I hadn’t realised I’d let so much time pass without posting. My wee study is more like a documentation of me improving my art over quarantine. I can personally see huge leaps of skilling up in each piece. Life is soon returning to normal and I’m not all that sure I want too. Le sigh.
my.w.tt/iaMO2QEyv6 It’s been a while since I shared parts of “The Path Once Chosen” universe. This snippet I probably won’t include in the final product. It’s set more in book two (Working Title, The Red String of Fate) or book three (Working Title, Beyond the Broken Boundary Walls) so don’t get a shock with Asadel … Continue reading A snippet shared
when you read the fledgling snippets of your current WIP. Apparently I originally named Asadel (my male main character) Frienze. Sorry, it was a weird feeling reading something with such familiar characters, but they aren’t quite themselves yet. The writing is very cringey, though I do believe this is a piece from 2008. It’s not … Continue reading That feeling you get…
So I’m stumbled upon this tidbit in my travels on the internet, and I thought I would share. Isn’t it interesting how one person can affect culture and fashion for so long. Source: Why Male Clothes Are Mostly Drab & Plain
Any way I decided to do a art study of character expressions in between rewriting chapters, and snippets for A Whisper of Destiny but I absolutely had to share this. I feel like I have come a long way from when I first started out this digital thing. Hopefully in the next couple of days … Continue reading Particularly proud of this
So I posted the basic outline for this sketch a while ago. This is the same sketch with a few more details. I used my body kun dolls for reference, as well as previous sketches of the two characters. Also Asadel’s outfit is referenced from an actual regency outfit. Tegwin’s upper half is referenced from … Continue reading Progress report
So I always wanted a wanted poster for my main character, Asadel. Today I sketched the face I wanted on the poster. In my head, Asadel’s pacing around scratching his head, saying, “it doesn’t even look like me.” That’s the point, darling. He’s pouting at me now. I’ve been ignoring him for weeks, and I’ve … Continue reading Today’s sketch
So I’m deep cleaning for new arrivals in my house, and whilst going through the myriad of note books, and papers I keep, I came across a wee snippet written out on scrap paper complete with a drawing. It gave me giggle, and I hope it gives you, my readers a bit of giggle too. … Continue reading Scribbles on Scrap Paper
I constantly use this blog as one of my sources in my research, and surprisingly this particular blog post. You’d be shocked how often I have to look up the kind of food that folks in Regency times ate. Back in my Weebly days I’d promised to share some of my research. Regency times and … Continue reading Food in Regency times
I’ve reposted so many of this guy’s vids on Facebook. It’s like he knows me personally. The struggle is real people!
Okay, so been watching art vids on YouTube all day, reading, with occasional writing of drabbles inserted here and there. I’m a bit sore and achey from staying up all night drawing. Definitely did not have that happen when I was in high school. The art vids have me feeling insecure about my art skills, … Continue reading I’m guilty of enjoying lockdown.
So I’ve never been that happy with my portraits of Tegwin. Classically beautiful is surprisingly hard to draw. I always liked to draw interesting faces, with wrinkles or freckles. Tegwin is an interesting character, but seemingly tiny and delicate and of course a flawless complexion (don’t worry kids, she’s no Mary Sue.) This is one … Continue reading Happy accident