… swirls dynamic energy around a pretty face, seemingly capturing the moment when their enemy, amidst the chaos of battle, falls madly in love.
The Damsel has its first concept sketch, possible book cover and a ton more motivation for me to finish it quickly! Below is the drawing in question.
The other purpose of this site is for me to hone my writing by focussing on my daily life and describing it in compelling narrative, to further my own skills.
The man was blind drunk, riding a roughly tethered cart of open crates filled with razor blades, knives, nails and wood axes very fast towards the cliff edge and he looked particularly happy about it.
I have learned to draw by observation and most of those come from watching anime. My style is a bit strange lolol since i mixed manga and anime like K-on as reference previously xD
This week’s Sharing Saturday falls on Christmas Eve, so I’ve gathered some of the most appealing Christmas art that I’ve stumbled across this year.
The only girl who dared to sit on the front row had her pastel-pale face slumped into her folded arms; a doll with her strings cut. “Good morning class!” Kenempti thought she should at least try to be enthusiastic. Someone had to be.
Originally posted on Anita's Haven:
INTERVIEW TIME A special treat for this Friday 13th! ( not that I put much stock in the superstitions, but it can be quite fun). Geoff Nelder, the awarded author of the Aria trilogy, is going to put a smile on your face with his mischievous wit and wicked…
So, first for Sharing Saturdays, here is one of the stunning series by Sakimichan. Each picture is a character representing a sign of the Western zodiac.
The lights shine in my face and I try to remember that this time I chose to be here. Fate of the world, and all that. I used to think that was just an expression. Opposite me is Richard Gupta, floating in a lounging position, which I know he is doing to taunt me for my disability. ‘I can fly and you can’t’.