Amanda Zito
Illustration

If you’re in the Vancouver,WA area today from about 10-2 the lovely feministfandomgeek and I will be selling prints, stickers and key chains in Artists’ Alley for the last day of Kumoricon at the Hilton Convention Center!
Come drop by and give us a visit!
(News about upcoming Conventions Coming Soon!) 

If you’re in the Vancouver,WA area today from about 10-2 the lovely feministfandomgeek and I will be selling prints, stickers and key chains in Artists’ Alley for the last day of Kumoricon at the Hilton Convention Center!

Come drop by and give us a visit!

(News about upcoming Conventions Coming Soon!) 

whiskeysteel:

A Commission for Manda

whiskeysteel:

A Commission for Manda

Have some more sketchy sketches. I swear I’ll upload more ‘finished’ work soon guys. 

Have some tiny flowers :3 

All are about 2.5”x3.5” on Illustration Board

For Sale

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Help Amanda fix her Car

Hey everybody, 

So, today my car’s radiator literally exploded in the middle of rush hour traffic. I tried to pull into a parking lot but my car died in the middle of the bus lane half way there. A really amazing lady on a bicycle (she is a saint) stopped and called AAA for me so I wouldn’t have to pay for a tow truck (because I’m broke - I was literally on my way to a job when my car died). 

Long story short, my radiator needs to be replaced and I don’t have the money. So, if you can please go buy some prints from my Etsy shop, or boost this post that would be amazing.  Hopefully I can have a working vehicle again with your help.  

Thank You!!

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Wooo Red Pencil sketchy sketch. 
whiskeysteel:

For my dear dear septasamonster

whiskeysteel:

For my dear dear septasamonster

Warm Up Sketches Mini-Dump

In a Field of Poppies - Prints are Now Available

Go get your hands on my new 8”x10” Prints of In a Field of Poppies!! 

Commission! 9”x10”, Pencil, Amanda Zito. 2014. 
“La bellezza e il Gorilla” 18”x24”. Acrylic, Amanda Zito. 2014. 
"In a Field of Poppies" 8"x10" Digital. Amanda Zito. 2014. 
Poppies symbolize sleep, peace and death. The opium extracted from them has long been used to relieve pain. The blood red color of its petals is symbolic of blood. In Greek and Roman myths, poppies were used as offerings to the dead. 
[Prints Available]

The reason I went all the way back to Montana for the weekend!  Acrylic on  a Cow Skull, Commission of my Father and Grandmother. 

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