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a collective THANK YOU to everyone who has fav'd any of my work or added me to their watch list over the last few months.

I've neglected this site this year because I've been so busy and now find myself with 40+ pages of feedback which would take me forever to wade through. Please know that your support is still very much appreciated.

Shona
xx
  • Listening to: traffic
  • Reading: Duma Key - Stephen King
  • Drinking: coffee
For the first time in, I think, around 13 years I will be exhibiting at a specialist doll and teddy bear fair this Sunday 31st May. The Teddybearzaar fair is being held at Gateshead Civic Centre from 10:30 till 4. I've made loads of new bears for the show and am super excited to be taking part in a fair again after so many years. Tickets will be available at the door on the day as well as via the contacts mentioned below. You can see a preview of some of the exhibitors on the fair website www.teddybearzaar.weebly.com and on their facebook page www.facebook.com/groups/235711…


Ursa Minor Bears at the Teddy Bearzaar by WildWoodArtsCo
  • Listening to: traffic
  • Reading: Black House - Stephen King and Peter Straub
  • Drinking: Strawberry tea

Quick update

Journal Entry: Sun Apr 5, 2015, 4:27 AM
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It's been a while (again). I haven't painted anything for so long. I've been more drawn to sewing and bear making so I'm just sort of going with the flow for now. I've finishing up lots of bears - more than I've made in a long time because I'm exhibiting at a show at the end of May. This will be the first Bear and Doll show I've done for nearly 14 years. All the details are here -->  teddybearzaar.weebly.com/  so if you're in the area on Sunday 31st May please come along and say hello.

I've just uploaded my Avengers bears - something I've been working on for ages now and that's the subject of my latest blog www.the-wild-wood.com/

That's all for now. Thanks for reading and for all the favs and watches. I don't have as much time online these days so I'm struggling to keep up with my inbox but I really do appreciate them. xx

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  • Listening to: Spandau Ballet
  • Reading: The Talisman - Stephen King and Peter Straub
  • Drinking: Strawberry tea

THINGS

Journal Entry: Thu Jun 5, 2014, 5:37 AM
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Yet again, it's been such a long time since I wrote a new journal. I seem to have spent most of this year gathering around me all the tools and materials I need for a whole bunch of different projects and ideas. I've been working away at all kinds of stuff, directionless as usual, trying new things, trying old things, sewing bears, sewing THINGS, drawing stuff, painting stuff, messing about with polymer clay. I like to hope that one day, as I flit from one thing to another and the mess in my work room reaches critical mass, I will miraculously find myself at the point where many, many projects will all magically find themselves completed simultaneously. But I suspect, if that would actually happen, my head would probably implode.

Anyhoo, the main reason for writing this particular journal is because I actually have some finished THINGS to show you. They are just called THINGS, they are little plushies with big feet and I've made about 20 of them so far. So before I got nuts, buying up all the fleece in the north east of England and making hundreds of the little blighters I thought it would be wise to post a few here and on fb to see what people's reaction to them is. If I get a Yay! I'll make some more. If I get a 'meh', I'll move on to other stuff on my infinte 'to do' list.

So, without further ado, I'd like to introduce you to the THINGS.

Thing 001 by WildWoodArtsCo   Thing 002 by WildWoodArtsCo 
Thing 003 by WildWoodArtsCo  Thing 004 by WildWoodArtsCo

Little fleecy critters with safety eyes and felt or cotton embellishments, they're stuffed with polyfil and a few plastic pellets and are all unique, with their own numbered label on one foot. Just to make more work for myself I've also started a 'Book of THINGS' where I draw and record each thing I make.


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  • Reading: Whispers Underground

Quick update

Journal Entry: Sun Sep 1, 2013, 4:53 AM
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I finally managed to catch up with all my dA messages - it's been months, sorry. I think I might've missed a couple of people who added me to their watch (butterfingers on the keyboard) for which I apologise and thank you for watching my gallery.

