Two new pages of Chester 5000: Isabelle and George:
“A widow was supposed to wear mourning for two years and was not supposed to enter society for twelve months.”
Basically you weren’t supposed to be very social or wear anything other than very simple black outfits and dark crepe for about a year. The rules were harder on women than men, and some people were stricter about these customs than others.
More info about Victorian mourning dress and the etiquette it involved: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mourning
Smut Peddler is up for an award for Best Anthology!! You can vote for it here, today is the last day to vote.
MY BOOKS ARRIVED!!! IIIIEEEEEEE!!!
THEY SO PRETTY
It’s not out until next month but you can pre-order here!!
:D :O :D
Some dress studies for Pricilla and Isabelle
Referenced from here.
ERIC FEURSTEIN is coming to TCAF!
“Eric Feurstein is an artist in the most handsome sense of the word. During the day he works at a video game company in Upstate New York. On nights and weekends he works on personal comics, cartoons and indie games. On the beach he works on his tan. On the bench-press he works on his pecs…” - Full Bio at TCAF site
Artist’s Website: http://kafkaskoffee.com/wp/
TCAF is The Toronto Comic Arts Festival, taking place May 11-12, 2013, in Toronto, Canada. More at http://torontocomics.com/
Eric and I will be sharing a table at TCAF. Admission to the show is free, come see us!