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Hello and welcome to my art blog. It's me, Snuff, you may know me from my terrible personal blog. This blog, however, is art only. So, I'd give you my art tag but you know, kind of fruitless. All my dorky fanart will be posted exclusively on my personal blog. Anyway, feel free to direct any questions or whatever at me, I'm always excited to talk.

After much deliberation, and kicking myself, finally I can show you the finished product of my ‘Phantom in Persia’ costume design.
I read Susan Kay’s Phantom a couple month’s ago and have been fussing over a design for a magician costume for Erik for far too long, now.
A great deal of inspiration taken from Erte and Bakst. If you dig costume design you have to check them out.
I’m thinking I want to do Nadir next, and then maybe the Khanum.

After much deliberation, and kicking myself, finally I can show you the finished product of my ‘Phantom in Persia’ costume design.

I read Susan Kay’s Phantom a couple month’s ago and have been fussing over a design for a magician costume for Erik for far too long, now.

A great deal of inspiration taken from Erte and Bakst. If you dig costume design you have to check them out.

I’m thinking I want to do Nadir next, and then maybe the Khanum.

— 13 hours ago with 19 notes
#Susan Kay  #Phantom of the Opera  #The rosy hours of mazanderan  #Persia  #Erte  #Costume Design  #Illustration  #Phantom 
Sorry it’s been so long! I’ve been teaching myself to use a tablet, and this is the first thing I’ve ever produced with it. Hopefully I’ll get faster the more I use it, and of course I’ve been messing with some other stuff as well.
This is my Dungeon’s and Dragons character, Aldrick, a Tiefling Warlock. Pictured here being uncharacteristically friendly after imbibing in excess.
More to come!

Sorry it’s been so long! I’ve been teaching myself to use a tablet, and this is the first thing I’ve ever produced with it. Hopefully I’ll get faster the more I use it, and of course I’ve been messing with some other stuff as well.

This is my Dungeon’s and Dragons character, Aldrick, a Tiefling Warlock. Pictured here being uncharacteristically friendly after imbibing in excess.

More to come!

— 1 month ago with 6 notes
#dungeons and dragons  #tiefling  #warlock  #star pact  #nerd stuff  #art 
New Tea Towel for Vestiges! New England theme!
Sorry it’s been forever since I put any art up. Time to get back on the horse!

New Tea Towel for Vestiges! New England theme!

Sorry it’s been forever since I put any art up. Time to get back on the horse!

— 1 month ago with 6 notes
#tea towel  #new england  #product design  #illustrated map  #illustration 

I made some little acrylic/watercolor paintings and then added backgrounds digitally. Scanned paper and some lineart.

So um, yeah, this is pretty embarrassing. Does anybody remember Mina and the Count?

I am such trash.

— 3 months ago with 17 notes
#mina and the count  #vlad  #mina  #fanart  #acrylic  #no i did not give the vlad portrait the file name of vampire boyfurendo why would you ask that 
Tea towel design for the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum! This was my first paid freelance piece, so that’s pretty exciting!
This version is not the one the client ultimately went with, I ended up changing the border and some other things for them, but this is the version I’m most happy with.

Tea towel design for the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum! This was my first paid freelance piece, so that’s pretty exciting!

This version is not the one the client ultimately went with, I ended up changing the border and some other things for them, but this is the version I’m most happy with.

— 4 months ago with 12 notes
#minnesota landscape arboretum  #arboretum  #illustrated map  #minnesota  #botanical  #illustration 

mcadsb:

Hannah Culbert, MCAD Spring 2014 Commencement Exhibition

Photos of my senior project, The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh!

Thanks MCAD SB! :)

— 4 months ago with 14 notes
#the stolen bairn and the sidh  #mcad  #illustration  #product design  #sidh 
Portrait. 10.5” by 14”, Watercolor and acrylic ink.
This is my last piece ever as an MCADs student, I guess. Pretty weird.
I haven’t worked traditionally on a final piece since Tools of the Trade, I think, so this was kind of an experiment. I’m pretty happy with how it turned out. :)

Portrait. 10.5” by 14”, Watercolor and acrylic ink.

