Emergency #commissions post! I have waaay less money than I thought I did, but do have free time for the first time in months! I do these digitally, and provide them as such. 210x210mm, 300dpi, for personal use only.
🖌️ With a background (like the pieces below) - £65
🖌️ Full figures - £40
🖌️ Busts - £30
• Self-employed illustrator
• Cis (he/they)
• Intersectional feminist
• Currently irritatingly nomadic - London/Sweden.
Interests/things I might post about
• Art/the arts
• Star Trek
• Non-Eurocentricity/genuine representation of it in arts/media
• My obsessive art/worldbuilding/poetry project: https://www.instagram.com/oh_hai_ku/
I'm ok at CW stuff but you can lemme know if I'm not
wip comics colouring
This is almost there I think, need to add some highlights and shadows.
Not entirely sure what's going on, I think she's a werewolf queen? I've given her and the mysterious object the same colours as the moon.
(Inks are from 'Ravenous', made available for colouring practice by Fendiin on DeviantArt)
Leftist fantasy question
If capitalism wasn't a thing what kind of work would you do?
* You can do whatever work you want for as long or short as you like.
* Production rate isn't nearly as important as quality work/products.
* Work is not tied to survival in any artificial way. Food still needs to be grown, etc, but no currency or anything.
reverse Monster Hunter where we play as monsters and we attack hunters to protect the environment.
instead of getting better weapons from their skin, we get an improved ecosystem (more animals&plants&clear water etc.) and that makes us stronger. that's the grind, instead of bigger armour you watch your forest flourish more and more. this also attracts worse hunters, creating the difficulty curve.
“What are some good introductions to current HTML and CSS for people?”
@tcannonfodder made this handy resource list.
He's also working on a web template for putting comics online so that people don't have to rely on Wordpress etc (which is something I've dreamed of for years) I'll link it up in another post in the near future.
Quick reminder: I have “internet office hours” for artists that have HTML/CSS/General web questions; if you have any, just reply to this toot!
Last time I put together a guide of some great resources to use for the modern web, based on the tools I use everyday for work https://thomascannon.me/guides/modern-html-and-css-resources
visual accessibility-related things
@accessibleColors - a bot that "gets colours, finds their WCAG contrast ratio" To be honest, I don't think it's always posting 100% accessible colour contrasts, but recommend following for colour palette ideas!
And if you're interested in exploring more about colour contrast for accessibility, this site seems pretty cool:
@PleaseCaption - A bot that'll nudge you if you forget to add a text description to an image on mastodon.
Thread of some free art/art history books put online by the Metropolitan Museum of Art
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