In keeping with the "small but beautiful and dangerous" theme for this mini art dump, I present 's lovely take on the mini but mighty leader of FOWL, of Disney's Darkiwng Duck, Alexandra Hooter. Also J. Gander's sister, and Steelbeak's Mama. She is adorable but shhh, don't let her hear that. Done as a surprise bit of gift art
I believe this is my first try at her in prismacolours and thought I'd finally get around to trying her scars. Paper quality wasn't the best but I was in a hurry when I bought it I do like the eyes though and hope the scars look alright.
Thought it was about time I drew a male deer in battle gear and wanted to draw a motion pose, for I havenít done one in awhile.
Kept with the natural theme I have going on for my Deer characters, so twigs, wood, and other natural materials abound and I added war paint for the first time here too.
I especially like the weapon concept of incorporating antlers with the tips sharpened to a point. Now before you all freak out Deer naturally shed their antlers so it is totally feasible that an anthro deer could use them to create many useful things and feel ok with it, I might even go as far to say there could be symbolism or personal attachment to the antlers as well.
Hope you all enjoy.
Mechanical and Colored Pencils as well as, Black Felt Pen on Parchment Paper.
For ~Unknown-D-Flamerose for whom I've owed a quickie art trade (artwork done within one hour...this took a little over that) for about four months. Here's a "cricket" ... sort of. I figured since you'd waited so long I would "add" a bit more to it.
This was done with only light sketching beforehand in PEN the same pen I did the rest of the drawing in...a cheap little ten cent Bic brand pen. It didn't really like the bristol board I did this on, but it still did its job.
And lookie!! Foreground! Background! I rarely if ever do those.
I bought myself a set of watercolor paint (in tubes), and just sort of played around with them on paper. The first attempt was just blending colors and doodling around. This is the second attempt I did. I haven't worked with watercolors in years, and as I remember I used to dislike watercolors... But now, I can honestly say I love them! I'll definitely use them more often
Hello! Happy New Year! My first post of 2009, and I feel I'm turning over a new leaf; I've decided this year I'm going to have more fun and draw more! So this picture is the result of just that; today I just drew for the hell of it, and these two (among other things) fell out of my pen. ... I guess it would appear that striped anthros dancing is exactly what I needed to draw break my creative rut
Renya the Tiger was inspired by ~Flying-Fox's beautiful recent beach-themed pics, while Archie the Hyena was inspired by an old ~caramitten Yena pic I have on my wall.
Biro and Marker pen doodles for fun, put together and touched up in photoshop.