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Welcome to all the artists who recently joined the Fediverse!
If you are an artist and a woman, you may tell me so I can follow you and boost your art. Also, you may want to tag your creations with the hashtag #WomensArt to make it easier for others to find them.
@brainblasted the first that comes to my mind is Assassin's Creed: Origins, which I absolutely enjoyed.
More on the indie side, Virginia is short and a bit weird, but definitely interesting.
(But I feel I should put a disclaimer that I work for the publisher. Suggesting games I worked on is a little awkward in here as I don't want to sound like I am trying to promote our work).
At the start of the pandemic, I started learning bookbinding. I learned from youtube videos and started them from scratch with upcycled material I found at the thrift store near my place. I am particularly proud of myself for creating this last one. It is so cute and small, I love it.
I think I could take a better picture of this if I had a working scanner or a good camera. I feel like this does look better IRL.
Anyway: this is done with alcohol based markers on rough watercolour paper.
You can tell how I miss Finland by the fact that all my abstract landscapes end up being really cold looking forests or lakes.
Vegetarian, whovian, metaller.
Likes cats, tea, videogames, books, art, and pen and paper RPGs.
Supports equal rights.
She / her.
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