One of my less funny comics I guess. ^^ The alliance dudes hide from the furious horde, stealthing among the trees... Ghost wolf, tree-form, feral bear, and one that has been hexed by his comrades..!
Made for the Swedish magazine "Level presenterar World of Warcraft" (Level presents World of Warcraft) no. 2/2011.
I've uploaded the sketched and inked version of it at my blog Comic Stance. Those who are interested can just click the link and check it out! If you have any questions, ask away. -> Go to Comic Stance
drew this YONKS ago, and finaly decided to colour it when i was feeling ill
the lady is my main- Danharah, and she's out for a strol with 'S Sanguel. the flirty little blood elf is a random... unless he looks like a blood elf of yoooours? hmmm? then give him a name! hehe
sorry about the bg choice, btw! haha- having interweb problems in the new home, so i can't get online and take new pics... this one actually has the real danharah in it, hidden behind the drawings.... and she is a naked corpse ("the streak" was damned fun! >w<)
so yeah-- pretend there's no faction hate, or somethign! (the flirt-ee waaaas gonna be a worgan, but belfs seem like the tartiest, so i couldn't resist! ^-^)
hope yee like! ^v^
EDITSEE------------- ... has anyone noticed yet..... he's the biggest Belf, e.v.e.r.!!! haha! >,< only just noticed he's the same hight as sanguel!! o_O *fail*
also, the very tall belf has been dubbed Riggin he's 's fella ^-^
You know how artists can have an art block? What I'm currently going through is a creativity block in general. And it's horrible. This is mostly a result of a cramming a full load of university units in one semester, almost all psychology, with 2 classes focused on writing papers almost every week, one with a VERY difficult teacher (and by "difficult", I mean the person, not the course), and others with just very heavy material to study. This ultimately resulted in one of the biggest art blocks I've ever had, as it's affecting not just my art, but even writing--I actually intended to get a lot of my original works done throughout the semester, but school has essentially hampered my ability to even think. For this reason, I'm filling the void of creativity death by immersing in video games, among them World of Warcraft. And no, this game is NOT sucking out my soul. In fact, by gamer standards, I'm fairly casual, devoting usually less than 15 hours of play every week.
Besides PVP, what HAS brought me back regularly as a player is the lore. Yes, that horribly written, depressingly retconned, shamelessly cliched lore. But as far as I see it, the writers seem to have a lot of fun with it... something I have been lacking in my own writing. For this reason, playing the game is actually helping me cope with my art block, and hopefully drawing fanart would get me back on track on my original work, especially Tales of Okasan.
Meet Kawala, a warlock orc, and Kapre, a shaman draenei. They have a story to tell, but I'll get to it later. Neither are my main, actually--Kapre's sister, Diawata, is my main, at least currently.
The WIP can be seen here: [link] . Once again, Kapre is a giant for a draenei (he's named after the Philippine tree giant). Kawala is average sized for an orc woman .
Time: 4 hours Media: Blue pencil and Micron Pigment pens on computer paper; Paintshop Pro 8.
My gallery is collecting dust. Here, have some more fanart filler.
This was actually drawn sometime around "He's not an herbalist", but I never gotten around to finishing it. This and other WoW fanart in general. I may submit the others, but that really depends. I want to focus on my original work again, and right now, I'm working on getting that creativity vibe back.
Art trades and commissions are also on my list of priorities. I will not be open for new ones until they're complete.
By the way, the gnome's name is Pulla, and the human is Adelie (as in the penguin).
Time: Almost a month. No, really. Media: Non-photo blue an black pencil on computer paper; Paintshop Pro 8.