nicolasdelort:

nicolasdelort:

Sorry for clogging up your dash, but as it turns out I have two prints coming out tomorrow!►A Woman’s Courage◄45*60cm (image area 41*55.5)2 layers of black on 100% cotton Arcoprint Edizioni Avorio 300gsm (it’s a nice thick cream colored paper)Signed and numbered edition of 35!50€Goes on sale tomorrow at noon Paris time (GMT+1) through the French Paper Art Club
More info here!

http://www.frenchpaperartclub.com/fr/rien/352-a-woman-s-courage.htmlOn sale now!

Wow wow wow.  This story moment has to be the modern equivalent of, like, The Annunciation, in that every living artist has done a rendition…and yet, this may be my favorite ever.  So spectacular.

nicolasdelort:

nicolasdelort:

Sorry for clogging up your dash, but as it turns out I have two prints coming out tomorrow!

►A Woman’s Courage◄

45*60cm (image area 41*55.5)
2 layers of black on 100% cotton Arcoprint Edizioni Avorio 300gsm (it’s a nice thick cream colored paper)
Signed and numbered edition of 35!
50€

Goes on sale tomorrow at noon Paris time (GMT+1) 
through the French Paper Art Club

More info here!

http://www.frenchpaperartclub.com/fr/rien/352-a-woman-s-courage.html

On sale now!

Wow wow wow.  This story moment has to be the modern equivalent of, like, The Annunciation, in that every living artist has done a rendition…and yet, this may be my favorite ever.  So spectacular.

I want to apologize for being kinda absent recently- it is with SUCH good reason, which I hope to share with you soon!

Here’s D’Artagnan being a brat, and Milady being a saucy bitch.  Know what I love?  Those silly high pockets on Victorian vests- makes for excellent saucy posing to put your hands in your pockets, less so if you want to appear manly but that is not a real concern here

I am getting closer to a final design for both of these guys…it’s funny though, my “final” designs are almost always just a matter of drawing them enough to get them looking like the first time I drew them hahaha

I'm all about Athos and Milady, but what are they all about? Who are they and where did they come from?

@Anonymous

Hey there Anon-

This is great.  This is so great- at least on person has found and liked my dorky art NOT by the novelty of the adaptation, but just by liking, and now they want to know more.

You just made my day, Anon.

Athos and Milady are two characters in a quickly growing adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’s novel The Three Musketeers, only genderbent, and set as a western.  I hope to do something more with the story eventually, and in the meantime, I’m going to keep drawing Milady making out with everything/anything and Athos getting really drunk.  Thanks for the ask!!! <3

Milady, you limey bastard, leave that poor girl alone &#8212; she doesn&#8217;t know any better!

Milady, you limey bastard, leave that poor girl alone — she doesn’t know any better!

Another test, I&#8217;m liking this so far!  Sorry about that, like, bloated necrotic un-hand.  I was done at that point haha
Athos has a hangover, and D&#8217;Artagnan is bugging her about somethingorother.

Another test, I’m liking this so far!  Sorry about that, like, bloated necrotic un-hand.  I was done at that point haha

Athos has a hangover, and D’Artagnan is bugging her about somethingorother.

Just messing around, thinking about a sustainable technique if I wanted to do an actual comic of these guys, which I do want to do, but I don&#8217;t want to jinx myself&#8230;

Just messing around, thinking about a sustainable technique if I wanted to do an actual comic of these guys, which I do want to do, but I don’t want to jinx myself…

I recently started a part-time job to get me out of the house and interacting with other humans.  So far it mostly just reminds me of my extreme social challenges, especially where charming bearded musicians are involved.

I recently started a part-time job to get me out of the house and interacting with other humans.  So far it mostly just reminds me of my extreme social challenges, especially where charming bearded musicians are involved.

Athos and Milady in some good times.  I literally don&#8217;t even know what today&#8217;s prompt is, but the point was for me to draw every day so I guess if I&#8217;m drawing it&#8217;s doing its job hahaha
Incidentally, I think the 1860s might be my favorite period for corsetry.  Aesthetically, that is.  They were all torture devices, but very pretty torture devices indeed.

Athos and Milady in some good times.  I literally don’t even know what today’s prompt is, but the point was for me to draw every day so I guess if I’m drawing it’s doing its job hahaha

Incidentally, I think the 1860s might be my favorite period for corsetry.  Aesthetically, that is.  They were all torture devices, but very pretty torture devices indeed.

Aramis doing her FORMS. 
GET IT?  FORM / FUNCTION IS TODAY&#8217;S CHALLENGE!
Apparently this has evolved into cheap puns instead of actually challenging myself.
I want to apologize to anyone who knows how this sequence actually go- it&#8217;s based off a sheet of poses and I had to make up most of the frames and also I mostly just wanted to draw a bunch of petticoats swishing around.
As a side note, I strongly discourage you from doing any kind of martial arts while corseted.  Not advised.

Aramis doing her FORMS.

GET IT?  FORM / FUNCTION IS TODAY’S CHALLENGE!

Apparently this has evolved into cheap puns instead of actually challenging myself.

I want to apologize to anyone who knows how this sequence actually go- it’s based off a sheet of poses and I had to make up most of the frames and also I mostly just wanted to draw a bunch of petticoats swishing around.

As a side note, I strongly discourage you from doing any kind of martial arts while corseted.  Not advised.