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.
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 “The Perils of World-Building”