I've been in kind of a weird place since I gave up on the acrylics painting thing. Still hankering after doing something new but not really sure which  direction to take so I'm mainly experimenting at the moment, trying out new water color paints, gouache and I got some metal leaf but I've not thought of anyting to use it on so far. Then I started a bear making frenzy which I haven't quite got out of yet. And pencil drawings, lots of drawings that are waiting to be scanned before I mess them up with paint :D

That's about it, I think. Not much of a journal, I know, so to brighten things up here are a few recent favs from my inbox:

Vespifatas by AlvaroFuegoFatuo  awesome wasp faeries by :iconalvarofuegofatuo:

Moon Goddess by JoannaBromley  simply beautiful palette and composition from :iconjoannabromley:

Wanderlust by rodluff  stunning detail and color by :iconrodluff:

Another Mini Troll (WIP) by ShirleysStudio  the tiniest, cutest troll I've ever seen by :iconshirleysstudio:

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New blog post

Journal Entry: Thu Jun 13, 2013, 8:18 AM
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My seriously neglected blog/website has had a bit of a make-over. I've added a new gallery, info pages and an acknowledgements page listing all you lovely stock artists out there whose work I've referenced in my art. There are links to all the places on the web where you can buy my art in various forms and a new links page featuring other artists and sites (if you want to link exchange with me, drop me a note).

But the main thing is that I've written a new post confessing what an idiot I've been. Read more... shonammacdonald.blogspot.co.uk…

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  • Listening to: Whitesnake
  • Reading: Moon over Soho
  • Drinking: lemon tea

Anniversary Time again

Journal Entry: Sat Jun 1, 2013, 11:17 AM
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It was six years ago this week that I joined dA and uploaded my first painting. In that time I've dipped in and out of other sites and art forums but dA is the only one I've stuck with for all that time. I have a Facebook page www.facebook.com/ShonaMMacDona… and a couple of blogs, www.the-wild-wood.com and www.enchanted-alphabet.blogspo… ,but this is the only place I really feel comfortable and at home on the web. Maybe it's because we are all artists here in one form or another, that there is already a connection there in that desire to create art.

To my watchers and those of you who have fav'ed and commented on my work, I want to thank you all for keeping me going and giving me confidence in my work. When I'm struggling (which has happened quite a lot recently) and even when I don't have any new work to show, I can come here and read past comments and help myself to remember that I can finish paintings if I keep going, that I can draw, just maybe not today but tomorrow will be different. This especially applies to all of you who followed the progress of my Enchanted Alphabet series. I don't know that it would have made it into a real book without your encouragement. So big :hug:s to you all.

Speaking of the Alphabet - I've turned all the illustrations into postcard designs and one big A to Z poster with all 26 paintings. They're in my Zazzle store now www.zazzle.com/shonamacdonald

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  • Reading: Rivers of London
  • Drinking: lemon tea
hello again :wave:

I thought it was about time I showed my face around here again. Three months away and I have a very full inbox but it has been a break I needed to gather my thoughts and make some decisions about my art. For the first few weeks I was still floundering, trying to sort out all he stuff that was still whizzing about in my brain. I tidied up, I rearranged my work space, I looked through all my sketchbooks and folders at all the work i've done, I tore up a lot of stuff, I finished a couple of craft projects that had been cluttering up my floor and rearranged my computer files. Anything to avoid actually thinking about the things I was supposed to be thinking about.

For me it's never been a case of 'I don't know what I want to paint' but more a case of 'there are too many things I want to paint, sculpt, draw, stitch and I don't know where to start'. Added to this is the fact that, for the most part, the art I make that other people seem to like best is not necessarily the art I like the best. I suspect it's a choice a lot of artists face at some point - do I paint for myself or for others? Do I paint mice for the rest of my life :lol: or do I paint the things that really inspire me? It sounds like a no-brainer when I put it like that, but in my cluttered mind it wasn't so clear at first and it's taken this quiet time away from everything to see it clearly.

I know, I have always known really (but often chosen to ignore), that I do my best work when I'm most inspired. I push myself more, learn more and enjoy more and as a consequence I'm happier with the results. I've heard many people, many artists, say that this will make you successful too. I have my doubts in this time when so much relies on networking and self-promotion (two things that I am utterly, utterly hopeless at). But you know what? I also know that IT.....REALLY.....DOESN'T....MATTER to me now. And that, right there, is the difference between now and 3 months ago.

