Abigail Larson

Mothman's Teatime by AbigailLarsonMothman’s Teatime

Abigail had ambitions of becoming an opera singer and joining the circus while growing up, and although neither of those ended up working out too well, she still enjoys both.
She began drawing with ink and painting with watercolor. She has recently developed a taste for flat digital coloring in addition to traditional media. Her biggest influences are Edgar Allan Poe, Dr. Seuss, and many classic gothic works of fiction, such as Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” and Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein,” just to name a couple. Her greatest artistic influences have been Arthur Rackham, Edmund Dulac, Kay Nielsen, John William Waterhouse, and Edward Gorey.”

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Breakups are Tough. by AbigailLarsonBreakups are Tough

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Black Silk by AbigailLarsonBlack Silk

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Little Red and the Wolf by AbigailLarsonLittle Red and the Wolf

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Snow White in the Woods by AbigailLarsonSnow White in the Woods

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Beauty and the Beast by AbigailLarsonBeauty and the Beast

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The Night Circus by AbigailLarsonThe Night Circus

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Storytime with the Goblins by AbigailLarsonStorytime with the Goblins

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Little Mermaid by AbigailLarsonLittle Mermaid

BPRD by AbigailLarsonBPRD

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All Hallow's Read 2012 by AbigailLarsonAll Hallow’s Read 2012

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Elisa and Goliath by AbigailLarsonElisa and Goliath

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Barnabas by AbigailLarson
Barnabas
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Princess Bonnibel Bubblegum by AbigailLarson

Princess Bonnibel Bubblegum
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Marceline the Vampire Queen by AbigailLarsonMarceline the Vampire Queen
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Flame Princess by AbigailLarson

Flame Princess
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Harvest Moon by AbigailLarson

Harvest Moon
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The Death of Ophelia by AbigailLarson

The Death of Ophelia
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Charlotte Sketch by AbigailLarson

Charlotte Sketch
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H.P. Lovecraft by AbigailLarson

H.P. Lovecraft
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