This looks like one of my base sketches for a more elaborate work. Sorry it’s not more finessed. I’m slightly more tired than expected, and I miss my cats terribly right now.
So I said I’d be participating in Inktober, but every time I commit to something like this, often something, life, crops up to derail my plans. This time it’s a new opportunity, job wise. So I’m moving back to the mainland. Hopefully not permanently.
I have decided I will be participating in Inktober this year seeing as the stars have hopefully aligned so I can spend time doodling instead writing! I have officially completed the first draft of book two (working title is The Red String Of Fate), and it clocks in at a hefty 147 000 words. I … Continue reading Inktober!
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.
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