Galadriel is my favourite Tolkien character, I've drawn her a million times, but I like this one; it is the very first drawing of the Lady of Lorien I ever did. She is trying to catch a glimpse of the future in her mirror.
My entry for the EufoFurence conbook cover contest. They're theme this year is Horror, from Dusk till Dawn.
From the EuroFurnece website: "Night is falling over a sleepy German town, and the mist creeps in from the forested valleys. The townsfolk bar their doors and close their shutters, apprehensively glancing up at the lights of the great tower on the hill. There have been strangers there, they say. Foreigners, and worse. Unnatural creatures have been seen, and wild exotic music, and howling and laughter that seemed like both man and beast. You journey on towards the lights and the music. But out in the woods something feral is awakening, and the party will soon become wilder than even you dared imagine ..."
I'm not sure I should use Mature Warning here.... :/
Character design for my future webcomic, New Wonderlanders, based on Alice in Wonderland, infected with some Batman and very little Sin City, hopefully with some steampunkish design
They are the Oysters. They are prostitutes and strippers (except the child, of course, she is a daughter of one of them) in a bar run by the Carpenter. They are poor creatures, being used and abused, with no money.
They came from a poem from the original Alice story, where the Carpenter and the Walrus cheated on the poor oysters, lead them away there home and than eat them. it was really cruel.