I haven’t been around much in the past year or so because I chose to spend my time on other, non-creative but nevertheless important things. But now that I’ve successfully completed my one year at university (yay!) I’m itching to get back at it again!

Tiles by OblyTile

Additional icons by daKirby309

Additional additional icons by me! I figured this was as good an excuse as any to learn how to do vector graphics.

dynameter said: You have some fantastic art!

Thank you! <3

A commission I did for Bittersweet Candy Bowl! Seven characters from the comic, in all their lowpoly glory. Visit the site to see them in action :)

A commission I did for Bittersweet Candy Bowl! Seven characters from the comic, in all their lowpoly glory. Visit the site to see them in action :)

Work in progress! Animation, how does it work ლ(ಠ益ಠლ)  
I&#8217;m going to be off the grid for some weeks, so I&#8217;ll have to finish this animation when I get back to my computer. Which will hopefully be before HotS is released!
And yes, it&#8217;s a Swarm Host 8)

Work in progress! Animation, how does it work ლ(ಠ益ಠლ)  

I’m going to be off the grid for some weeks, so I’ll have to finish this animation when I get back to my computer. Which will hopefully be before HotS is released!

And yes, it’s a Swarm Host 8)

176 triangles
Don&#8217;t ask me how it can even spin without any cloth on the sails.

176 triangles

Don’t ask me how it can even spin without any cloth on the sails.

I don&#8217;t normally show photos of my other creative outlet, bread baking, but I&#8217;m making an exception for this loaf. 
I wanted to try my hand at baking a marbled rye bread, the recipe of which I found in Peter Reinhart&#8217;s book The Bread Baker&#8217;s Apprentice (I can highly recommended this book, btw). I cheated a bit though; I used Waldkorn instead of rye for the dark parts. The result exceeded my expectations, both in looks and in taste. :)

I don’t normally show photos of my other creative outlet, bread baking, but I’m making an exception for this loaf. 

I wanted to try my hand at baking a marbled rye bread, the recipe of which I found in Peter Reinhart’s book The Bread Baker’s Apprentice (I can highly recommended this book, btw). I cheated a bit though; I used Waldkorn instead of rye for the dark parts. The result exceeded my expectations, both in looks and in taste. :)