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Here’s my latest contribution to the Sketch Lottery site. SpongeBob Squarepants meets Clockwork Orange. SpongeDroog.

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As seen on Sketch Lottery. Drawn by Michele Witchipoo Feb. 2017. 

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Had some downtime tonight. So I went through the sketch book I’ve had for almost six months. It’s pretty beat up with most of the pages torn out, which means it’s time for a new one. Came across something I was working on earlier this year, but never completed till now.

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Illustration of the Star Tarot by Michele Witchipoo. Dec. 2016.

Over ten years I started by doing sketches containing magickal symbols etc. Over time I’ve drifted away, focusing on other subjects. Somehow it always comes back to the tarot. Which lead me to studying assorted esoteric subjects.

From 2005 to 2009 I used to self-published a sketchbook/zine titled Babalon Babes. Looking back ‘babes’ is such a cheesy word, but it worked at the time. There were four issues of Babalon Babes. Basically Babalon Babes was a combination of erotica and esoteric. Whatever I was into eventually found it’s way into the sketchbook. The only one still available is issue 4, which was the astrology issue. The other issues were more eclectic, ranging from ceremonial magick, Thelema  Chaos and dark paganism. Almost brought it back in late 2012 with a Norse theme, but nixed the idea later on.

Very basic interpretations of the Star card: Hope, dreams, spirituality, renewal, inspiration. People will have different interpretations depending on the question, deck itself, and on the rest of the reading. It’s supposed to be a good card for love but also an unpredictable one. The Star card corresponds to the astrology sign of Aquarius. It showed up in a quick reading I did for myself earlier tonight. It wasn’t a serous reading but it was curious to see this card pop up. Perhaps I was worried about what 2017 might bring. Surprisingly reassuring, especially with mercury in retrograde as of this blog post.

At the moment I’m mostly happy with this piece.

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Some good news. For those in the NYC area, especially within Bushwick and Ridgewood. You can now get my Krampus greeting cards. Without having to order online, or find me at a comic con, you can now head over to Catland Books.

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Krampus cards designed by Michele Witchipoo. Now available on sale at Catland Books. Dec. 2016.

Catland mostly caters to the esoteric, but occasionally they have the Crimson Hand Comic Arts festival. They support local artists and crafty heathens. Catland also puts on various events, so definitely check them out.

FYI – December 5 was Krampusnacht – Krampus‘ day.

Catland Books: 987 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY. 11206. Hours: Sunday-Thursday: 12pm to 8pm, Friday-Saturday: 12pm to 9pm

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This week I decided to do a quick Psycho Bunny sketch in watercolor. Also bring in a character not used in a while – Psycho Bunny’s mother.

So not only am I running out of my glitter watercolor supply, but it seems as if Photoshop didn’t pick up on the colors too well. Eh. What can you do.

Here’s both versions.

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Original watercolor version. Psycho Bunny and his mother. Based on the comic ‘Psycho Bunny’ written and drawn by Michele Witchipoo.  Sept. 2016. Pen and glitter watercolors. 

 

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Scanned version. Psycho Bunny and his mother. Based on the comic written and drawn by Michele Witchipoo. Sept. 2016. 

Every Monday I’ve been posting a new Psycho Bunny pic of the week. You can check it out on Facebook. You can order comics through my website. Also will be at MICE next month. Till then.

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The website Dangerous Minds, which I’ve been following for years, did an article on the Bowie and Lemmy coloring books. If you scroll down, the article shows the Bowie (Aladdin Sane) piece I had submitted for the book.

http://dangerousminds.net/comments/color_me_impressed_lemmy_and_david_bowie-themed_coloring_books_are_here

You can order your own coloring books here.

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Two of my illustrations have been published by Feral House for their coloring book series. One for David Bowie, and the other for Lemmy Kilmister. Both of these new releases are available for purchase now from the website.

For the Lemmy submission, I including Wendy O Williams from The Plasmatics. Lemmy and Wendy did a duet together, a cover of ‘Stand By Your Man.’ The Bowie one I’ve simply titled ‘Saint Bowie.’

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Two of my illustrations have been published by Feral House for their coloring book series. One for David Bowie, one for Lemmy Kilmister (Motorhead). Sept. 2016.

I’ve been a fan of Feral House publishing for years. Have quite a number of FH books in my collection. So to get into this book series means a great deal to me. So if you’re a fan of either musicians or rather icons, you might want to get these books.

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Overwhelmed by bills? Getting financially assaulted?

Introducing the Psycho Bunny pic of the week:

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Psycho Bunny overwhelmed by bills. Introducing the Psycho Bunny pic of the week. Based on the self-published comic ‘Psycho Bunny’ written and drawn by Michele Witchipoo, published by WitchesBrewPress. September 2016. 

Saw this meme as seen below last week. After hearing about a friend complaining regarding bills, I did my own spin on it.

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Don’t forget to like the Psycho Bunny Facebook page, and while you’re at it, go ahead and click “like” on the WitchesBrewPress Facebook page as well. I will be selling comics at MICE next month over in Cambridge (near Boston) if you’re in the area. You can also order comics through my website. Greeting cards will also be for sale soon on the same website. Till next time.

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