So I'm working on some new paintings and drawings, and some new ideas that will take my art in a bit of a new direction (if they work, that is) but I'm not quite ready to share them just yet so in the meantime here are a few favourites from my inbox:

Osaera by Kaelycea   Red-throated, Black-capped, Spotted, Barred by teaganwhite   Stampy Bird Dance by socar   Meeting in clearing of Dreams by FrodoK   Books are where dreams are born... by thePicSees  :thumb370393053:   A Midsummer Night's Dream 2 by MukilteoCasualtie
  • Reading: Neverwhere
  • Drinking: lemon tea
I've decided to take a bit of a break. Not just from dA but from the web in general. These last few months I've been in a state of constant flux in my head, working on bits of paintings for a few days then movng on to something else, then moving on again with very little to show for it. I struggle to settle, to focus on one thing at a time and complete anything. Being here (and on Facebook, blogger, zazzle etc) only seems to show up my inadequacies, my slowness, my lack of focus; and my complete ineptitude when it comes to promoting my artwork.

It's time to just stop, be still for a while and take stock, I think. It's probably promotional sucicide, I know, to disappear for months on end so that people foget I was ever here, but right now it seems like the only thing I can do.

A couple of years ago I watched a documentary about one of my favorite artists - Kit Williams. In it he explained that after the success of Masquerade he found it all but impossible to work with the constant intrusion of the outside world. He felt that his art needed quiet, solitude and stillness to allow the ideas to form and grow. Now, I'm not in a position where the outside world is actively intruding as such. It's more of a passive intrusion in which I have allowed myself to be drawn into the whole web 'thing' and as a result I find I'm judging myself all the time based on what everyone around me is doing. I *should* be doing more of this or that; I *should* be uploading pictures every day, I *should* be joining this group, that site, opening this store. I've let myself get overwhelmed by it all and in the process, started to lose sight of the art itself.

So it's time to stop, try and find my focus again, work on some paintings without the pressure I seem to apply to myself, and see what happens.

I'm not sure how long I'll be gone. Hell, I'm not sure it'll work but I've got to try.

I'm gonna try and clear my inbox before I go but I apologise in advance for unanswered comments and notes, and for not thanking people for favs and watches. If you need to contact me for any reason please email as I'll be switching off my email notification on FB and blogger tomorrow.

See you on the other side

Shona
  • Listening to: Dream Theater
  • Reading: The Night Circus
I just wanted to wish all of my watchers and all of you who have fav'd or commented on my art in this last year a very happy Yuletide. Your continued support is very much appreciated. There is nothing better, to banished the feelings of self-doubt and the sense of isolation that often come with spending many hours alone with my paint brushes, than to visit dA and find that someone has left a nice comment or added me to their watch list. It's good to know that while I'm not exactly a huge commercial success (not even a small one, if I'm honest), at least the art that I do is seen and appreciated by so many of you.

Big hugs to you all :hug:

Shona
  • Listening to: the Christmas tree being demolished by my cats
  • Reading: Once - James Herbert
Just in case any of you have my personal website book-marked, I want to let you know that it will be moving at the end of this month.

If you have the home page book-marked (www.the-wild-wood.com) you won't need to change anything - you will go directly to the new site from the end of this month. But if you have book-marked any of the other pages within the site, they will disappear on December 1st.

I've spent the last couple of weeks trying to make my old site more use-able, more up to date, created loads of new graphics - all in vain. I'm no programmer, and as a consequence of too many hours spent at the pc, my back is fubar'd and I can't spend too much time online until it settles down again.

So, my blog - Tales From the Wild Wood - is now my new website and I'll be transferring the Wild Wood URL on 1st December. You can visit it now using it's current URL   

shonammacdonald.blogspot.co.uk

Please do and let me know if it looks okay :)  And once the domain name is transferred the old site will go for good. I'm a little sad to be saying farewell to the 'Little Door' graphic on the home page - that was my favorite bit. But I'm not sorry to be leaving the rest behind. It was a constant source of stress, clunky, old-fashioned and I despaired of EVER getting it to look right at different resolutions, in different browsers. When it comes to Expression Web what you see is most defintely NOT what you get. Giving it up and using Blogger instead takes a weight off my shoulders and makes me more inclined to post more updates more often.

