Finished commission of young Alexander Cromwell and his sphynx, Mordred, for the awesome adventureswithhobbits. I will never get enough of dapper young sirs in Victorian fashion.
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EDIT: Darkened his hair color some. Boy was gettin’ to brown up in hurr.
Playing around with silent comics to see how much narrative I can get across without dialogue and with as few panels as possible. I’m not sure I’m completely sold on how I did the panel boarders, but it was worth experimenting with. I used one of my RP characters as a guinea-pig and listened to the soundtrack for Wolf Children: Ame and Yuki on repeat, so I hope the mood transfers correctly in these two pages.
Square faces for square canvases, aww yiss. I probably should’ve slowed down painting this. That nose is huge. I like the close-up better because you can’t see my poor use of the rest of the canvas space. Channeling some serious Leyendecker on these oil paintings.
I paint more nekkid peoplez. This time, finally a male model.
Oil on canvas
Cell-shade commission for Riga - this is her badass Pikey ass-kicker, Max, who is fly enough to pop her collar apparently.
Finished painting of our last female model in my figure painting course, appropriately titled “Nude With Lemons.” I feel like a real artist now that I name paintings after something obvious.
Come get it, Caravaggio, with your “Boy with Lizard”/”Boy with Fruit” shit.
Oil on canvas, 18”x24”
Doodled up this little bat chica while on campus to test out a style and my favorite new pocket inking brush. Scanned it and played around on photoshoop with it. She was inspired by this girl I saw on campus today, wearing a dress and boots like that - I thought she looked like she was about to go kick some ass and be pretty in the process.
This is also another excuse to abuse my love of thick eyebrows.
I regret nothing. |:
I did the Facebook page thing. So if you’re on Facebook, you should idk. Maybe go check my page out? That would be lovely. I’m slowly updating more art to it, though my tumblr will still be host to my sillier things and my weirdness.
Some photos of two other con commissions I got yesterday at ALT:Con. The first is from GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka, and I’m only mildly upset that he turned out looking like Joffrey from Game of Thrones. It was a reminder that I really need to work on drawing things other than people, because that motorcycle looks terrible.
The second is X-23, though the guy who wanted it didn’t have a very specific universe in mind for her design.
I really had fun doing this style of cartoon with the pocket brush pen I got and the watercolor.
Went to ALT:Con today, a one-day local comic book/anime/game convention, and sold some work in Artist Alley. I did on-spot watercolor commissions like these, and those were a hit - there were some really fun and interesting characters to draw! C:
On the left is my character, Dorian, that I did as an example of what I’d provide. On the right is Chell from Portal, or more specifically my friend who was cosplaying Chell (she was a badass Chell, too, might I add). These are the only two I actually have on me, and I tried snapping photos of the others, so I’ll be posting those later on.