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Golden Rose 01

I am really proud of this one, but it was a lot of work!

I applied a glossy three-dimensional effect on the design and the flowers -- I will get a better picture of that next time I am in the studio -- then gilded over the roses with foil leaf. I added silver leaf to the straps, too. And, finally, I gave it a real cloth lining in red satin.

All of that makes it sound way less complicated than it actually was.

The best thing about it is that it's for sale on Etsy!

See more here! )

It is the most luxurious of the rose boxes I've done so far, and the price increase reflects that (also reflects the fact that I haven't raised the prices on my boxes for years).

Golden Rose 08

I'm running a special on Etsy!

Buy this box and get a free pirate map and envelope! Both handmade and ribboned and awesome! Normally a $23 package.
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I painted this ages ago so it's probably cheating a little to present it for TIMT, but I like having stuff to show you, and the AC box won't be lined for another day or two.

It's also for sale over on Etsy!

Sunshine 01

Sunshine 02

Egyptian 01

I had so much fun writing the copy for this one:

"Entek Hetchetch-tu" translates to "Thou Art My Sunshine," and with its cheerful color scheme and super-cute baby winged cobra, this box looks like something out of an Egyptian princess' sun-drenched bedroom.

The winged cobra, symbol of Uadjet, patron goddess of Lower Egypt, spreads her little wings on the top, and khepera beetles roll along all four sides. The inside is the same silky gold as the exterior accents.

Measured across the lid, this box is 5" x 5", it's 3.5" high, and the interior measures 4.5" x 4.5" x 2", enough to hold most any small treasure. The snake on top may look cute, but don't let that fool you. She's fully armed, and ready to protect the royal jewels. Or your embalming resins and spices. Organ storage is not recommended. Comes with an afterlifetime guarantee that you will always think it is cute as hell.

Admit it. You have always wanted dancing dung beetles in your bedroom.

Note: I did use this to store incense cones for, like, a really long time, so it smells . . . authentic. Not baby cobra authentic -- they smell like maple sugar -- but authentically . . . like a box that was used to hold incense?
naamah_darling: Picture of a treasure chest with a skull and crossbones on top. My art! (Artistic)
So, The assassin's seal box I posted about here is coming along. I've got all but the final topcoat on, and after that it's several weeks of drying followed by putting the lining in. That is a crazy long time to wait for pictures! So I thought I would show it off a little now.

Assassin's Creed Box Crackle Finish Detail

It's had its antiquing treatment, and if you click through you can see the crackle finish with the black patina rubbed in. The pic is a little blurry, sorry.

Assassin's Creed Box Back With Crackle Finish

The back. The front has the same design on it with the eagle done in red. Of course now that I'm almost done and it is too late to fix it, I can see how to solve the problem I was having with the bird's head and body. Ugh.

But wait, there's more!

Here's the other thing I've been working on:

Gilded Rose Box Sneak Peek

It's another tattoo/pirates/roses box, this time with gold roses. Like, that is gold leaf. (Okay. Imitation gold leaf.) It has a matte finish on the wood and a high-gloss, slightly raised finish on the design, which is a really interesting effect. The roses are built up and then gilt over. All that's left is the outlining and putting silver leaf on the straps going up the sides, then deciding what color to line it in. Probably red.

I am going to sell it. On the one hand, it's experimental and the gold leaf may eventually tarnish or crack. On the other, it took an insanely long time and I may never do another like it because, Jesus, who needs the headache? So I have no freakin' idea what to charge.

It is going to look awesome, though.
naamah_darling: Picture of a treasure chest with a skull and crossbones on top. My art! (Artistic)
Thursday! Finally! Been waiting to show y'all this one!

First, the business stuff: this one was a custom job, and is sold. Also, despite needing the money, I'm not taking commissions. It's too stressful. I am still working, and will have stuff available to buy soon, though.

On to the pretty!

The client requested a tentacular variation on my usual rose and skull tattoo flash boxes, and wanted me to give the skull a sugar skull treatment. It worked to bring the green and fiery orange together, I think.

Orange Roses and Tentacles 01

It looks like it's poking its dimples or something. I think it's adorable. I'm sorry I couldn't get the gold tooth in; I wanted to but it didn't look right. Alas.

