I love this far too much. Is it worrying that every time I come across a piece of your work I then go back through your gallery? Either way great work! I was particularly impressed with how you threw so much texture into the hair and wing with just 3 colours!
*drools* OMFG...GOOD OMENS AND SHERLOCK! Beautiful art.... *insane fangirl cackle* Two of my VERY FAVORITE things...TOGETHER...CRAP. THIS. IS. AMAZING. HOLY FRAK. My life is complete. No seriously. I am satisfied. I may have fallen on the floor from this, but don't judge me for that. I'm just an insane Good Omens/Sherlock fangirl who thinks she died and went to heaven from seeing this. Don't mind me.
I love etothepii's story so much that I was actually planning on also doing some fanart for it! Of course mine would be a silly doodle, but the thought was there X) Still, your pic is amazing. I love it. Etothepii doesn't get enough fanlove for all his amazing stories
This is awesome! I was just discussing GO with a few friends, playing the game of "who would star in the movie version," and I argued vociferously for Benedict Cumberbatch for Crowley. So, on top of being *absolutely gorgeous* (love the eyes and words being the only touches of colour), it's timely too!
Haha, I pretty much bought Good Omens to read for my travel home just to be able to read that crossover ; ) (plus, eeeeeeveryone's been nagging at me to read either gaiman or pratchett. was about time)
I've only got a bit of the book left, so soooooon I'll be able to appreciate this drawing ; )
This is great!!! I like how the only colour are the eyes and the writing which contrast greatly with the rest of the picture. Great work dear!!! *scurries away to read the fic* ~~~Some time Later~~~ I read the fic. Thank you for sharing the link to it!!!
Good Omens is utterly not 'teeny'. It's a collaboration between Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, both known for their off-beat and sometimes wicked senses of humour. Featuring a cast including Aziraphale (an angel) and Crowley (an angel who did not so much fall, as saunter vaguely downwards), it's in many ways a fairly domestic British Apocalypse.
It's one of the only books I've ended up with two copies of, the first fell apart from so many readings.
No, it's alright. You have every right to be so assertive in your reply. I can relate, I would have done the same You make it sound very interesting, and I really would love to have a go at the series.
Heh, ok then. With the Discworld books, the first two (The Colour of Magic/The Light Fantastic) are very much Pratchett's early works, and it does show in the writing. I'd personally recommend starting with the City Watch subset of books, which begins with 'Guards! Guards!', mostly because they're my personal favourite but also because they are a good starting point. If you want a good starter for Gaiman's books, there's an anthology called Smoke and Mirrors, or American Gods and Anansi Boys. He's also written a book technically aimed at younger readers but just as good for us old ones called The Graveyard Book.