Time for another patrons-only world building post!! A bit late for World Building Wednesday, but still.
Inspired by my own thoughts on Elves , Gnomes and Dwarves , this week we’re hearing an Elven take on where the Gnomes of Tock’s world came from.
As it says ❤
Be it Peacenight-time or an Earthen holiday that warms your heart, may your celebrations be joyous and full of Love!
Thanks for following Tock’s tale this year everyone, especially in the face of some massive delays. Your patience and readership truly mean the world to me. Here’s to next year being the best one yet, for all of us!
Missed cross-posting these amidst art challenges and recent show prep, whoops! Thanks for your patience, dear readers.
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Something fun AND Gnomevember-sourced (White Button Mushrooms) in regards to how much these Gnomes value mushrooms, in the face of their usual class division…
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Another Gnomevember-related one – looking at how the Gnomes of Tock’s world use mushrooms for trade!
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Feeling nostalgic for family stuff today due to things going on in my own life, so here’s a look back at young Tock and her parents! Click on each image to enlarge.
Something extra, and extra healing 💚
While I’m working on correcting the Orcish tent issue on previous pages (which takes a lot of tracing/redrawing work I can’t just sit down and do without setting up a specific work station), I’ve been using my daily Tock Time* to finish up some bonus illustrations – which will be available as prints, in interest of my upcoming presence at Gears to Corsets, September 27th to 29th!
So here’s the first of those, featuring Tock, channeling some faerie energy through her primary goddess, Carwen.
*For those of you who don’t know, because of my busy schedule, daily “Tock Time” means at least 15 minutes a day working on the newest page of the comic. Since I work traditionally, this usually means just sitting down with pencils pen and paper and physically creating each page. However, things have been different lately, due to the reasons listed above.