More back here! )

Orange Roses and Tentacles 10

And so forth.

I think I outdid myself on this one. There's things I'd fix or do differently if I'd had time, but it needed to go out. And it did, and it's at its new home, and now I am sharing the pictures with you! Enjoy!

I am throwing this up here because we are taking Etrigan von Asshole to the vet tomorrow to be evaluated for asthma and/or other nasties. We aren't sure what the final tally will be but it will most likely be more than I have in the bank. I'll be making a larger post about this later, but in the meantime if you are pleased by the shinies, throw a dollar his way. Paypal is evil, yes, but Sped needs the help.





naamah_darling: Picture of a treasure chest with a skull and crossbones on top. My art! (Artistic)
So, after THAT downer, here's something unabashedly all about the fucking coolness.

Awesome as F*** 01

I wasn't sure the gilding would work, and almost didn't do it because it looked so kickass before.

Here's what it looked like before the gilding:

assassin box top sneak peek

I really do think it looks even more awesome now.

Awesome as F*** 02

I plan on using it to hold the THOUSAND TINY SHARDS OF MY BROKEN HEART now that the Ezio games have wrapped.

I don't fangirl over many things, and don't commit fan art very often, but when I do, I GILD THE SHIT OUT OF IT.

I am showing you this puppy before it gets put away for, like, eight weeks, because I'm about to apply the same crackle finish I used on my playing card box. I really want to have it ready for Thing I Made Thursday this week, but there's no way that's happening. That stuff takes for-e-ver to dry, which is why I will never, ever, ever use it on a commission.

But!

When this comes out the other side, it will look so kickass that innocent onlookers will go home and discover that they have my footprint on their backsides. And in the middle of my footprint is the assassin seal.

I am, however, already trying to decide what to put in the photo shoot with it. I don't have a hidden blade, alas. Ideas? I do have a lot of feathers.
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This box is reserved, but if you want me to let you know IF it becomes available, go ahead and comment here.

This one is a variation on the roses/pirate/tattoo theme, using essentially the same as the red one I posted a couple of weeks ago, only with bright blue roses instead of red. (The red one is still available, by the way.)

Blue Rose Box 01

Click for more! )

Blue Rose Box 10

I corrected the only real flaw with the first one, which was the lack of roses on the front. It worked with the red roses, because the hearts are all red, too, but it never would have worked with the blue. I needed to carry it over on the front.

I think it looks great!

Not much else to say about this one except that I love it. I might try purple, next. Or yellow. But probably purple.
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New style of box up on Etsy!

Orange-Lined Card Box 01

The design is from a 16th-century German playing card. The deck has books as one of the suits, and it's pretty awesome.

I have done three of these. This is the first I've offered for sale, and the first look y'all have had of it. This box, instead of the usual simple felt lining, has a full woven cloth lining. Look through the pics to see how awesome it is!

More pics this way! )

And you can buy it!

But wait! There's more!

Antiqued Card Box 06

One of the more awesome prop setups I've done, IMO.

This is the one I experimented on, and which I am keeping. It is so awesome.

YET MORE AWESOME. )

Anyway.

So that's Thing I Made Thursday, hopefully back on track for a good long while.
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Vintage-tattoo-flash-inspired pirate treasure box is available on Etsy.

Lord, you guys, this one's pretty. I so wasn't expecting to like it this much.

This is the one I was talking about earlier, that's a departure from my usual style. It was fun. Because of the roses and the tattoo-like style, this one has a kind of romance to it I find rather adorable.

Tattoo Flash Rose Box 08

Detail of the side. Love this shot!

Tattoo Flash Rose Box 01

The banner across the front (which I really need to get a clearer picture of) says "Give Nothing Back." Or "Give Back Nothing," depending on how you read it. But it's supposed to be the former.

More back here! Really lovely shots. )

Tattoo Flash Rose Box 05

Awww, so pretty!

Again, these turned out more yellowy than I would have liked, but I think they look okay overall. Verdict: proud.

Again, it's available on Etsy! If you feel like tweeting it or liking it on Facebook, please do. Even if folks don't have the money to buy it, they favorite stuff, put stuff in treasuries, and fave my store, and all together that's a huge boost to exposure.

