Check out at this Koko fanart by Melanie Tingdahl! Isn’t it cute? One of our unused cover designs actually looked something like this. Thanks so much, Melanie!

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6 Responses to fanart!

  1. I just finished reading koko! it’s a lovely story and your art is just so beautiful :D great work!

  2. Kevina says:

    I can’t wait for more updates! I’ve been rereading Koko. Man o man, it is good.

  3. It’s been a long time since I’ve visited your site, and I am so so glad to see that you’re still updating!!

    I have been kind of a ‘closet fan’ of sorts for yours for a while; I’d discovered your site randomly when you were still updating “Strings of Fate”…so I guess that was like 2004-ish? Anyway, I wanted to say that your work is really wonderful. I really enjoy your style; the way that you do faces so simply yet with such expression just fascinates me; I wish I could do that.

    I’m also an artist. Well, I haven’t been much of one for a while (work and life have seemed to have muddled that pretty well). I’ve actually packed that part of me away somewhere, and I don’t know why.

    Visiting your site again and looking through your art has rekindled a little of that lost spark I’d had for drawing. I’ve been uninspired for a really long time, and seeing again and recognizing the familiarity of your style has raised some nostalgia in me; it makes me think back to that time around 2004 when I was a dreamy-er person, who got lost in her head and drew. And I have to thank you for bringing that out, even just a little bit.

    Thank you so much for sticking to what you love to do, and showing the world examples of what you do; it inspires people and it has really inspired me again. Thank you so much.


  4. Annabel says:

    I just wanted to ask if you were going to sell any more Monster Sex prints or maybe a book of them…? :) I absolutely love them!!

  5. Secret Admirer says:

    Hello, I have come to know about you after reading Koko Be Good, which was available to me at the San Francisco Public Library. I really like your work and look forward to your next ones!

    :) You are awesome.

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