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The Lady Who Loved Him: Nighttime by suburbanbeatnik The Lady Who Loved Him: Nighttime :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 9 2 The Lady Who Loved Him: First Meeting by suburbanbeatnik The Lady Who Loved Him: First Meeting :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 10 1 The Lady Who Loved Him: Hyde Park by suburbanbeatnik The Lady Who Loved Him: Hyde Park :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 9 2 Christmas Greetings from Vaughn and Perdita by suburbanbeatnik Christmas Greetings from Vaughn and Perdita :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 64 6 A Chaplet of Roses by suburbanbeatnik A Chaplet of Roses :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 56 13 Underground Railroad by suburbanbeatnik Underground Railroad :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 66 18 Airship Alice and Luigi by suburbanbeatnik Airship Alice and Luigi :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 46 8 Her Wicked Longing: Audrey by suburbanbeatnik Her Wicked Longing: Audrey :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 36 8 Her Wicked Longing: Gillian by suburbanbeatnik Her Wicked Longing: Gillian :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 20 9 Lili and James by suburbanbeatnik Lili and James :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 56 19 Richard and Rose by suburbanbeatnik Richard and Rose :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 47 10 Wicked Rivals by suburbanbeatnik Wicked Rivals :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 57 6 Alice and Luigi Waltz by suburbanbeatnik Alice and Luigi Waltz :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 36 6 Aine and Evion by suburbanbeatnik Aine and Evion :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 28 5 Xandrine, oil sketch by suburbanbeatnik Xandrine, oil sketch :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 25 0 Jean-Christophe, color by suburbanbeatnik Jean-Christophe, color :iconsuburbanbeatnik:suburbanbeatnik 18 0


Saladin (2) by Victoria-Poloniae Saladin (2) :iconvictoria-poloniae:Victoria-Poloniae 11 2 Gin 20170926 by NikeMV Gin 20170926 :iconnikemv:NikeMV 68 9 Grand English breakfast by MightyOtaking Grand English breakfast :iconmightyotaking:MightyOtaking 593 42 St Joan of Arc by awanqi St Joan of Arc :iconawanqi:awanqi 897 59 The snowy reunion by TheBrassGlass The snowy reunion :iconthebrassglass:TheBrassGlass 30 12 Crimson Peak by rerekina Crimson Peak :iconrerekina:rerekina 593 26 Afternoon Haze by awanqi Afternoon Haze :iconawanqi:awanqi 366 21 100 Days of Old Movies by Alene 100 Days of Old Movies :iconalene:Alene 12 6 Lux libera nos by LiberLibelula Lux libera nos :iconliberlibelula:LiberLibelula 268 15 Wounded Bandit by LiberLibelula Wounded Bandit :iconliberlibelula:LiberLibelula 314 31 Monarch by janey-jane Monarch :iconjaney-jane:janey-jane 101 8 Princess Ipomea's Tower by GingerOpal Princess Ipomea's Tower :icongingeropal:GingerOpal 315 91 Oraithe by escume Oraithe :iconescume:escume 1,008 19 The Year of Jubilee by KristinaGehrmann The Year of Jubilee :iconkristinagehrmann:KristinaGehrmann 1,385 126 TudorQueens 6 - Catherine Parr by KristinaGehrmann TudorQueens 6 - Catherine Parr :iconkristinagehrmann:KristinaGehrmann 2,141 246
The Escape
They darted down the passage, Edmund trailing behind. He paused every so often to cast an eye back into the darkness and listen for footsteps. The floor dipped after a sharp turn and they found themselves splashing through ankle-deep water. The tunnel became dank with moisture. It narrowed, too, until they could only pass through one by one. Edmund held his torch high in the vain hope of lighting the way.
At last, the passage opened again; the party clustered together once more. Edmund found himself beside Andar.
 “This way,” Tethor called over his shoulder, gesturing in the light of Drey's torch toward an archway.
Everyone moved to follow, save Edmund. He turned instead to Andar, grasping his coat and shoving him into the wall with such force, it surprised even Edmund.
“I know what you told them, but I need to know for myself. Did you give that order?” The party ground to a halt. Edmund could feel their stares, but he didn't care. He kept Andar pinned to t
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Journal Entry: Mon Nov 27, 2017, 5:16 AM



Hey guys, I'm selling a LOT of my old artwork. It's priced to move, so buy it while it's here! Message me if you want a particular piece.

Also, for my Cyber Monday sale, all commissions are 30% off!!!! I have a few slots available in December, so make sure to put your name in soon. 

Another holiday treat: I will be illustrating one NEW Disney lady and villain, to be debuted on December 15th! Anyone who buys anything from me for the Cyber Monday sale or commissions a new piece from me will get a special sneak peak of the preparatory sketches. 