In other news, I think my new artistic motto is just going to have to be "Not cheap, wasn't easy." Whatever that is in Latin.
naamah_darling: Picture of a treasure chest with a skull and crossbones on top. My art! (Artistic)
Thing I Made Thursday returns, hopefully to stick around for a while!

New boxes are up on my Etsy!

Large pirate chest!

Mini pirate chest!

I'm very proud of this little set. They're available separately or together. Pricey, yes, but these are the ones that took so long because I was building them up layer by layer.

I got some nasty old rope that nobody wanted from my dad, and borrowed an old tackle block, and they both look great. The textures are so fantastic. This is the best set of pictures I've shot in a long, long time. I did nothing to these at all except crop a couple of them. I'm quite proud.

Large Pirate Chest 01

Matched set of pirate treasure chests! LOTS of pics! )

Pirate Box Pair 05

Just as an FYI, because I'm having to turn down some folks, I'm not taking commissions for anything but map boxes, pirate boxes, maps, and possibly wands. Nothing involving lots of drafting and so forth. I'm just not confident in my ability to turn out, and I'm still trying to get back into doing more art. I can't afford to fall off the horse. Literally. I need the money. A blow to my confidence right now would be bad.

In light of the money thing, I'll throw the links at you again.

Here's the big one, and here's the little one!

Thanks for looking, and I hope you enjoyed the pics!
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Thing I Made Thursday returns, hopefully to stick around for a while!

New boxes are up on my Etsy!

Large pirate chest!

Mini pirate chest!

I'm very proud of this little set. They're available separately or together. Pricey, yes, but these are the ones that took so long because I was building them up layer by layer.

I got some nasty old rope that nobody wanted from my dad, and borrowed an old tackle block, and they both look great. The textures are so fantastic. This is the best set of pictures I've shot in a long, long time. I did nothing to these at all except crop a couple of them. I'm quite proud.

Large Pirate Chest 01

Matched set of pirate treasure chests! LOTS of pics! )

Pirate Box Pair 05

Just as an FYI, because I'm having to turn down some folks, I'm not taking commissions for anything but map boxes, pirate boxes, maps, and possibly wands. Nothing involving lots of drafting and so forth. I'm just not confident in my ability to turn out, and I'm still trying to get back into doing more art. I can't afford to fall off the horse. Literally. I need the money. A blow to my confidence right now would be bad.

In light of the money thing, I'll throw the links at you again.

Here's the big one, and here's the little one!

Thanks for looking, and I hope you enjoyed the pics!
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Finished another box this week, a small pirate chest inspired by vintage tattoo flash. I've never done anything in that style before because in general it's a little too modern, and the subculture and era it implies don't resonate with me in any meaningful way. But it's a fun style to work in, as I discovered, and the finished product looks really good for a first attempt. I'm looking forward to putting up pictures and maybe doing more like it. It's a popular style, at any rate, so I shouldn't have trouble finding a home for it, even if I'm going to be pricing it considerably higher than the other pirate chests due to the amount of detail.

Having basically become nocturnal, I'm having trouble getting anything done that needs to be done outside under the light of the flaming hatestar. That includes taking pictures in natural light. I'm getting bored with the style of pictures I usually take. I still like it and am satisfied with the results, but I'd really like to do something different now and then, and I just don't have the resources to do as much of that as I'd like. If I could get a thin wood veneer to go over my shooting table to make it look like a real table, then get about six linear feet of old, cool-looking books, that'd be a start.

That's the aggravating thing about being an independent artist. Fucking everything is up to you, from bookkeeping to taking and editing pictures. I've had to learn to do so much stuff I'd never have had to mess with otherwise. And I'm really happy that I've had that opportunity, I'm glad to have the experience, but the thing I don't like is that these things are not optional things I can do for fun, they are things that must be done, and they take time. The other thing I don't like is that these things take money. Lighting and so forth. I don't even have a DSLR camera, I'm just working my PowerShot for all it's worth. And some days, I am just fucking tired, and would like to delegate things.

I'm trying to paint another glass-topped box sort of like this one, and discovered something deeply unpleasant and embarrassing. All those lovely gradients I used to do on my boxes? People used to be all like "Hey, how do you DO that? Because acrylics aren't supposed to be ABLE to do that!" And I was always all like "It's not really that hard. It's just getting the steps in the right order and getting the paint to the right consistency."