I've tried to transfer as much as I can from the old site - my Doormouse tutorial is there, an acknowledgements page for the stock artists whose work I've used and a selection of my artwork. I'll be adding more once I'm able to spend a decent amount of time at the computer.

your comments and suggestions for improvements would be appreciated

Shona
  • Listening to: Dream Theater
  • Reading: The Onion Girl - Charles de Lint
Wow - what a lovely surprise when I logged in this morning to find that :iconastralpeed: had suggested my Meadow Tuft painting for a Daily Deviation and  :iconastralseed: had agreed :D

Thank you all so much for your favs, watches and comments. I started replying but after a couple of pages worth dA told me not to be a naughty spammer :giggle: I'll keep trying....

So helloo!! :wave: to all my new watchers and thank you all for your interest in my art.







The Enchanted Alphabet available on Amazon:
:flagus:  (.com) - www.amazon.com/Enchanted-Alpha…

:flaguk:  (.uk) -  www.amazon.co.uk/Enchanted-Alp…

My new Zazzle Store:
www.zazzle.com/shonamacdonald*
up to 50% discount on holiday cards begins on 21st October!!
  • Listening to: Dream Theater
  • Reading: The Onion Girl - Charles de Lint
Hi folks,

First can I say thank you everyone who has given me such positive feedback about my Enchanted Alphabet book. While I had no real expectations of how it might sell, it was very encouraging to hear from the people who have bought it that they like it. Incidentally - it now has the 'See Inside the Book' thingy on it on Amazon so you can have a sneek preview of a few of the pages:

:flagus:  (.com) - www.amazon.com/Enchanted-Alpha…

:flaguk:  (.uk) -  www.amazon.co.uk/Enchanted-Alp…

So, on to another A to Z? No, not another book  :-O although I am considering doing another in the series. Mythical Beasts perhaps, or Faery Tale characters, but that is for another time. Since completing the book I've been a bit reluctant to throw myself into another large project straight away. I have quite a few things I'm trying to get done that have been neglected while I was working on the book.

My website is woefully out of date so much of my time is spent in front of the computer, trying to figure out little snippets of css and making some nice shiny new graphics and buttons so I can completely rebuild and redesign my site.

And I've rediscovered my enthusiasm for making miniature bears again. That stash of fabrics has been winking at me from the shelf for too long. So I've set up a Facebook page for Ursa Minor Bears and will be offering some new bears for sale very soon. facebook.com/UrsaMinorBears

And I've finally set up a Zazzle store to sell my artwork on all kinds products. It's early days yet, and I plan to upload a lot more soon but for now I have some greetings cards, including customizable Christmas cards, an updated set of my 'Demonic Designs' as notecards, and fab looking mugs using my Cakes Ahoy! pirate mice painting. www.zazzle.com/shonamacdonald&… same products are also available on all the other Zazzle sites worldwide.

cakes Ahoy mug design by WildWoodArtsCo          Updated Demonic Designs by WildWoodArtsCo

In between all of this I've only had a few hours left to paint here and there so dug out some ACEOs I'd sketched but never found the time to paint because, well, it's much nicer to be able to say "I completed a painting today" than just getting a little bit of something bigger painted. It's a bit of a random bunch of stuff - owls, pixies, a mouse or two, a grumpy twig sprite - mostly created from doodles and half-finished sketches. There are about a dozen in all and I'll upload them when they're all completed. Which reminds me - I've got a new A3 scanner!!! It work with Win7 and everything :D happy, happy happy!
  • Listening to: Dream Theater
  • Reading: The Onion Girl - Charles de Lint
I'm sooo excited and happy to announce that The Enchanted Alphabet is now available to buy from Amazon.

Enchanted Alphabet inside view 1 by WildWoodArtsCo   Enchanted Alphabet book cover by WildWoodArtsCo   Enchanted Alphabet inside 2 by WildWoodArtsCo


:flagus:  (.com) - www.amazon.com/Enchanted-Alpha…

:flaguk:  (.uk) -  www.amazon.co.uk/Enchanted-Alp…

It should also be available on the rest of the European sites too.

So to celebrate, and because it' a long time since I uploaded a little freebie, I've created an Enchanted Alphabet bookplate that you can download and print.

