Here’s a quick sketch I did last night, despite being exhausted:
Continuing again with the Norse/Asatru/Heathen theme:
Completed this painting last night. Based on a tattoo I saw in a photograph: Did the background last month with acrylic and glitter. Didn’t know which direction to go until recently. It’s a pity the scan doesn’t show the true beauty of this piece. From what I understand, this tattoo is based on an ancient…
I illustrated a sequential art story written by horror artist extraordinaire Nicolas Caesar. It’s an awesome comic book anthology featuring many great artists and writers. So what are you waiting for? It debuted at the APE show in San Fransisco recently, in which the books sold out. A new batch is being printed as we…
Here’s my latest illustration. Continuing with the Asatru influence. In the background of this piece, you can also see the Yggdrasil tree. To quote Wikipedia (yeah, I know, but bear with me) Yggdrasill is an immense tree that is central in Norse cosmology on which the nine worlds existed. In case you’re interested, I’m creating…
The ‘Gnostic Three of Swords’ illustration has been posted again on two more blogs. I’m really grateful for the support and mention. Here are the links: http://womenesoterica.blogspot.com/2012/10/artist-michele-witchipoo-three-of-swords.html http://alienartgenre.blogspot.com/2012/10/artist-michele-witchipoo-three-of-swords.html Thanks once again to Regan Lee. http://womenesoterica.blogspot.com/ http://alienartgenre.blogspot.com/ http://ufomary.blogspot.com/
Comicbook reviewer and journalist Richard Vasseur was gracious enough to interview me on the Jazma Online Forum website. You can read the interview here: http://forums.jazmaonline.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=4894 Thanks again to Richard for conducting the interview.
Someone liked my my Gnostic Three of Swords illustration so much, it was posted on the UFO-Mary blog. You can check it out here: http://ufomary.blogspot.com/2012/10/michele-witchipoo.html
Started sketching again. Mixing tarot card imagery and Christian Gnosticism, this was the result. Gnostic three of swords.
Here’s something I drew late last night: “Well-being I won and wisdom too. I grew and took joy in my growth: From a word to a word, I was let to a word, From a deed to another deed.” – Anonymous, The Poetic Edda