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The Air Mage

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the air mage by kelci crawford

This little illustration was therapeutic to make for me, because this week has been nothing but hair-fluffing angst (I had a Twitter rant about it, but long-story short: I had to ban a bad player from my Dungeons & Dragons group).

Now, what surprises me is when I share art like this, some folks will say this is made with watercolors. It isn’t. This is Copic markers – my favorite art tool in the history of ever.

Expect a mini-print soon on Storenvy featuring this little pixie of a mage. You can check out the Fire Mage and Water Mage in this post.

Next up…EARTH.

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Review Day Tuesday: House Girls and Mare Internum

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Today’s vlog is all about comparing House Girls to Mare Internum, and why I think House Girls succeeds on more levels.

You can read House Girls on the Stela app for iOS, where it updates weekly, and read Mare Internum online. Read both and decide for yourself which one you like.

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The Perils of World-Building

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the final page of johnson and sir
Ah, the final page of Johnson & Sir.

The other day I was on YouTube, and I came across this video about world-building. It starts out innocent enough, talking about world-building and how it applies to Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, etc…

But then it suddenly takes a left turn and talks about world-building and its use in politics, and I thought, “THIS IS NOT WHAT I WANTED.”

This guy talked about the perils of world-building in politics instead of the perils of it in literature, and I am MUCH more interested in the latter. So that’s what I’ll be talking about today. Continue reading →