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Finally it's done! I swear it took me about a week to finish this up. Might need to touch up in a few places but other than that it looks pretty cool.

Though I'm not very fond of the background. It was really hard trying to find the right color and I tried purple and I thought it was going to work but.... I don't know. What do you think?

Progress Pictures
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Done with Prismacolor pencils on some heavy paper that came from my art class room and a lot of time. This took about two weeks to do. Yeah...lots of time.

:new: MARCH 10th 2011
So just today my art teacher says that it looks great and it's going up the wall! Yay! (That's a good thing, cheer with me!) He said that I need to bring some darker lines. And of course I see the proportions problem but I'm too happy to let that get me right now haha.
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Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland

This is a joke on the production of Love's Labor Lost .
The production did this play in kinda of modern time. They start off the play with grown men wearing clothes that look like what a child would wear in Britain. They stood in front of a fence that reminded me of boys making these "no girls" clubs. I'm sure that's exactly what they wanted but I just couldn't help myself for drawing them in chibi form to make them look like kids.

(from left to right)
John Tufts as Dumaine, Ramiz Monsef as Longaville, Gregory Linington as Berowne and Mark Bedard as King Ferdinand.

I really love this play! Most of the time I had no idea what Berowne was saying while the rest of it I couldn't really focus since I'm laughing way too hard to even listen.
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Haha
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A rendering for Towson University's production of Macbeth. I'm in the process of building this one right now.
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A rendering of the third witch in Macbeth, this one is to represent water. I'm in the process of making her costume right now.
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A rendering of another witch's costume for Macbeth. She is meant to represent earth elements, and I'm in the process of building her costume for the show.
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Hi Everyone!
Finally, I finish my Ophelia's version.
I'm too glad of this.
I make it in my own style because I try to improve it.
Based my draw in one of Victoria Francés illustration but they don't look similar ( I think).
I hope you like it ^^!
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Hola a Todos!
Finalemente, he terminado mi versión de Ofelia.
Estoy muy orgullosa de ella.
Lo hice en mi propio estilo porque quiero intentar mejorarlo.
Me he basado en un dibujo de Victoria Francés pero no se ven similares ( Creo).
Espero que os guste.
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New Little mermaid fan art.
I really like when Ariel brush her hair with the fork.
This is based of a film scene. All the rights are for Disney.


Ariel belong to Disney
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Finally, I finish this draw.
I really glad of this.
I use references for the pose of the girl.
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I couldn't do it. Edmund had to be Jonathan Rhys Meyers.
He just had to be. Sorry for the blatant rip off, but I honestly can't picture him as anyone else. XD

Obviously, refrence used. Colored and drawn in PS. Characters from Shakespeare's King Lear.
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Gertrude in red dress - detail 1
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Gertrude in red dress - detail 1
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"Woman should be sewn, a world without mothers"
Hamlet machine


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Ophelia's death
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Ophelia in her wanderings--taken for a class
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Poor Ophelia--taken for a photography class
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The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Prince Ferdinand.

24,3 X 37 watercolor, liners
(the paper isn't toned, it is 20 years old ^^)

[link]
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The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Wildman Caliban, the son of a witch.

24,3 X 37 watercolor, liners
(the paper isn't toned, it is 20 years old ^^)

[link]
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The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Prospero's daughter Miranda.

24,3 X 37 watercolor, liners
(the paper isn't toned, it is 20 years old ^^)

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Holycowimfinished.
this has been my project for the last week. i have to say im really happy with the way it came out, and im glad because i worked SOOO hard on it! i love doing design based things and composition stuff so i like to do these sort of poster things. ive never actually done one of this scale before but you guys know i love to do lettering :) this is why i might want to go into illustration as well, or maybe just stick with character design in the animation industry :) since everything is cg now. so 2 packs of microns later ( this paper sucked up all of my ink!! it wasnt bristol,my art teacher gave this to me, i should have waited to use my bristol board but i was anxious) its done :)

i used a series 7 sable brush size 1 for some of this, pigma microns, prismacolor col erase blue for the sketch, copic warm grey markers 1-7 and higgins waterproof ink. no reference at ALL used for this picture, i like to challenge myself to see what ive learned. :)

the tempest by will shakespeare is a great play you all should read/see it :)

planning sketches here-> [link]

im too tired for grammar...
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Puck from Midsummer Night's Dream as requested by ~PuckRox

I tried a lot of new things on this image, trying to make my lineart look less weird and generally trying to look like I know what I'm doing. Sometimes I really like how this looks and sometimes I'm not even sure what it is. I like how the sky turned out. I like night skies. I like the sky in general, it's always interesting to draw, if not always easy.
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I was going through one of my sketch books from around the time I was in the Tempest and found the basic idea for this. It amused me, so I redid it... I am still amused. If you're familiar with the story of the Tempest you might have wondered why Prospero keeps making everyone gather wood for him. How much wood does an old guy and his daughter need, really? The cast I was part of decided that Prospero was probably building something and my favorite theory was that it was a giant statue of himself. Plus, you totally go crazy if you drink salt water, so... one thing led to another and Prospero's first plan for revenge involved a great deal of wood and the hopes that the King of Naples and Co. would be totes jealous of his giant ass statue. Enjoy my nerdliness.
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Benvolio as suggested by ~catchbreath

Benvolio is a rather interesting character and probably one of the few characters in Romeo and Juliet that I can identify with, other then the Nurse. Me and her are practically the same person, telling lots of jokes and being raunchy and doing our best to help the people we love and not really being sure what to do when things go wrong.

Anyway, back to Benvolio. He pretty much leaves once things start going wrong because he is the voice of reason that everyone ignores and with him gone all hell can break loose as it does in abundance. I drew him at the funeral of one of his friends receiving the death notice of another friend, it sounded more poetical in my head, but he's one of the few that get's left behind to clean up the mess, just like Horatio in Hamlet, which is one of the reasons I used to get them confused. Yeah, rambling about Shakespeare!
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