I’ve been very quiet over the last two years with one thing and another. I’m almost finished my fifth draft of my WIP. I had to take down my linky-poos for examples of my work. Long story. I will fix it when I get time, in the mean time enjoy some art.
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!
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
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