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Check it out!  There are now SHIPPING PERKS for you to purchase if you’ve backed a perk that includes a book!

The books will be heavy and therefore expensive to ship, and the amount of money I’ve raised covers only the printing of the books and the production of the perks, and since there’s so many of you, I can’t afford to cover all the shipping myself, especially since plenty are going outside the UK.

I’ve made it simple.  Don’t buy a shipping perk if you’ve only backed little perks, like the pin badges or the prints, because shipping those will be trivial.  Do buy a shipping perk if you’ve got anything including a book!  There are two shipping perks: one for those within Europe, including the UK, and one for literally anywhere else.

How did we work out how much the books would cost, you ask, if we don’t have the prototypes yet?  Well!  We used MATHS.  It’s an estimated weight based on the gsm of the paper and the size of the book.  MATHS.

Speaking of the prototypes, guess what’s going to print this week?

posted 1 day ago with 4 notes

Practice of dogs and crystals.

posted 2 days ago with 26 notes

I’ve also been doing a few bits other than demons to make sure my hands don’t crystallise.  Here’s some hemlock.  Or is it? Maybe I’ve drawn some cow parsley.  (Not as glamorous.)

I’ve also been doing a few bits other than demons to make sure my hands don’t crystallise.  Here’s some hemlock.  Or is it? Maybe I’ve drawn some cow parsley.  (Not as glamorous.)

posted 3 days ago with 16 notes

thealphandomega asked: "do you know how much international shipping should be yet? I want to order but I dont know how much i should donate."

I’m afraid not.  I need to print the prototypes in order to weigh them in their packing boxes to work out how much they’ll cost to post, and I’m sending them to print by the end of the week, which in turn means that I’ll have them in the paper, so to speak, by the end of next week.  I’m sorry for the wait, but I’m going as fast as I can!

posted 1 week ago with 1 note

Ars Goetia update

You will have got this via email if you’ve backed, but just in case you missed it: please let me know what copper lamen you want if you have backed a perk that includes one!  Let me know the name of the demon, or the co-ordinate from the seals poster, or which demon print you want it to match if you’re having a matching print.  The demons available to print are the ones in the gallery.  If you want me to randomise it for you, that’s also fine!  Just let me know and we cool.

Please let me know either in the IGG comments, via email to lupie[.]stardust at gmail dot com or on this tumblar right here as soon as you can so that I can get carving!

posted 1 week ago

I have an instagram now for sharing WIPs (and my face haha) and stuff, so you should follow me. I’m misterlucian on there.

posted 1 week ago with 3 notes

I drew neutralize :) he’s so beautiful it genuinely makes me catch my breath every time he posts a picture of himself.  did this on some spare card with a gel pen. I’m pleased with how much he looks like him!

I drew neutralize :) he’s so beautiful it genuinely makes me catch my breath every time he posts a picture of himself.  did this on some spare card with a gel pen. I’m pleased with how much he looks like him!

posted 1 week ago with 184 notes

lushwig-fittgenstein:

today’s efforts
once i’ve pulled all the existing patches off my jacket, dyed it black and rearranged them all back on, this is going on and you’ll get pictures of that

I made this, it is one of the greatest freehanded letterings I’ve ever done.
Follow for more soft krieg.

lushwig-fittgenstein:

today’s efforts

once i’ve pulled all the existing patches off my jacket, dyed it black and rearranged them all back on, this is going on and you’ll get pictures of that

I made this, it is one of the greatest freehanded letterings I’ve ever done.

Follow for more soft krieg.


angryfetus22 asked: "I am so so pleased that your fundraiser is going so disgustingly well!"

