I was just wanting to do play with traditional media again. I realize the background is crap (I got lazy), and what's with that random ugly thing protruding that she's leaning against? Hm... I really need to work on composing things better. Oh well, this was more just a color experiment anyway... and me having fun creating some really bizarre fashion. ^_^; Enjoy!
Media: Prismacolor Pencils, watercolor (in background)
There. I drew it. After an hour and a half of putting robotics to shame, I give you this: GL-ITC&H. My OC for my favorite game in the whole fucking world.
NO, I WILL NOT TELL YOU WHAT IT STANDS FOR
OR ITS STORY
OR IF IT'S A FEMALE It has feminine programming
But I will tell you she's the product of 7 different cores and a robot smashed into one. ...Yeah, it never worked out. The scientists went a little nuts on this project.
...STILL NOT GIVING ANYONE A BACKSTORY.
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF I'm actually kind of semi-proud of how this came out. I'm no good at drawing robots or keeping to a certain style.. So coming up witha robot that had to look like it came out of Aperture Science was tricky.
Portal/Portal 2 - Copyright Valve GL-ITC&H (Or just GLITCH for short) - COPYRIGHT ME, FOOLS
EDIT: That circle thing in the bottom left hand corner of her hip-thing is supposed to be the Aperture logo. I can draw a robot, but not a fucking logo. Go figure.
She also doesn't have a pupil, unlike most personality cores. It's just a kind of light to show she's active, though she can still see with it. ..She has a purple optic.
Under the Hollow Hill is about the passage from one world to another. I use the blue tones to evoke the mysterious atmosphere of the between Hollow Hills are where faeries were said to reside and hold their nightly revelry.
This actually Something I created a little earlier in the year, and somehow overlooked.
Shall be Peeled explores the idea and richness of skin. All others see of us is our skin, yet it is a shallow covering. What mysteries and complexities lie beneath? This piece also explores the idea of decomposition and transition through the motif of skin.
I decided to do a different pic of Lavi for my new layout I'm trying to create for my website. I started to CG it, then decided against it... and went back to my traditional media, it's just so much more fun now.
Media: copic markers & ink (india & microns) on bristol