Yeah, well, that was many years ago, and now I find I've forgotten how to do it. I've lost my touch. I spent an hour trying and couldn't get a goddamn 3" x 5" area evenly faded from black to red. I can't get the paint right. Annoying and embarrassing. I'm pretty sure it'll come back if I keep practicing, but until then, I'm going to be annoyed for the rest of the day every time I try to do it. It's less than ideal, but I have to admit, it's also rather funny.

On the bright side, I finished a 100 days, 100 words, 100 ficlets challenge. (I really hate the word "drabble," despite its amusing origin and its utility. It sounds like drab + dribble, and those are two things that I don't want my fiction to bring to mind.) Nobody will ever see the results but me, but I proved to myself that I could do it, and I'm proud of myself. And it let me spend time with my imaginary people, which is never a bad thing.
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Here's the first, a treasure chest with a ghostly skull design and a really intense three-dimensional (new technique!) faux verdigris finish on the straps!

Chest 04

And here's the second, a nice little map box in a colonial maple finish!

Map Box 10

SO MANY more below here! )

They are both up on Etsy!

High Seas pirate treasure chest! This is the one with the verdigris finish.

Expedition keepsake box!
naamah_darling: The letter M over a seven-pointed star. (Morningstar Hall)
I have a pirate treasure map box up on Etsy!



More pics back here! )

I think this one came out amazingly well. It's way, way more impressive in person. It's also the largest one I've done.

Again, it's available on Etsy!

Plz to read the notes on this one. Shipping is an estimate, it may be slightly more than that depending on what arbitrary stupid crap the post office decides to pull THIS time. Also, this is a display/storage chest, not one to carry around like a handbag. The latch on the front moves very freely, which means it's easier to open than most of these, but also less secure for carrying around. (As in, it will fall open.)
naamah_darling: The letter M over a seven-pointed star. (Morningstar Hall)
I have a pirate treasure map box up on Etsy!



More pics back here! )

I think this one came out amazingly well. It's way, way more impressive in person. It's also the largest one I've done.

Again, it's available on Etsy!

Plz to read the notes on this one. Shipping is an estimate, it may be slightly more than that depending on what arbitrary stupid crap the post office decides to pull THIS time. Also, this is a display/storage chest, not one to carry around like a handbag. The latch on the front moves very freely, which means it's easier to open than most of these, but also less secure for carrying around. (As in, it will fall open.)
naamah_darling: Picture of a treasure chest with a skull and crossbones on top. My art! (Artistic)
These have been in my Flickr stream for a long time, but unless you follow me there, you won't have seen them. Since I spent all this week working on something absolutely incredible that I can't actually show you yet -- and holy crap, is that ever frustrating! -- I'm sharing them with you for Thing I Made Thursday, which is now in its second month of being late but awesome!

I gave this box to my mom for Christmas in '99. It's special for a number of reasons, and one of them is that it was the first box I ever painted.

Those of you comparatively new to my journal won't have seen the sort of boxes I used to paint; entries about them are accessible through LJ tags, and the sets are up on my Flickr page.

This is what started it all. Everything else sort of followed.

Ivory Box 01

This is still one of the more powerful and personal entries I have ever written. In it, I refer to the class I took the day I met Sargon, a class at an SCA event, teaching a quick and dirty version of how to paint a faux ivory box. (I still wonder who taught that class, because I would love to thank them and tell them the story.)

When I was casting about for something to make my mom for Christmas, I found this unpainted wooden box at the craft store and liked the look of it immediately. I remembered the class and snatched the box up, not sure what I was going to paint, but knowing I wanted to use that technique.

More pics back here. )

Ivory Box 09

This was among the pictures my mom kept in the box: a rather startlingly pretty picture of her in her late teens.

As I said, this was the first one I ever did and, oddly, I've never done another like it, with that faux ivory finish. It's beautiful, and while you can see that my technique was still developing, I did a pretty good job on it. It's not as sleek and polished as, say, the Summer Dragon box, but I think the sort of unrefined look complements the subjects. I've always been very happy with it, and I still am today.