(Addendum: many of the art pieces from my site portfolio is also on sale-- so send me a note if a particular piece takes your fancy.) 

Thanks everyone, and HAPPY HOLIDAYS!! 

Going for $15

  Peter by suburbanbeatnik   The Eternal Sleeper: Villains by suburbanbeatnik  The Eternal Sleeper: Poison by suburbanbeatnik  Mother of Crawly Things by suburbanbeatnik  Meg and Mr. Jenkins by suburbanbeatnik  Elsa by suburbanbeatnik

  Going for $20
  The Sultana page 1 by suburbanbeatnik  The Sultana page 2 by suburbanbeatnik 

Mature Content

The Sultana page 3 by suburbanbeatnik

  Going for $25
     Prince Humperdinck by suburbanbeatnik 

  Going for $35
  Steampunk Girl by suburbanbeatnik   Cyan's Song by suburbanbeatnik  Saint-Just by suburbanbeatnik

  Going for $40

  The Chimera by suburbanbeatnik   Prince Frederick by suburbanbeatnik 

  Going for $50 
  Chantal's Got a Gun by suburbanbeatnik    Bellerophon and Zeus by suburbanbeatnik  Swallow the Light by suburbanbeatnik  American Rococo by suburbanbeatnik

  Going for $60

  The Chronead by suburbanbeatnik  Lewis, Clark and Sacagawea by suburbanbeatnik  Bellerophon and Pegasus at King Proteus' palace by suburbanbeatnik  Bellerophon and Lobates by suburbanbeatnik  After Lobates' feast by suburbanbeatnik

  Going for $75
  The Big Bad Wolf Speaks by suburbanbeatnik   Late 15th century Esmeralda by suburbanbeatnik   Early Victorian Hans by suburbanbeatnik   The Birthday of the Infanta by suburbanbeatnik   Mme. de Montespan- final by suburbanbeatnik  The Magician's Nephew by suburbanbeatnik 

  Bellerophon and Princess Philonoe by suburbanbeatnik  Queen Mariana and Prince-Consort Carolus by suburbanbeatnik  Early Victorian Elsa: 'Let It Go' Ice Costume by suburbanbeatnik

  Going for $80

  Bellerophon fights the Chimera by suburbanbeatnik

  Going for $85

  The Phoenix Queen by suburbanbeatnik  Bellerophon and Pegasus by suburbanbeatnik

  Going for $90
  Edward II and Piers Gaveston by suburbanbeatnik

  Going for $100

  Saruman by suburbanbeatnik  Galadriel by suburbanbeatnik

  • Listening to: KCRW
  • Reading: Enemy of Love-- Virginia Coffman
  • Drinking: tea


Joanne Renaud
Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
United States
Joanne Renaud, who earned a BFA in illustration from Art Center College of Design, has been writing, drawing and painting as long as she can remember. She went to college in a variety of places, including Northern Ireland and Southern California, and enjoys history, comics, children’s books, and cheesy fantasy movies from the ’80s. She currently works as both an author and a freelance illustrator in the Los Angeles area. Her novel "A Question of Time" was released from Champagne Books in November 2012, and her illustration clients include Simon & Schuster, Random House, Houghton Mifflin, Macmillan-McGraw Hill, Harcourt Inc., Zaner Bloser, and GOS Multimedia.

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Villain poll take 2. I deleted the villain poll by accident... but the Wicked Queen and Frollo are neck to neck. Vote for your fave! (Poll ends at 11/28/17 11:59 PST.) 

43 deviants said Queen Grimhilde (the Wicked Queen from Snow White)
30 deviants said Judge Claude Frollo



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Libra1010 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
 Miss Joanne, please pardon me for asking a question out of the blue, but if you were commissioned to illustrate Count Dracula would you prefer a short or a detailed description? (since the character is so famous that Everyone has their own idea of the old bloodsucker). 
suburbanbeatnik Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Professional Traditional Artist
Interesting question! I sent you a note. :) 
Libra1010 Featured By Owner 2 days ago
 Message Received and Replied To!Nod 
NuitsdeYoung Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Many thanks for the enchanting paintings and drawings from your sale, which arrived safely after all their travels. Darling, beautiful little Max and the other boys are now happily ensconced in the flat (the house was once home to William Etty as a teenaged apprentice!). They will be cherished dearly.
suburbanbeatnik Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Professional Traditional Artist
Yay! It took FOREVER (what with the ridiculous weather) but I'm glad they arrived safely. 
Libra1010 Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2018
 Happy New Year Ms. Renaud.:) (Smile) 
Libra1010 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2017
 Ms. Renaud, I hope that you have enjoyed a Very Merry Christmas and that all proceeds well?:) (Smile) 
Libra1010 Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2017
 Ms. Joanne, I hope that you are well and that your Muse has been kind to you - Best Wishes and do keep well!:) (Smile) 
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