Me too! :D  I’m currently able to do a print run TWICE what I was originally going to, and a hardcover run as well, of really obsequiously quality books, with no cut corners, haha.  I can also just about cover the perks as well AND ISBNs and I am deLIGHTED.

posted 1 week ago with 1 note

da-at-ass:

misterlucian:

imsoweirdimnotanitimanith:

misterlucian:

misterlucian:

So I’m drawing Goetic demons at the moment because of reasons and this is my favourite :)  Andrealphus!  He appears in the form of a peacock with “trumpets and much shouting” and then teaches you about astronomy and then turns you into a bird.  And then he leaves! bye
amazing, what an inspiration

This has now got about a billion notes and thank you!  It was a trial sketch for the book, because I really adore Andrealphus a lot and had quite a clear idea of what he looked like.  So I wanted to just… try him out for size, so to speak. (woof)
The real version - albeit cropped - version that will be in the book is this one here, if you’re interested.

SO FOR THOSE NOT AWARE
THIS GUY MADE A FULLY ILLUSTRATED, WELL TRANSLATED AND EASY TO UNDERSTAND GUIDE ON THE DEMONS OF ARS GOETIA AND HOW TO SUMMON THEM
IT’S ON INDIEGOGO, AND TO GET A COPY, YOU PAY $50 OR 25 POUNDS
HIS ART IS GORGEOUS, MOST OF IT IS IN COLOR, AND THE GUY IS A CHARMER IN HIS VIDEO

Oh my god, no, wait! I haven’t made a guide on how to summon them. The summoning part is explicitly left out. Please do not use my book to attempt anything even remotely like summoning.
The seals I’ve drawn are probably not suitable (as the glyphs extend outside the framing circle), I’ve never done it, and cannot therefore vouch for anything. If you want to summon, go and find the guidance of someone who has already done it successfully. I am not one of those.

I got this.
How to summon a demon on purpose.
It’s my (and Tif’s) personal methodology which has also worked for others. It’s not literal Ars Goetia technique. Depends on your own personal philosophy and what you’re going for whether you’ll find it useful.
Also THAT IS THE PRETTIEST ANDREALPHUS.

Thanks darling! x

da-at-ass:

misterlucian:

imsoweirdimnotanitimanith:

misterlucian:

misterlucian:

So I’m drawing Goetic demons at the moment because of reasons and this is my favourite :)  Andrealphus!  He appears in the form of a peacock with “trumpets and much shouting” and then teaches you about astronomy and then turns you into a bird.  And then he leaves! bye

amazing, what an inspiration

This has now got about a billion notes and thank you!  It was a trial sketch for the book, because I really adore Andrealphus a lot and had quite a clear idea of what he looked like.  So I wanted to just… try him out for size, so to speak. (woof)

The real version - albeit cropped - version that will be in the book is this one here, if you’re interested.

SO FOR THOSE NOT AWARE

THIS GUY MADE A FULLY ILLUSTRATED, WELL TRANSLATED AND EASY TO UNDERSTAND GUIDE ON THE DEMONS OF ARS GOETIA AND HOW TO SUMMON THEM

IT’S ON INDIEGOGO, AND TO GET A COPY, YOU PAY $50 OR 25 POUNDS

HIS ART IS GORGEOUS, MOST OF IT IS IN COLOR, AND THE GUY IS A CHARMER IN HIS VIDEO

Oh my god, no, wait! I haven’t made a guide on how to summon them. The summoning part is explicitly left out. Please do not use my book to attempt anything even remotely like summoning.

The seals I’ve drawn are probably not suitable (as the glyphs extend outside the framing circle), I’ve never done it, and cannot therefore vouch for anything. If you want to summon, go and find the guidance of someone who has already done it successfully. I am not one of those.

I got this.

How to summon a demon on purpose.

It’s my (and Tif’s) personal methodology which has also worked for others. It’s not literal Ars Goetia technique. Depends on your own personal philosophy and what you’re going for whether you’ll find it useful.

Also THAT IS THE PRETTIEST ANDREALPHUS.

Thanks darling! x


imsoweirdimnotanitimanith:

misterlucian:

misterlucian:

So I’m drawing Goetic demons at the moment because of reasons and this is my favourite :)  Andrealphus!  He appears in the form of a peacock with “trumpets and much shouting” and then teaches you about astronomy and then turns you into a bird.  And then he leaves! bye
amazing, what an inspiration

This has now got about a billion notes and thank you!  It was a trial sketch for the book, because I really adore Andrealphus a lot and had quite a clear idea of what he looked like.  So I wanted to just… try him out for size, so to speak. (woof)
The real version - albeit cropped - version that will be in the book is this one here, if you’re interested.