I thought you might enjoy seeing this in lieu of the other thing I'm working on, which I cannot complete until my special varnish has arrived and been thoroughly tested on something slightly less irreplaceable. Hopefully next week!
naamah_darling: Picture of a treasure chest with a skull and crossbones on top. My art! (Artistic)
These have been in my Flickr stream for a long time, but unless you follow me there, you won't have seen them. Since I spent all this week working on something absolutely incredible that I can't actually show you yet -- and holy crap, is that ever frustrating! -- I'm sharing them with you for Thing I Made Thursday, which is now in its second month of being late but awesome!

I gave this box to my mom for Christmas in '99. It's special for a number of reasons, and one of them is that it was the first box I ever painted.

Those of you comparatively new to my journal won't have seen the sort of boxes I used to paint; entries about them are accessible through LJ tags, and the sets are up on my Flickr page.

This is what started it all. Everything else sort of followed.

Ivory Box 01

This is still one of the more powerful and personal entries I have ever written. In it, I refer to the class I took the day I met Sargon, a class at an SCA event, teaching a quick and dirty version of how to paint a faux ivory box. (I still wonder who taught that class, because I would love to thank them and tell them the story.)

When I was casting about for something to make my mom for Christmas, I found this unpainted wooden box at the craft store and liked the look of it immediately. I remembered the class and snatched the box up, not sure what I was going to paint, but knowing I wanted to use that technique.

More pics back here. )

Ivory Box 09

This was among the pictures my mom kept in the box: a rather startlingly pretty picture of her in her late teens.

As I said, this was the first one I ever did and, oddly, I've never done another like it, with that faux ivory finish. It's beautiful, and while you can see that my technique was still developing, I did a pretty good job on it. It's not as sleek and polished as, say, the Summer Dragon box, but I think the sort of unrefined look complements the subjects. I've always been very happy with it, and I still am today.

I thought you might enjoy seeing this in lieu of the other thing I'm working on, which I cannot complete until my special varnish has arrived and been thoroughly tested on something slightly less irreplaceable. Hopefully next week!
naamah_darling: Picture of a treasure chest with a skull and crossbones on top. My art! (Artistic)
Phew! YET ANOTHER very late Thing I Made Thursday, which I stubbornly refuse to move to Friday, because I like the alliteration.

Here we are with three more tiny and disgustingly green woodburned Lovecraftian trinket boxes. Three!

Nao.

Two folks contacted me about getting one of these last time. I know one, and I think the other was [livejournal.com profile] gothicbeauty21, but if I am wrong, and I concede that I am so blissfully tired at the moment I probably have the collected brainpower of three small clams and therefore may be wrong, and we have made arrangements, please correct me.

There are three of these things, so there's going to be at least one extra regardless. I will update when the other two have been claimed and the last goes up on Etsy.

For my first pic, just something fun I thought you might enjoy. The Thing I Made today was this:

Lovecraftian Box Photo Shoot Background

An enormous mess! OMG. Spanish moss, lichens, a gazillion glass drops, secondary and tertiary props . . . I stopped short of adding the sand I wanted to use, because I knew I would hate myself in the morning. I'm glad. Cleaning this up is going to be interesting enough.

So, that's what it looks like when I'm doing shoots of the stuff I make. Usually there's a cloth backdrop or something, but I didn't feel I needed it here.

And now, on to pictures of the boxes!

Cthulhu Key Box #4 01

As usual, I'm dumping the contents of the Flickr stream below the cut. Nine more are below.

More back here! )

Cthulhu Box #2 02

That's my favorite pic. Sargon's Cthulhu statue looks pretty awesome all dressed up with moss and lichen. I will probably take some pics of it all by itself before I tear the setup down tomorrow and clean up all the dust and bits of moss.

I am at once chagrined and delighted that I was not the first person in this house to produce a Cthulhu figure.

Hope you enjoyed! Doing TIMT has kept me working, even just a little, and that's a good thing!
naamah_darling: Picture of a treasure chest with a skull and crossbones on top. My art! (Artistic)
Phew! YET ANOTHER very late Thing I Made Thursday, which I stubbornly refuse to move to Friday, because I like the alliteration.

