Thursday, August 24, 2017
Our dog, Lovey, often lounges in front of the throne of Mistress Moo.
We have a thing about masks.
A giant spider and Anubis watch over Em as she works on her new novel.
Did I mention that we like masks?
I really have to devote more time to drawing.
And it's a nice neighborhood. Those rumors of cannibalism and human sacrifice have been greatly exaggerated.
Friday, August 18, 2017
Thursday, August 10, 2017
It started with a tweet from Public Domain Review that really snagged my eyeballs.
I retweeted, got curious, and did some Googling—I mean investigating.
Turns out it's not an obscure proto-surrealist, but Frederick Ruysch, a 17th century Dutch anatomist who pioneered the preservation of bodies and parts by injecting them with liquid wax.
He made actual dioramas, and others drew them.
Ain't the social media wonderful?