Oh gosh this is really, really old!! I did these back in winter of '08. XD But strangely I like the figures in these a lot better than the ones I drew later for my 'Snow Queen' and 'Shakti' collections. *shrugs*
Oh well! I actually did make one of these dresses, with a slightly simpler design for my sister since she doesn't like frills. I'll try to get a picture of it up here eventually. I like the one with the built in cloak though...
Done with Markers, Microns and White Gesso.
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Finished front elevation sketches for Group Four Buildings include the removal of a small number two storefront from between the others, which I will place into another group. I extended the first building to the left to create a larger building, a pretty traditional looking town building that has an angled plan. See gallery for ground plan of complete town center plaza and other storefront groupings.
Technique: As always, drawn completely by hand with 2H and 4H pencils in scale 1/16" = one foot, scanned, darkened a bit, cleaned up, and labeled on the computer.
Yay, i drew a mantis! And it is not as itchy as I thought it would be
It is a design I did for my crazy mother-in-law. Recently she decided that she would like to have a tattoo. And no, she does not want a bird, a tiny butterfly or something cute or girly. She wants a mantis on her ankle I love this woman
These are rather an initial sketches, I am not sure if she decides on one of those, I will show them her this weekend.
The second half of my commission/art trade for *Omenirea
Again, I went a little over board. Hat, bunnies, stripes.... More stripes. I have a love/hate relationship with stripes. Inspired by Coleen Atwood's fabulous costumes for Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, I didn't actually see the movie until after I'd sketched it out!
And guess who this lovely creature's parents are. Hehe, I didn't plan it that way, but I was trying to make the head resemble Omi a bit and... serendipity!
The style is Victorian, very similar to some Spanish 1840's dresses I've seen.
This is the first drawing of my series on Downton Abbey's costumes.
Downton Abbey is a British television period drama series. The series is set during the late Edwardian era and the First World War in the fictional estate of Downton Abbey in Yorkshire.
In this tutorial you'll see me draw one of Lady Edith's dresses. Lady Edith Crawley played by Laura Carmichael is the second daughter to Lord and Lady Grantham. During the series Edith is often the "forgotten" one as she was not as pretty and smooth-talking as her older sister Mary and less daring and passionate than Sybil, the youngest. Her dresses reflect her personality with their simplicity and rather unimpressive designs. For this tutorial I changed one of her dresses and made it more glamorous by adding a belt/facing at the lower waist finished at each end with a beaded tassel. The tassel is constructed of black beads.
My entry for =MoonlightIllusionist's Second Wonderland Fashion Contest. This is her Mad Hatter character, Danni Toupee.
A couple of notes: 1) She is the resident weapons specialist so I put her in a military-style jacket to give just a hint of seriousness to her wild outfit. She also has a bit of a crush on Absalom the Caterpillar, so I thought she would probably try to work a little of his favorite color (Blue) into her outfits. 2) She is supposed to have a small star tattoo under her right eye, unfortunately I forgot to draw it in before I scanned the picture!
the cover design for chinese version <way of kings> volume I (writer：Brandon Sanderson) and now in published by Chongqin University Publishing.but the design of the title has changed.but i like mine much~
Here's some more old work that I did from the now defunct game "The Big Bang Theory: Mystic Warlords of Ka'a".
This piece was an environment concept for one of the factions called the "Tempest Masters". I'm not great at environments, something I still need to work as this shows, but it did its job. Crazy that it's getting close to being a year old! Ugh! I hate old work!