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A tad late birthday gift for the ever-awesome :iconisriana:

Her Skyrim character, Bron Martes, Imperial thief and just a charming fellow :D


Decided to draw him because I felt like I needed practice drawing guys (and not just because I'm all for rugged scarred unshaved archers *cough-cough*)

Bron Martes (c) *Isriana
The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim (c) Bethesda
art (c) me

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pencils + colours in PS
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Aselection of assorted masks, paper mache,.2012
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I was in a watercolour mood, and did something different from my usual style.

I referenced the image here: [link]

And was inspired by the lovely: [link]

This image is now available in prints and iphone cases etc at society [link]

I am also on Twitter now, so please follow me [link]

*The original painting is up for sale, please mail me if you want any more information.*

Done using watercolour and ink on watercolour paper

Copyright Farah Shah 2012 - 2013
The work contained in my gallery is copyrighted. All rights reserved. My work may not be reproduced, copied, edited, published, transmitted or uploaded in any way without my written permission.
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Customized LEGO minifigs based on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. From left to right: Whiterun Guard, Stormcloak, bandit, the Dovahkiin, Aela the Huntress, a Dark Brotherhood Assassin, and a Nightingale of the Thieves Guild.

But wait... LEGO people don't have knees...

For more photos and info, visit the page on my website: [link]

And don't forget to check out my decal shop: [link]

More coming soon!
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My steampunk laser rifle "The Nautilus" inspired by Jules Verne.
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another drawing for that assignment where we had to design a video game. the monster in the background has his own drawing somewhere in my gallery.

for this final piece, we were supposed to incorporate all the elements of the game (protagonist, other characters/creatures, weapons, environment) into a drawing. i didn't pick the theme of the game, which was an aboriginal dreamtime apocalypse type deal (alchera is an aboriginal word for "dreamtime", which is the concept of a parallel universe to our own where gods and creator-type beings reside or something like that, kind of like an afterlife) but it was cool to design around that premise anyway.

this was originally a pretty big piece and i had to put five scans together to get it all in.

colored pencil, ink, and watercolor. a little photoshop to tweak the contrast and get rid of scan lines when it was pieced together.
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title inspired by John Mayer - Slow Dancing in a Burning Room [link]

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Acrylics and watercolor again.


Thank you.
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This make up job I did on myself was for my AP Psychology Class. I had to do a presentation on the phobia of clowns and thought of no better way to visually represent it then through acting as an evil clown. This job took me about twenty minutes to do on myself. First, I used a base coat of white through my airbrush equipment. After, I covered the details with Wolfebrothers Make Up. I am wearing a cat eye and angelic theatrical contact lenses. The fangs are plastic plates created by Dental Distortions. The nose was a sponge ball I sacrificed from my magic collection.
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