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26 June 2012 @ 09:12 pm

Pratchett Palooza

So here's exciting news for Melbourne based fans -- Dymocks Melbourne have decided to rename July as Pratchett Palooza and are holding a month of discworld related events!  This includes a fanfic and fanart competition, a bake off -- Nanny Ogg style, trivia, games and more!  All the details are on their facebook page


Be sure and check it out if you are in the neighbourhood!
09 August 2011 @ 02:02 pm
"Innocent Man"
Character(s): Carcer
Spoilers?: Possibly a very small one for Night Watch.
Rating: PG-ish for blood
Link (or lj-cut):  on dA
Would you like constructive comments? Yes, in a things-to-do-better-in-future sense.  Also no, in a things-to-change-about-this-specific-picture sense.
Is this a WIP (Work In Progress)? No
24 March 2011 @ 11:55 pm
To avoid repeating myself too much, I'll just point you to this post over on my LiveJournal. Suffice it to say, there is now a Twoflower amigurumi and he's pretty cute, if I do say so myself. There was also a late addition of a cardstock iconograph. You can download the psd file and have a whack at making your own iconograph, as well.
09 March 2009 @ 08:32 pm
And me without a Discworld icon... D:

Character(s): Susan... and possibly Susan's hair.
Spoilers?: No
Rating: So G it could hurt...
Link (or lj-cut): Click me! I could bite!
Would you like constructive comments? Yes
Is this a WIP (Work In Progress)? No
Notes: Done traditionally in watercolor&gouache with some inking (Faber-Castel 'sepia' set) and then fixed up a la Photoshop. I find drawing Discworld characters to be a daunghting task, but I do hope to do more of these... portrait things. I drew this while reading Hogfather, if that matters any.
31 January 2009 @ 04:07 pm
Calling all artists and Discworld fans! Over on deviantART the Discworld guild, of which I am joint guild leader,is hosting a new contest.

The contest:

Create a new piece of Discworld fan art that encompasses the feel of the Discworld Novels and will make an appropriate image for our guild's welcome page. It can be any visual media you choose, from pencil and paint, to crayon and costumes; as long as its Discworld related, and you think it will look good on our main page. The winning piece will be the feature deviation for the A-Discworld-Guild for at least one year (probably longer).

Here is the link to the journal

We want as many entries as we can get, all of the details are over on the guild's page (the link above). In order to enter you must have a dA account and be a member of A-discworld-guild.
30 December 2008 @ 08:41 pm
Character(s): none
Spoilers?: none
Rating: G
Would you like constructive comments? yes
Is this a WIP (Work In Progress)? no
Notes: paper (cut with scissors)

( What do you see in the flake? )
14 November 2008 @ 12:07 pm
Hi, I'm new here!
These are Carrot and Angua of the Watch.

Characters: Carrot and Angua
Spoilers?:Perhaps for Thud
Rating: PG, for bare thighs:)
Link: Coppers
Would you like constructive comments?: Yep.
Is this a WIP (Work In Progress)?: Don't know yet.

02 October 2008 @ 10:37 pm
Characters: Everyone's favorite ANTHROPOMORPHIC PERSONIFICATION. In lineart-sy form.
Spoilers: no.
Rating: G
Constructive comments: Why not?
WIP: Nope. I'm done for now. I may try some different coloring techniques/papers later on.
Link: Deviant Art or My Website
15 September 2008 @ 03:12 pm
Characters: Everyone's favorite ANTHROPOMORPHIC PERSONIFICATION.
Spoilers: no.
Rating: G
Constructive comments: Why not?
WIP: Nope. I'm done with this iteration.
Notes: Yay, for once, I managed to remember to scan in the pencil work lineart, do computer lineart, and preserve the original lineart for future experimentation. I usually think of that cunning approach AFTER it's too late and I'm just sitting there, wishing I had an easy way to print off the lineart and try another coloring method. And for some crazy reason, I thought Death looked kinda cute with a cleft in his chin.
Link: stacieyates.deviantart.com/art/Death-Computer-Color-98042079 or http://www.bulgarianbonbon.com/fanart/DeathComputerColor.htm