i am now accepting commissions! for pricing, you first choose your style, size, details, shot, and add-ons and then add up the prices. artwork that doesn’t fit this format (ie: comics, concept art, etc) are $10 an hour. i can also be commissioned for buttons, which start at $2 each. for more details, check out my commissions page. don’t hesitate to message me if you have any questions!
waist up: $7
full body: $10
no colour: $0
black and white/monochrome: $3
full colour: $5
extra characters: $3-$10 per character
you can contact me by messaging me here on tumblr!
Overgrown security window inside a patient bedroom in the Walker Building at Central State Hospital in Milledgeville, GA. This building - originally built to house convalescent white males in 1884 - has fallen into a state of advanced deterioration; the roofs are gone off significant portions, and nature is overtaking much of the building.
Finding human organs in jars is not an altogether uncommon occurrence when poking around the recesses of America’s abandoned asylums and hospitals. Bumping into a cabinet upon which two such jars, the formalin long since dried out, rests at 4 in the morning is slightly unnerving. This happened to me at Tuscaloosa’s Bryce State Hospital some time back, as I was searching around for those middle-of-the-night photographs to kill time until civil twilight broke. After first light, I got so caught up in shooting a brand-new (to me) Kirkbride building that I completely forgot about the jars of organs - until it was almost time to go, at which point, I returned to grab a few captures. Here’s one of them.
Since probably no one’s ever going to look closely enough because they’re too engrossed in the wonderful story by @insanitysbloomings, here’s a closeup from Part 4 of the BTU comic to show that I spent wayyyyy too long agonizing over tiny details like itty bitty Ladybug freckles~!