Jun252018

Pride Month: Illustrating Queer Characters Biffy & Lyall by Ace Artemis

Ace Artemis is a stalwart of the fan art community who has been particularly kind to my queer characters. In honor of Pride month, Gentle Reader, I’m featuring Ace’s work here in my blog.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

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First up?

Biffy & Lyall!

Want a behind the scenes nugget?

Ace drew this image, and I liked the sentiment so much I wrote it into Romancing the Werewolf.

After Romancing the Werewolf came out, we got these ones as well…

And, here’s a special sneaky future window, I was also inspired by this image…

…for a major scene at the beginning of Reticence, the final book in the Custard Protocol series, out next year.

Find More Parasolverse Fan Art on Gail’s Pinterest & Wikia.

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