Enchanted Alphabet bookplate by WildWoodArtsCo
  • Listening to: Jethro Tull
  • Reading: The Onion Girl - Charles de Lint
I'm hopping up and down with nervous excitement right now. :excited: After much tweeking and twiddling, wrestling with .pdf files and too many cigarettes I've completed the submission process on CreateSpace to turn The Enchanted Alphabet into a little book. The first (and hopefully only) proof copy is on its way. I can't quite believe I've done it and probably won't believe it until I've got that proof copy in my grubby, paint-splattered little paws.

It should be ready to order by October from Amazon in the US, UK and Europe. I'll post more details when I get them.


A is for Apple-Tree man by WildWoodArtsCo     Enchanted Alphabet Cover by WildWoodArtsCo    O is for Oakmen by WildWoodArtsCo


Now I'm going for a lie down until I stop wobbling :dizzy:

UPDATE: My proof copy arrived yesterday, earlier than expected!!! I couldn't quite believe that I was actually holding it in my hands!! It looks fab, lovely glossy cover, everything printed the way I wanted it, good color matching :la: :la: :la: I'm soooooo excited, and just a little bit nervous, well quite a bit nervous if I'm honest. Details and links to Amazon coming soon (can't believe I just said that either :D)
  • Listening to: Yes
  • Reading: Someplace to be Flying - Charles de Lint
I've always known that inspiration and the creative urge to make art can be fickle things. They can flit about, disappear just when you need them, refuse to cooperate at exactly the time you've set aside to work; but recently, with the need to produce something new gnawing at my brain I began to realize that I have developed something of an aversion to sketchbooks. This is not a good state for any artist to be in....

read more in my blog - Tales from the Wild Wood www.shonammacdonald.blogspot.c…
  • Reading: Someplace to be Flying - Charles de Lint
Today is my DeviantArt anniversary. It's hard to believe that I've been here for 5 years but in that time I've amassed nearly 30,000 page views, received 2 Daily Deviations and collected nearly 1000 watchers so I just wanted to thank you all for taking the time to visit my gallery and for all the lovely comments I've received. Not to mention all the new friends I've made from around the world and all the wonderful artists I've discovered who have inspired me with new ideas :heart: :heart:

So, to celebrate I've made some more of my children's illustrations available as prints, postcards and greetings cards:

Little Mole by WildWoodArtsCo   Thing Catches a Star by WildWoodArtsCo   Toast by WildWoodArtsCo

are all now available in my print store.

If you want to read some more about my work you can visit my blogs:

The Enchanted Alphabet blog has all of the letters I've published so far and in the latest post there's a walkthrough of how I create the artwork and the pages. - www.enchanted-alphabet.blogspo…

My other blog, Tales From the Wild Wood, details some of the other art projects I'm working on, like the troll I'm currently attempting to sculpt, as well as teddy bear eye surgery and cat bogeys!! :D  www.shonammacdonald.blogspot.c…

Here's to the next 5 years!! :airborne:
  • Listening to: the radio
  • Reading: Moonlight and Vines - Charles de Lint

oh no! not another blog!!

Tue May 8, 2012, 4:54 AM
Yup, 'fraid so. Sometimes I just need to ramble on about art stuff in general. I didn't want to do that on my Enchanted Alphabet blog so decided to start a new one:  shonammacdonald.blogspot.co.uk…

The first post....my current all consuming need to make something out of polymer clay. Please visit and have a laugh at Bert the foam rubber dragon and watch over the coming weeks as I wrestle with wire, over-bake the clay (probably), stab myself with needles (inevitable) and hopefully end up with some kind of Faery creature at the end of it all :)

But first - here's how it should be done, by skilled sculptors, who I'm sure never over cook their clay, or think it might be okay to use plasticine as a base...

by :iconchicorydell:

a root faerie by chicorydell   the blue hour wish-sculpture by chicorydell  

Mature Content

Pepper pixie by chicorydell



by :iconboggleboy:


Aloysius and Myrtle 1 by Boggleboy    Cailitin 2 by Boggleboy    Darrgil Arcadia 7 by Boggleboy


by :iconimpsandthings:


Old tree man by impsandthings    tree sprite by impsandthings    Tree Spirit 2 by impsandthings












...

