Moonscript Character ART

Oh, art blog, you are so sadly neglected. I promise, I will update you with beautiful new art soon.

I just discovered I haven’t shared the character card art I created for my novel, MOONSCRIPT! If you’ve been following me elsewhere, you’ve probably seen it already, but in case this is your first time, feel free to check out my novel!


Character Card ErranceCharacter Card TellieCharacter Card KelmCharacter Card RendarCharacter Card The DaishaCharacter Card TryssCharacter Card The VoiceCharacter Card CorenCharacter Card ZizainCharacter Card CasaraCharacter Card LeorenCharacter Card DaranCharacter Card OriahCharacter Card Damar


Beast of the Night Cover Reveal

Beast of the Night

I had such fun creating this, the concept and colors suggested delighted me. As you might have guessed, it IS a Beauty & the Beast retelling, gender-swap edition! It releases June 11th, but you can pre-order now!

A one-armed girl. A lord hiding a curse. A dark secret with the town’s fate hanging in the balance.

A Beauty and the Beast retelling with an Austrian twist and a new type of curse.

When Rosen moves to Freudendorf—a secluded town in the Alps—she does odd jobs to earn a living. That is, until her dad suddenly vanishes and the debt collectors come to call: taking her into slave labor.

But just when all her hopes and dreams are shattered, a frail zombie-like butler purchases her: taking her to serve Lord Varick, who currently resides in the forbidden castle near the salt mines, where the Beast of the Night is said to roam…

Varick is handsome, with an attitude that’s the exact opposite. The servants aren’t human, and the castle itself is an ugly wreck. But if Rosen cannot solve the dark secret beneath Freudendorf, and the curse holding Varick’s cold heart, then both they and the town will fall prey to a waiting evil—and worse, have no memory of it.

Doesn’t that sound great???

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Legend of Zelda/The Princess Bride Crossover

Link Mostly Dead

So I’m completely obsessed with Legend of Zelda right now, despite not playing the games! That’s what fanart, wikia, fan animations, and gmvs are for! 😂 BOTW Link and Zelda are currently my OTP. And so here I have another crossover art…this time with The Princess Bride!
#legendofzelda #botw #breathofthewild #linkxzelda #zelink #botwzelink #lozfanart #princessbridecrossover #onlymostlydead #miraclemax #theprincessbridequote #hsjwilliams #myart



Legend of Zelda/Tangled Crossover

Link and Zelda Tangled

“I mean super-human good looks, I’ve always had ‘em—BORN WITH IT. But super-human strength, can you imagine the possibilities—!”

So I’m a fan of Legend of Zelda even without playing the games, and the new trailer is exciting…and…I had this idea for a Tangled crossover….

#legendofzelda #breathofthewildsequel #botw #botw2 #tangledcrossover #loz #crossoverfanart #legendofzeldafanart #breathofthewildfanart #flynnrider #hsjwilliams


What Inspires My Writing (Pt 2) – and Giveaway!

A guest article on an author friend’s site about what inspires my writing…and my drawing! 🙂

Ashlee Willis, Author of Fantasy

This is a guest post by author H.S.J. Williams.

When I was a little girl, there was a book on the shelf that fascinated me. It portrayed a young native girl sitting on a grassy hill, a wolf lying by her side. Her pensive expression, the wind in her hair…it all evoked my imagination. I couldn’t read, but I knew a story when I saw one. So I took the book and “told the story” to my long-suffering younger cousin. (This book was Island of the Blue Dolphins if you were wondering, though I found that out much later.)

I realize now my reason for writing is no different. I must bring the characters to life. ben-white-148435-unsplashThey let me know of their existence in different ways…I might catch a glimpse of them in reflection of another story, in an art piece, or they just knock on the door of…

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Mark of the Raven Fan Art

Hello, all!

I just recently read Mark of the Raven by Morgan L. Busse, and I LOVED it. The characters and plot were the sort I adore, thus they demanded fan art (which was easy to picture since the writing of the world was so vivid). So here are some character cards for the leading lord and lady—-Selene Ravenwood and Damien Maris!

Have you read Mark of the Raven? (If not, you should.) Tell me what you think! 🙂