clockwork creature


Finally we had the chance to take some VERY lovely photos of my new fursuit made by Clockwork Creature (

The outfit was requested by our lovely photographer Malti from BlackPepperPhotos ( Have a closer look at her work!

You two did an awesome job, thank you! :)

The coat was done by me a few years ago. (for a cosplay, Assassin’s Creed, elite doctor)

Agatha and an Automaton from The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare

One bloodstained hand gripped Agatha’s wrist; clamped in the other was a long, thin knife. Tessa moved forward, but it was already too late. The creature swung the blade with blinding speed, and buried it in Agatha’s chest. Agatha choked, her hands going to the blade. The creature stood, ragged and terrifying and unmoving as she clawed at the knife hilt; then, with appalling swiftness, it yanked the blade back, letting her crumple to the ground. Nor did the automaton remain to watch her fall, but turned and walked back out the door through which it had come.

Made with Watercolors.
Here’s the rest of my 24 illustrations of Clockwork Angel.


Tierney’s delight at being completed!

Blueprint for an automaton from The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare 

“Tessa, who had moved to stand beside Will at the table, gazed down at the paper. It was covered with a rough blueprint drawing of a human skeleton made up of pistons, cogs, and plates of hammered metal. The skull had a hinged jaw, open sockets for eyes, and a mouth that ended just behind the teeth. There was a panel in the chest too, just like Miranda’s. All along the left side of the page were scrawled what looked like notes, in a language Tessa could not decipher. The letters were utterly unfamiliar.”

Made with watercolors, wires, gears, and other found metals.
Here’s the rest of my 24 illustrations of Clockwork Angel.