Free shipping and 5$ off anything in my Society 6 shop through tomorrow! (through this link) Send me an ask if there’s anything non-fanart that you want me to put up!
Recent commission for Laura ( popismlizzy) of her and her husband Casey and their dog Patton. Went with a bit of a Beatles vibe, because they like music and the Beatles, and love, and… holding hands (I assume).
Anyways. This was a fun one. Thanks Laura!
(Laura and Casey are also photographers-check them out!)
I wasn’t planning on doing Hourly Comics day. But then I woke up and decided to maybe give it a try.
So that’s my day so far. We had mice a few weeks ago. And I have an over active imagination, so that’s what happened last night. For this reason I do not often watch scary movies.
Because there were some comments about it… Some close-ups of the details. I love painting details. And Rainbow’s books are full of excellent ones. (In my headcanon Levi turned the busts like that. He ships it.)
And thanks for all the nice comments, friends, You all are lovely :)
Q:Hey Simini -- I actually have the funds right now to buy some of your art, yay! Do you think you could add the galaxy bikini girl print to your Society6 shop so I could order it? If it's not possible, please let me know anyway. Thank you!
I recently illustrated a quote for Goodreads,as part of their monthly YA newsletter (sent out today- also contained an interview with the amazing Rainbow Rowell ). I was excited to work with them… because I love books, and Goodreads, and especially YA. And then they gave me the quote and said do something with books and food. Well. Heaven.
I may have to go back to some parts of the unused sketches, I enjoyed doing them so much.
As you’ve probably heard, Society6 is extending it’s sale. If you use this link you can get free shipping and $5 off through December 8th. I only just set it up to try it out so there’s only two in there. But, if there’s a piece that you’d like, that is not fan art, send me an ask and I can probably add it.
Here’s my full piece for the "6 Degrees" postcard show at Light Grey Art Lab. The idea was to do something local, or something personal about our evironments. At the time, I had just made the move from Manhattan to Queens and I wanted to paint some the things I like best about my new neighborhood- like the row houses that all seem to have their own personality, and the way people seem to actual know each other or have lived here for years. Very different from where I was last year.
The show opens December 5th, and prints are available here along with work from a bunch of other great artists. Check it out! Special sale this weekend for the holiday.