Names of 18th-century beauty patches
Beauty marks had names! And I find them hilarious.
I just needed to make sure more people saw this.
Lestat de Lioncourt frequently reminds the reader of his attraction to women in high-heels, particularly the distinct sound they make when walking because as similar to all vampires he has a preference for the fashions of his mortal years, and since he is a dramatic bisexual, he is most notably reminded of times when high-heels were customary fashion for men. In this essay I will,
Where’s the rest OP??
Oh, Lestat. You messed up your coat again.
Masquerade in Château de Lioncourt.
Halloween: “The Golden Devil & The Merciful Death“
InktoberVC Day 17: Vampire Snapchat
“No, Lestat. Just because you just woke up it does not mean it’s ‘morning’.”
I think I had not drawn Lestat in AGES. With the help of @i-want-my-iwtv I though he should wear some fancy Gucci or Balenciaga, but Gucci’s new collection was more appropriate with my ink colours, so Gucci it is.
My reference was Martin Rolinski (as suggested by both @i-want-my-iwtv and @joffrey-barathe0n ), and damn, if it was real I would totally follow the BratPrince on Snapchat (or even better, Instagram). I think that deserves its own mini-comic!