Horse anatomy looks like a bunch of mistakes. Who decided to put those big ass bodies up on toothpicks?
Just did some pretty massive spring cleaning. Sometimes it’s hard to feel motivated when your galleries start to stagnate. Anyway, I installed wordpress on my website (sarahpetrulis.com) and I’ll be uploading some of the old stuff there.
Lost in the Vale was included in an article on Comics for Heroes! Thanks so much to Steven Lugo for interviewing us! And be sure to check out Sarah Joy Petrulis and Chelsea Crutchley who are amazing artists who were also featured in the article!
Comics for Heroes is a wonderful organization that sends comics to troops overseas and to those less fortunate, and promotes the virtues of comics on the whole. They accept comic and money donations~ If you have a bunch of comics lying around and would love to see them in the hands of people who would enjoy them, consider donating them! Or make a monetary donation to help CfH ship large quantities of comics to troops overseas, as well as purchase more all-ages comics to give to children.
So honored to be included in this article with Sarah, Julie and Alan, and I learned stuff about them I didn’t know! Read the article and check out their website, it’s a unique organization.
Definitely go and have a look at this and then go get into Stray Sod and Lost in the Vale :).
So clearly sketchavember didn’t happen ^^; Deadlines crept up on me and I’m having to throw my attention into paid work for now. The new year will be full of free time though so maybe I’ll try again in January.
Anyway, here’s an old pin up I still like despite its issues. I drew it for Stacey Kardash in 2008 I’m pretty sure.