
(This promo up a day late due to usual life insanity, though the full post was available on time ❤ )
Time for another patrons-only world building post! Based on Mermay day 8 – Witch!
And now for some catchup!
Time for another patrons-only world building post – this time, an update to the Orcish Language Guide, as promised!
(This promo image featuring a certain nonbinary friend of a certain someone, who will be showing up in the comic sooner than I planned….)
Reminders – “Tock the Gnome” is available to read for free both here and on Patreon (where there is much bonus art, story and world-building to boot), so please do check it it out if you haven’t yet! ~ Also, call for artists is still open for “Prints for Pam-a-Lamb.” ~ And prints of my own work, comic books, coloring books and needlefelted OOAK dolls are available anytime on Etsy.