Of Corpses and Kimonos
Masako Hojo was not a walking corpse. Not that you'd know it, from the way I drew her clothes.
Catching up on Corrections
In which I finally have some time to sit down and hand out prizes for corrections - with updated art! Corrections and thanks are laid out for Wu Zetian, Ching Shih, Gudit, Isabel Godin, Mata Hari, Mai Bhago, and Vasilisa Vasilyevna.
Inuit Assassin's Creed: continued!
Ever thought that Inuit (or Mi'kmaq, or Inupiat) clothing is awesome? This is the post for you.
Getting the Mughals right - plus, Reddit!
Notice of an update where I give a more well-rounded portrayal of the Mughal Empire.
Nog Prize #1
In which I start the tradition of heralding people smarter than I am -- this time for catching something about Fredegund's entry!
Widowed young queen who led a fearsome rebellion against the British with her child tied to her back.
This goat-riding, spoon-wielding princess fought trolls to save her sister.
The poster child for childhood abuse, nobody should ever make a kids' movie about her.
Rose from poverty to become a respected journalist who raced Nellie Bly around the world.
One of the most powerful women in Zulu history, this cursed princess did what was necessary to protect the realm.