SO FOR THOSE NOT AWARE
THIS GUY MADE A FULLY ILLUSTRATED, WELL TRANSLATED AND EASY TO UNDERSTAND GUIDE ON THE DEMONS OF ARS GOETIA AND HOW TO SUMMON THEM
IT’S ON INDIEGOGO, AND TO GET A COPY, YOU PAY $50 OR 25 POUNDS
HIS ART IS GORGEOUS, MOST OF IT IS IN COLOR, AND THE GUY IS A CHARMER IN HIS VIDEO

Oh my god, no, wait! I haven’t made a guide on how to summon them. The summoning part is explicitly left out. Please do not use my book to attempt anything even remotely like summoning. The seals I’ve drawn are probably not suitable (as the glyphs extend outside the framing circle), I’ve never done it, and cannot therefore vouch for anything. If you want to summon, go and find the guidance of someone who has already done it successfully. I am not one of those.

imsoweirdimnotanitimanith:

misterlucian:

misterlucian:

So I’m drawing Goetic demons at the moment because of reasons and this is my favourite :)  Andrealphus!  He appears in the form of a peacock with “trumpets and much shouting” and then teaches you about astronomy and then turns you into a bird.  And then he leaves! bye

amazing, what an inspiration

This has now got about a billion notes and thank you!  It was a trial sketch for the book, because I really adore Andrealphus a lot and had quite a clear idea of what he looked like.  So I wanted to just… try him out for size, so to speak. (woof)

The real version - albeit cropped - version that will be in the book is this one here, if you’re interested.

SO FOR THOSE NOT AWARE

THIS GUY MADE A FULLY ILLUSTRATED, WELL TRANSLATED AND EASY TO UNDERSTAND GUIDE ON THE DEMONS OF ARS GOETIA AND HOW TO SUMMON THEM

IT’S ON INDIEGOGO, AND TO GET A COPY, YOU PAY $50 OR 25 POUNDS

HIS ART IS GORGEOUS, MOST OF IT IS IN COLOR, AND THE GUY IS A CHARMER IN HIS VIDEO

Oh my god, no, wait! I haven’t made a guide on how to summon them. The summoning part is explicitly left out. Please do not use my book to attempt anything even remotely like summoning.

The seals I’ve drawn are probably not suitable (as the glyphs extend outside the framing circle), I’ve never done it, and cannot therefore vouch for anything. If you want to summon, go and find the guidance of someone who has already done it successfully. I am not one of those.


Oh my god, I joked about it a couple of days ago, but now I actually do have 600 followers on here.  You’re all beautiful endless rainbows of delight, each and every one of you.  Thank you.

posted 2 weeks ago with 5 notes

misterlucian:

So I’m drawing Goetic demons at the moment because of reasons and this is my favourite :)  Andrealphus!  He appears in the form of a peacock with “trumpets and much shouting” and then teaches you about astronomy and then turns you into a bird.  And then he leaves! bye
amazing, what an inspiration

This has now got about a billion notes and thank you!  It was a trial sketch for the book, because I really adore Andrealphus a lot and had quite a clear idea of what he looked like.  So I wanted to just… try him out for size, so to speak. (woof)
The real version - albeit cropped - version that will be in the book is this one here, if you’re interested.

misterlucian:

So I’m drawing Goetic demons at the moment because of reasons and this is my favourite :)  Andrealphus!  He appears in the form of a peacock with “trumpets and much shouting” and then teaches you about astronomy and then turns you into a bird.  And then he leaves! bye

amazing, what an inspiration

This has now got about a billion notes and thank you!  It was a trial sketch for the book, because I really adore Andrealphus a lot and had quite a clear idea of what he looked like.  So I wanted to just… try him out for size, so to speak. (woof)

The real version - albeit cropped - version that will be in the book is this one here, if you’re interested.