“Nightfin”

Greetings wayward internet surfers! Here’s an interpretation of the loveable Richard Grayson as a merman for MerMay 2019. You can see it in its full size here. I’ve never participated in MerMay or heard of it until this year, but I’m pretty excited about it. I have plenty of merfolk to draw! my only regret is that I totally screwed up his shoulder. You will notice that he is a POC (person of color). Yes, that is intentional. He’s Romani/Romany folks! I went with a distinctly Indian descent of that because it was inspired largely by the Richard Grayson of (more…)

“Taken By Space”

Hello art peeps! So, I did this yesterday, and I’m not sure what else to say about it. I think it turned out really good considering how long it’s been since I’ve picked up markers and tried to do a full on finished illustration. I think the last full-on marker and illustration thing was last year or so? (Yikes!) It’s part of my hope for the year that I get more into my art. So far, so good, I think, but what do you all think? I, at least, love how rich her skin tone turned out. I wasn’t confident (more…)

5 Tips to Control the Powerful, Dangerous, and Unruly Imagination

Hey everyone, E.J. Wolfe here, and I’d like to talk about something that’s been sort of plaguing me as a writer/creator person/thing for a while: the line between where creativity is good and destructive. Sounds strange, but let me be clear. Creativity is freaking awesome! Letting all of your brain power roam free at one time can be very freeing, and I know that, for a long time, writing, creating, etc. was my coping mechanism (and it will remain so if 2018 was anything to go by), but there comes a point where leaning on your creativity becomes harmful, mostly (more…)