googfriday

googfriday:

❧ new on balderdash! • • • chapter v, pages 77-81 • beginning of chapter v

Afia intended to journey from Bakunini to the closest port in the River Valley, which was located in an insignificant little town called Löffel. According to her grandmother, this journey up the Merle River would take a little over three weeks. While the port was not particularly far, her grandmother’s boat was not meant for anything other than the casual wandering of a Hermit Seer.

Life on the Merle was significantly quieter than home. Although Afia spent plenty of time on her own, the absence of distractions like plays, libraries, people-watching, and friendly visits with family made her journey very lonely. Grandma wasn’t much for conversation. Everything she said to Afia either turned into an anecdote or a sermon. While Afia relished hearing it all, it made for poor company.

At the very least, Afia had a lot of time to think.

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dommifox

dommifox:

CGMA is over for me! this is the last 2 weeks of assignment! thumbnails for my final piece and the final itself down at the bottom! Can’t wait to incorporate everything I’ve learnt into all my future pieces and just keep improving! This is also pitch artwork for my 3rd year film I want to make which explores body dysmorphia

mariannamadriz
mariannamadriz:

oppositethealley:

'SECOND' is on its way! Save the 24th October lovely people!
Illustration by Marianna Madriz.

If anyone resides in Cheltenham, I highly recommend you get down to this event in October! And better yet, look out for ‘Second’ by Opposite the Alley. It’s going to be full of great artists and risographed goodness, and I’m really happy to have my work in it!

mariannamadriz:

oppositethealley:

'SECOND' is on its way! Save the 24th October lovely people!

Illustration by Marianna Madriz.

If anyone resides in Cheltenham, I highly recommend you get down to this event in October! And better yet, look out for ‘Second’ by Opposite the Alley. It’s going to be full of great artists and risographed goodness, and I’m really happy to have my work in it!