Commission for SSJ3Mewtwo that I completely messed up on. It was supposed to be an adult piece but my head got caught up in the clouds in it and it became this. So I'll have to redo it, however, I am pretty happy with the piece as a whole. No PSD or WIP for this piece since it was done all on one layer relatively.
Media Type: Statue - digital lineless Background Type: none Programs Used: SAI Additional Details: steel material with gold light. Words were Hermaphrodite Magic Transformation Ritual Alluring Patreon Status: $5 high resolution
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A series I am currently exploring of myth and legend. Monkey King was done with added steampunk style just to be a little different in approach. This is a mix of traditional oils with digital painting.
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it is time... time to fly... after the dream.... time to fly away into this crystal shattered heaven that falls from that fake human`s sky... and seek seek for hapiness!!!! IT IS TIME!!! TO FLY!!!! LOL
Lord Stanley Feathergoiter, of the Cluckworth Feathergoiters, came back from India a changed rooster. Certainly he had made his fortune, and was now quite indolently rich, certainly the hens found his world-weary air to be irresistible, but he was also plagued by dreadful nightmares of the torments suffered at the claws of a cult of Thuggee peacocks, and was now shamefully addicted to a bizarre drug, assembled secretly from unknown and unwholesome herbs, known only as..."the sauce."
------- This painting started as a painting of a steampunk girl and her chicken. After far too much painting, I realized that she wasn't going anywhere, and restarted the whole thing because the chicken was clearly the main event.
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<p> <p> My second OSWOA mini mermaid painting<p> I tried something different this time and used for refernce for the first time a 3-D doll, they are so much better than those wooden stiff dolls they sell at art stores. Refernce from <p> Completed with Acrylics and Colored Pencils on Bristol Board. <p> Thank you for looking <p> ~Kat~