INKtober started on the second day of GeekGirlCon so I took this opportunity to do some quick sketches of con folk as they passed by my table. I really need to go out and do more of this, because it’s a ton of fun. For these, I used the Sakura Pigma Professional Brush Pen –… Continue reading INKtober Days 1-10
I have one announcement and some new art to share! First off: I’m going to be at GeekGirlCon in Seattle this weekend! I’ll be at Table D106, alongside The Art of Pri! I’ll have all of my stickers, prints, a few copies of my sketchbook, along with some original ink pieces. I’m so excited to… Continue reading GeekGirlCon and INKtober
Now that both Rose City Comic Con and Renton City Comic Con are done with, I sat down and updated my shop with a ton of new prints and stickers! PrielloArt’s Print Shop I’m also running a sale until the end of September. You get 20% off any order of $15 or more, no coupon… Continue reading Shop Update!
It usually takes a full volume to captivate me the way Kaoru Mori does with just the first page of A Bride’s Story Volume 1. To call this manga beautiful would be an understatement. It is absolutely gorgeous. And it’s not just the art, the writing for this manga is pretty great. Set in Central Asia… Continue reading Review: A Bride’s Story – Vol. 1
As both my husband and I are artists, our art book collection is always growing and one of our favorite places to find new books is Kinokuniya in Downtown Seattle. Both of us grew up and are still heavily influenced by Japanese manga and video games and Kinokuniya keeps a healthy stock of the latest… Continue reading Review: Art of Yoh Yoshinari
One of the hardest things to do when it comes to writing a story is picking where to start. How much time should you spend establishing the characters, the world, and its history? For someone to jump right into a story and slowly let the world develop and open up to the reader can be… Continue reading Review: The Girl from the Other Side
Series length varies greatly when it comes to manga. Some of my favorites have between 10-15 volumes, which is about average for shoujo, while a shounen series can run much longer. The 86th volume of One Piece releases tomorrow in Japan and it is still ongoing. Wanting to get into a series can be a… Continue reading Review: the gods lie