Whoohoo! Finally, I drew him! My favorite character, next to Sam. I was so upset at how Faramir was portrayed in the movie---in no way was he so cold and mean! And he had black hair in the books... So I drew my version. ^___^
A Principles of Illustration assignment, which was to do anything we wanted in the proportion of 4.5"x11". I actually wound up coming up with three usable sketches out of the four assigned, so at some point I'll be doing those, too, but this was the one Yuko picked as being the most different for me. So!
I spent the entire sketch alternating between staring at my Mucha poster (Repose da la Nuit) and cursing trees.
I've been trying to draw Beren and Luthein for a long time. Their story is my favorite, and it's been disappointing to fail at rendering anything of the tale. I guess it was time? It's not a particular scene I'm quoting, but in my head (ignoring details of setting) it's when they first meet.
Be proud of me: there is no blue anywhere. (Payne's grey does not count.) Palette inspired by ~SineSquared.
Watercolors, Arches 140lb block, lots of teensy brushes. Watermark because I love this.
Haha... it's only more fanart of The Hobbit... The submit page is different... 8( From top left clockwise: -Balin n Dwalin -Kili and Balin being a dwarf grandpa -SKULL DEATHSMASH Brotherly greeting -Teenage Dwalin -Baby Kili -Young Balin and baby dwarf (everyone thinks it's Ori, so I guess it is, ehe)
I put this drawing into this section even if I don't mean it to be a sketch (I spent far too much time on it to consider it a sketch...) But when it came to scan it, it was the same as usual: the result is completely lame. The paper is too thin and the lines either come out too visible, or too invisible.... Anyway, this is almost (I did some impROvement on it later) the drawing I gave Alan Lee when I saw him at a great bookshop. I already had to make him sign my book of LOTR, which was quite paralyzing for me, but I managed to gather enough courage to give him this, and he was really happy^^