Delighted to be a member of:-
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Interviewed Stamp by AnnaKirsten Enchanted Forest Stamp by Kare by Enchantedforest TreesClub Stamp I by sebakunstpaul

Hug a Tree Stamp v2 by HippieKender Devious Dragons by Zafireria AC Stamp by AvalonCommunity

Top Gear: Ambitious ... by rockstars Top Gear Fans by Tawreh top gear, yo. by DaasEriador

How hard can it be? by rockstars
  • Listening to: the rain

Pottermore - artwork.

Wed Apr 18, 2012, 1:56 PM
Can I just please say to whoever it is that has been reporting my artwork to the Pottermore moderators, I know you think you're probably trying to help me and I thank you for your concern, but it was actually ME who uploaded them there in the first place - I've been on the site since beta began last August. I'm assuming it's someone who's seen the pics here on dA as this is the only other place I've uploaded them.

The only difference between the HP stuff I uploaded here and the copies on Pottermore is that the ones on Pottermore have no watermarks (as I thought I might be breaching their rules by revealing my real name).  So the artworks have been taken down and I don't know when they'll be put back up again, nor will the moderators discuss the issue with me so I'm feeling more than a bit miffed right now.

In future, if you think someone has stolen my art, or anyone else's for that matter, PLEASE contact ME, or whichever artist it is, before you go making accusations and sending reports.

Delighted to be a member of:-
:iconchildrensillustrator: :iconenchantedforest: :icontreesclub: :iconuk-traditionalists: :iconwatercolorists: :iconthe-pink-giraffe: :iconaceo-addict: :iconclubaceo: :iconhogwartsart: :iconceltic-dreaming: :iconjames-may-fanclub: :iconrichardhammondclub: :icontraditional-artists: :icontop-gear-fan-club: :iconpremiummembers: :iconstorybook-club: :iconpainters: :iconthefairfolk: :iconrealm-of-fantasy: :iconillustrators-online: :iconfantasyartistsutd:

Interviewed Stamp by AnnaKirsten Enchanted Forest Stamp by Kare by Enchantedforest TreesClub Stamp I by sebakunstpaul

Hug a Tree Stamp v2 by HippieKender Devious Dragons by Zafireria AC Stamp by AvalonCommunity

Top Gear: Ambitious ... by rockstars Top Gear Fans by Tawreh top gear, yo. by DaasEriador

How hard can it be? by rockstars
  • Listening to: the rain

yay!! I've got a blog

Wed Feb 29, 2012, 3:41 AM
In fact I've got two blogs but the second one hasn't got any posts on it yet - I shall reveal all about that one another time (not that I'm being mysterious or anything... ;) )

So my new blog is for my latest little project, which like so many other projects, has taken far longer to get going than I'd anticipated. But it's nearing completion now so it's time to take a deep breath and start showing it to the world. (Jeez, I'm probably building this up far more than it deserves....)

Anyways, it's called "The Enchanted Alphabet" so it's a little A-Z of faery creatures. It was originally going to be one large piece but then I started learning how to use Photoshop and got a bit carried away :)

I'll be posting the finished images here in my gallery but to find out more about each letter and how I put it all together please visit my blog www.enchanted-alphabet.blogspo…

Delighted to be a member of:-
:iconchildrensillustrator: :iconenchantedforest: :icontreesclub: :iconuk-traditionalists: :iconwatercolorists: :iconthe-pink-giraffe: :iconaceo-addict: :iconclubaceo: :iconhogwartsart: :iconceltic-dreaming: :iconjames-may-fanclub: :iconrichardhammondclub: :icontraditional-artists: :icontop-gear-fan-club: :iconpremiummembers: :iconstorybook-club: :iconpainters: :iconthefairfolk: :iconrealm-of-fantasy: :iconillustrators-online: :iconfantasyartistsutd:

Interviewed Stamp by AnnaKirsten Enchanted Forest Stamp by Kare by Enchantedforest TreesClub Stamp I by sebakunstpaul

Hug a Tree Stamp v2 by HippieKender Devious Dragons by Zafireria AC Stamp by AvalonCommunity

Top Gear: Ambitious ... by rockstars Top Gear Fans by Tawreh top gear, yo. by DaasEriador

How hard can it be? by rockstars
  • Listening to: Gerry Rafferty
  • Reading: Dreams Underfoot
  • Drinking: coffee