not sure if I put this in the right category or not, but here's the main part of the mural I worked on the other parts are two smaller illustrations. This was done using Beat spray cans, and a black acrylic marker for the line art. This was my first time ever using spray cans, so I'm kinda proud of it. The logo says "Grotta" which means something like "the cave" which is the name of the youth club I did this for. The logo was also designed by one of the members of that youth club.
so, yeah, I hope you guys like this!
art and character (C) Elise M. Syvertsen / oomizuao
gosh guys I'm so tired, this week was a total wreck I don't know how I'm able to stand after such a hard work week, I haven't had much time to work on commissions, hopefully my tablet will be fixed by monday and it might motivate me a little
Full-size or downloading highly recommended! The eight sketch dump. Includes some doodles, scribbles, miscellaneous fan art and WIPs. Some of these things are very old and were used on artworks that are now already finished.
Matriculation examinations for this fall (plus exam week) are finally over. I'm too mentally exhausted to write anything clever here or reply previous comments (Sorry! I'll get back to them eventually), so just have this pile of random little things, ok?
Here's another small batch of ready-to-wear marker badge originals (3"x4"), which will be for sale this weekend at Rocky Mountain FurCon, in Denver! You can find them at my dealer's table, ready to go, with a badge holder/clip. :]
I have a couple more that are near finished, but tonight's dinner/drinking plans will determine if they make it to the dealer's room tomorrow!
A long over due commission for a pet portrait card! We decided to do this one in watercolor now that I have good paints and paper, but I'm still not ready to take watercolor commissions. I feel like I need to become more familiar with the medium before that. Watercolor once was my primary medium, back in my earliest days of art school! But boy howdy, there is MUCH to learn about working with these paints that I didn't know back then.
3" X 4" in Watercolor on cold press watercolor paper
My half of an art trade with the amazing *ClaraBacou, featuring her beautiful deer character Fruize.
I must say, I don't think I've enjoyed drawing somebody else's character this much in quite a while. Fruize's joyous design was a blast to portray, and for once I was allowed to play with colors as much as I wanted. Rainbowy things are also an excellent way to prevent winter depression, which is pretty common problem in this season in here distant north. Also, deer. Must draw more deer. I love their spindly legs X3
Thanks for trading with me, ClaraBacou! I hope you like this one~
Black Stadtler pigment liner, Faber-Castell colored pencils, Promarkers, cardboard and wrapping paper.
Whew, finally, a moment to work on something apart from dragons! It was getting kind of old, to be honest... No offense to all the dragon fans out there... I'm still one myself, but really, it's no fun when it's the only thing you draw without a moment to sketch something else. x.x'
Anyway, during my one week break away from dad's place, I decided to randomly doodle down things, and settled with one thing I truly missed drawing - wolves.... Yes, yes, I know, they don't really look like wolves, but I'm aiming to regain some of the wolf-like anatomy in the faces again as my style develops... I have to say, it did hurt to rip myself away from my digital artwork, but this really helped me to unwind and set my sights on other things.
Anyway... Most of you aren't going to have a clue who some of the characters here are, but these wolves aren't known to Deviantart, anyway, so I'll leave it at that. XD They're just quick gifts, after all. (Except that the one in the bottom left is a lupine version of my human character, Grace, and the two in the top left are expressions of my wolf persona. XD )
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