Another one for my Alcarin series...this one will represent the month of November.
Diriel, whose name is Elvish for "gazing", sits at the edge of a small pond watching his reflection in the water and pondering life. He is joined in his meditation by his avian companion, a goose. Like many Alcarin, his fur matches the plumage of his bird. He is decorated with polished citrine, whose golden yellow glitters like fire amidst polished silver settings. As the cattails dance in the breeze, Diriel spreads his wings to warm in the last rays of the evening sun.
Size is 11" by 14", done with colored pencils, as always.
I dont draw many tigers. infact i believe this is my second atempt ever in life. my first was in school for art class. i remember not being too good. and though it dont seem like it i can tell i improved. i was studing the head of a tiger and everything as hard as i could. and even though i fell short i feel better cause i think i improved. my tiger isnt all that but im happy with it. i even gave him a temperary name.
wolfy-whatnot, as you might have noticed, just 'cause I fancied makin' one He's a proper bigbad, 33mm to the eye and 1 1/2 inch tall overall, making him about 8 or 9 feet tall by scale to the other figures, figured he ought to be a biggun for the sake of scariness - after all, I'm gonna be making wolf-characters too at some point, and if he was just the same size as them he wouldn't be all that scary, he'd just be another one of them, but with his kit off. I need to fix his thumb, it's a bit weird.
I'm so proud of this of corse it isn't even finishes I haven't even made it into a line art yet it's just a bunch of colourful lines xD Yeah well htis kind of the way I draw without scanning a predrawn pic in. I do diffrent things in diffrent colors so the lines don;t blend into one big mess and I get confused.
I want to put a background on it but I'll be help with it. I suck at backgrounds majorly.
I'm just experiemting with stuff lately.
This might just go straight to the scraps in fact.
These are the best pictures from the Cant Stop video of Anthony, and I put them together in sort of a collage-type mess.
Tell me what you think?
There is a man in this world who has never smiled You may know his tragedy, the later years by heart In the beginning there was a mother, father and a child A troubled little silent boy whose life they were to destroy Known to us from this day on like his father, Caleb
For those who do not know This drawing is inspired by as song by Sonata Arcticas called Caleb.
It was who suggested that I should try and draw something from the song. I hope you like it! (Sorry that it took me four months to get it done ). I hope I made the song justice. The image that popped into my head was a lonely young adult, standing in the rain, whit a troubled face and black smoke coming out from where his heart is supposed to be. I hope you all like it!
I used: Pigment liner, size 0.05, for the lining Charcoal for the coloring
A wallpaper aspiring one of my greatest idols and consider him to be a true leader and probably the most geniune visionary man that ever existed, Alexander the great. A legend that was misunderstood, and died of heart ache.
It's always interesting drawing bones in perspective. 2006 pen sketch of the Grim Reaper, inspired by Terry Pratchett's Death of the Discworld books -- especially Soul Music, which everyone should go read now.
Edit: has done an AMAZING job coloring this picture. Click here. If you liked the original, you'll love what she did with it!