Handcrafted Celtic pouch from up-cycled leather and hammered wire ornaments called Pouch of the Dwarven Lords. It comes with its own beard made from faux sheep hide. Super soft, this little bag is perfect for keeping coins, your pet’s treats, tobacco, seeds, dice, MTG creature’s counters, and any amount of tiny things you may need to carry!  You can find it here! And if you are interested in the complementary Celtic necklace seen in the background, you can get one here!

Everyone I have cared for has either died or left me. Everyone - fucking except for you! So don’t tell me I would be safer with somebody else, because the truth is I would just be more scared.” – Ellie from The Last of Us

 (I had the scar on the right eyebrow, I just liked the image better flipped. I am also aware that is not Ellie’s knife.)


A little while back @dirtsaliva asked about the process behind getting those designs from flat colored to looking like an enamel pin. I know it’s kind of a silly niche outcome, but Photoshop effects are always super fascinating to me and I’m happy to share and encourage people playing around with fx, so here we go! 

I’m starting out from the “before” image on the left, where the lineart is one separate layer and each color is it’s own separate layer below it (super important that they’re all isolated from each other).

I’m sorry for leaving you a lil stranded on how to get to that, but if you’d like a guide on how to use the pen tool, put in some flats, and put together a color sheet, I’m going to cover that whole deal in a tutorial PDF that’s available exclusively on Kickstarter on backer rewards $8 and up, so check that out if you’re interested!

But, back to this! Steps under the cut cause it got lengthy.  

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