Here we are with three more tiny and disgustingly green woodburned Lovecraftian trinket boxes. Three!

Nao.

Two folks contacted me about getting one of these last time. I know one, and I think the other was [livejournal.com profile] gothicbeauty21, but if I am wrong, and I concede that I am so blissfully tired at the moment I probably have the collected brainpower of three small clams and therefore may be wrong, and we have made arrangements, please correct me.

There are three of these things, so there's going to be at least one extra regardless. I will update when the other two have been claimed and the last goes up on Etsy.

For my first pic, just something fun I thought you might enjoy. The Thing I Made today was this:

Lovecraftian Box Photo Shoot Background

An enormous mess! OMG. Spanish moss, lichens, a gazillion glass drops, secondary and tertiary props . . . I stopped short of adding the sand I wanted to use, because I knew I would hate myself in the morning. I'm glad. Cleaning this up is going to be interesting enough.

So, that's what it looks like when I'm doing shoots of the stuff I make. Usually there's a cloth backdrop or something, but I didn't feel I needed it here.

And now, on to pictures of the boxes!

Cthulhu Key Box #4 01

As usual, I'm dumping the contents of the Flickr stream below the cut. Nine more are below.

More back here! )

Cthulhu Box #2 02

That's my favorite pic. Sargon's Cthulhu statue looks pretty awesome all dressed up with moss and lichen. I will probably take some pics of it all by itself before I tear the setup down tomorrow and clean up all the dust and bits of moss.

I am at once chagrined and delighted that I was not the first person in this house to produce a Cthulhu figure.

Hope you enjoyed! Doing TIMT has kept me working, even just a little, and that's a good thing!
naamah_darling: Picture of a treasure chest with a skull and crossbones on top. My art! (Artistic)
Yes, it's a little late (45 minutes late), but that's because I was setting up an Etsy sale page! You can buy this! Here's the Etsy listing! SOLD. I have some lightning-fast readers, I tell you what. <3

It's more expensive than the other tiny woodburned boxes, but it's been adorned with tentacles on all sides except the bottom.

Cthulhu Key Box 01

Do you dog-sit for friends? Are you someone's porn buddy? Don't you just hate misplacing the key to that unholy sepulcher?

Let's face it, keys are tiny little flat things, and easy to lose inside a drawer or dish or on a shelf or side table. What you need is a decorative solution! A key box of your very own! Lovecraftian is R'lyeh in!

Keep your small but important items safe in this small wood box. The design has been burned in, making it one of a kind, and it has been stained with varying unwholesome shades of green and yellow, then sealed with a tough polyurethane finish. I have lined the inside with black felt.

The box measures roughly 3.75" x 2.5" x 2.25".

Blasphemous AND cute! )

I was going to post pictures of another Atlantis box I did, or more skulls I finished, but I've posted stuff like those really recently, and thought you might enjoy a look at this cute little thing.

Props (ahaha) to Sargon, who made the Cthulhu statue in the background.
naamah_darling: Picture of a treasure chest with a skull and crossbones on top. My art! (Artistic)
Yes, it's a little late (45 minutes late), but that's because I was setting up an Etsy sale page! You can buy this! Here's the Etsy listing! SOLD. I have some lightning-fast readers, I tell you what. <3

It's more expensive than the other tiny woodburned boxes, but it's been adorned with tentacles on all sides except the bottom.

Cthulhu Key Box 01

Do you dog-sit for friends? Are you someone's porn buddy? Don't you just hate misplacing the key to that unholy sepulcher?

Let's face it, keys are tiny little flat things, and easy to lose inside a drawer or dish or on a shelf or side table. What you need is a decorative solution! A key box of your very own! Lovecraftian is R'lyeh in!

Keep your small but important items safe in this small wood box. The design has been burned in, making it one of a kind, and it has been stained with varying unwholesome shades of green and yellow, then sealed with a tough polyurethane finish. I have lined the inside with black felt.

The box measures roughly 3.75" x 2.5" x 2.25".

Blasphemous AND cute! )

I was going to post pictures of another Atlantis box I did, or more skulls I finished, but I've posted stuff like those really recently, and thought you might enjoy a look at this cute little thing.

Props (ahaha) to Sargon, who made the Cthulhu statue in the background.

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