I've got another piece I did for a friend to show you today. This is one I've had in the back of my mind for a long. long time now, but it's only been recently that I've been well enough (finally!) to complete it.
This is for one of my Trans friends, as a kind of half Birthday, half Congratulations-on-getting-your-hormones-and-officially-starting-your-transition present.
When I talk to people about the Trans community for the first time, especially with those who aren't familiar with it, I always use the analogy of sweets in the wrong wrappers. Obviously, it's a little more complex than that, but, it works if you're trying to keep it simple and lighthearted, or trying to explain the concept to children.
This piece is an extension of that analogy, because I've always felt that it doesn't matter what your wrapper is (or what you decide to change or alter about it), it is most definitely the inside that counts, and that's what I wanted to reiterate to my friend, as they start the next leg of their journey.
I also made sure that this was the first piece that came out of my new printer... and just check out how crisp it is!!! Worth every penny.
(I may do prints of this, or cards, but it's something I'd want to okay with my friend first. It's my piece, but I made it for them, so we'll see.)
Enough mushy stuff from me, I'll try and post again soon.
My Christmas card sales for the year are now closed and it's been really successful.
Thanks to everyone who bought cards or donated! You've helped to raise enough for two tickets to Crisis at Christmas, and a little left over for the everyday kitty.
My Christmas cards are now on sale on my Etsy shop. In fact, I've not had time to write this post because they've been selling so fast! I'm afraid all the 10 packs are gone, as well as all the angel-only 6 packs.
There are still plenty of 6 packs of mixed designs, and Home Alone cards in both 6 packs and 10 packs. There are still single cards available in both designs. Head on over to snap some up before they go :)
There's also a separate listing for those who wish to give an added donation to Crisis (on top of the 10% of the profits I'll already be giving.)
Hannah is an illustrator and blogger from an incredibly flat part of England, called the Fens. (Harry Potter aficionados may recognize this as the birthplace of Salazar Slytherin.)
She is housebound with ME/CFS, and lives with her parents/carers, and her cat, Jessicat Fletcher, who is part adorable, fluffy kitten, and part vicious hellbeast.
~ You can find more of my work at hannahradenkova.co.uk ~
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