This is my last piece ever as an MCADs student, I guess. Pretty weird.

I haven’t worked traditionally on a final piece since Tools of the Trade, I think, so this was kind of an experiment. I’m pretty happy with how it turned out. :)

— 5 months ago with 65 notes
#mcad  #illustrated notebook  #alligator  #lotus  #swamp  #art  #illustration 

Portraits - Illustrated Notebook. Lower left one sort of turned out to be Warthrop from The Monstrumologist. Not entirely unintentionally.

Watercolor + ink + coloured pencil.

— 5 months ago with 18 notes
#the monstrumologist  #warthrop  #portrait  #alligator  #object head  #illustration 
Swamp Folk
Ink plus digital color. Random nouns selected from ‘The Great Swamp Mystery’, incorporated into one illustration. Composition inspired by Scandinavian folk art.

Swamp Folk

Ink plus digital color. Random nouns selected from ‘The Great Swamp Mystery’, incorporated into one illustration. Composition inspired by Scandinavian folk art.

— 5 months ago with 20 notes
#swamp  #botanical  #snake  #amber  #scandinavian folk art  #illustration 
I redid one of the patterns for my senior project because I wasn’t quite happy with it.
Clover, thorn, foxglove and mushrooms. 
Accompanying illustration.
More from this series in my The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh tag.

I redid one of the patterns for my senior project because I wasn’t quite happy with it.

Clover, thorn, foxglove and mushrooms.

Accompanying illustration.

More from this series in my The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh tag.

— 6 months ago with 3 notes
#pattern  #botanical  #floral  #clover  #the stolen bairn and the sidh  #illustration  #art 
The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh - Part 2 - The Hidden Path

The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh is a Scottish folk tale about a young, single mother who’s baby is stolen by faerie folk called the Sidh. Using her wits and determination, she sets out to get her child back.
"All the gold of the Sidh cannot buy the cloak," said the lass. "But it has its price…" "Tell me then!" cried the Sidh woman, dancing with impatience. "Whate’er its price you shall have it!" "Take me with you into the Sidhean and you shall have the cloak," the lass said. "Give me the cloak!" said the fairy, Stretching her hand out eagerly. "I’ll take you in."
Accompanying pattern.
More from this series in my The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh tag.

The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh - Part 2 - The Hidden Path

The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh is a Scottish folk tale about a young, single mother who’s baby is stolen by faerie folk called the Sidh. Using her wits and determination, she sets out to get her child back.

"All the gold of the Sidh cannot buy the cloak," said the lass. "But it has its price…" "Tell me then!" cried the Sidh woman, dancing with impatience. "Whate’er its price you shall have it!" "Take me with you into the Sidhean and you shall have the cloak," the lass said. "Give me the cloak!" said the fairy, Stretching her hand out eagerly. "I’ll take you in."

Accompanying pattern.

More from this series in my The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh tag.

— 6 months ago with 9 notes
#the stolen bairn and the sidh  #faerie  #horned owl  #forest  #celtic  #illustration  #art 
The last pattern from my senior project, (unless you count that I’m redoing one of the other patterns) The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh!
Bracken, Cowslips and Harebell. Plus will o’ wisps.
Cowslips, also known as prim roses, represent a link between the human and faerie world. Harebell is a sacred plant to faeries, and it’s very bad luck to step on it. Bracken are just ferns. But whoa, did you know that bracken meant ferns? Crazy, right? I always thought it was some sort of thorny bush.
Check out my The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh tag for more.

The last pattern from my senior project, (unless you count that I’m redoing one of the other patterns) The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh!

Bracken, Cowslips and Harebell. Plus will o’ wisps.

Cowslips, also known as prim roses, represent a link between the human and faerie world. Harebell is a sacred plant to faeries, and it’s very bad luck to step on it. Bracken are just ferns. But whoa, did you know that bracken meant ferns? Crazy, right? I always thought it was some sort of thorny bush.

Check out my The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh tag for more.

— 6 months ago with 13 notes
#botanical  #primrose  #harebell  #will o' wisp  #the stolen bairn and the sidh  #illustration  #pattern