Angel the Goth Elf Necromancess, as we all know, has always been well liked by the undead.
This guy, however, may be a bit too big for her!
I simply wanted to remake my first DA submission.... <- this ...and then got carried away...
I guess you can see here how (hopefully!) hugely my digipainting skills have developed in, wot?, about 6.5 years.
Tools: Mouse, Paint Shop Pro
PS. A funny pair of very tiny details: Angel wears a Blood of Vol amulet (an Eberron organization [link] ), while the big undead monster's amulet has Urgathoa's symbol (a Pathfinder deity [link] ). Something weird's going on.
Just another portrait featuring my nord girl, Skaila Skaran, in north Skyrimian landscape. This has been waiting as WIP on my computer for a while now - thanks to the long weekend I had (for once) enough time to just sit with my Photoshop all day and actually make some progress... I think I should be tired of painting snowy stuff considering that the drift outside just reached my windowsill yesterday, and it's whirling more snow at this very moment. I'm telling you, soon we can't see the landscape anymore. Yet in Skyrim I still have a brief "OMG, so pretteh"-moment every time I travel to Winterhold or some other place where it snows heavily. As if I haven't seen enough of that in real life already...
The second painting from my "three Dovahkiins" series, featuring my Nord warrior Skaila Skaran. For the record, this is the first and the last time I'm going to paint that damn Wolf Armor she's wearing. Really, I absolutely love how it looks but drawing all those swirly details nearly killed my hand. Also, in case you were wondering, it is a modded version of the said armor - I came across this beautiful retexture of the original and I simply couldn't resist installing it: [link] Oh, and before someone observant points it out, I might add that boots depicted here aren't part of the set. I just happened to stumble upon some steel plate boots with a nice carry weight boost and - since most of you know how much I love looting and carrying junk around - my warrior girl is obviously wearing them. Still one more to go. The next painting shall be "The Thief" - I'm sure there's no surprise who's that going to be...
A commission for featuring her Skyrim character, werewolf warrior Elowyn. Tough and somewhat hardened, Elowyn is a sell-sword who has no qualms about killing for cash. Here she's taking a quick break before continuing her way to Fort Greymoor - most likely to kick some bandit ass... It's always a pleasure to paint badass warrior ladies. I really hope you like it!
Been playing skyrim again a lot lately, made a new dunmer character that i love, so HAD TO DRAW HER. I must say i really like the dunmer design in skyrim, they so grim and gruff and awesomelooking DANGIT.
Another illustration done for the boardgame 'Swords of the Seven' by ~kanachi.
"Decima is an orphan of war, who lost her family during an attack upon her homeland by the great southern empire. She, along with her childhood friend Maecia were captured and forced into slavery before eventually being schooled as gladiators.
Their skill with the sword earned them the name “The Sisters of Battle” and together they travelled the nation, drawing crowds in their thousands as they dispatched their opponents. Maecia however, yearned for freedom and a life beyond the arena and repeatedly begged her employer for an opportunity to earn it.
Her chance came in a tragic duel which saw both friends forced to fight to the death to earn their freedom. Decima, believing that Maecia had asked for the fight felt betrayed and charged forward, her heart filled with vengeance. It was not until Maecia lay dying within her arms that she realised - her friend had allowed her to win.
Decima, having claimed her freedom, now seeks a new purpose, hoping that she can somehow carve out a living as a sword for hire!"