and I have been wanting to do a collaboration for awhile, and she really wanted to do one of my werewolves. Yay! So this is what I came up with out of my brain.
A werewolf looks down on a small mountain town somewhere, consumed by a furious rage. What has this town done to piss him off so badly? Or who? Is he being hunted/driven from the town, or coming back for revenge? I'll let you decide
K-Dog will be coloring this one, and prints will be available from either of us once it's finished! I can't wait!
Pencil on 10" X 13.5" Bristol paper.
You may color this artwork, but please keep my copyrights intact and provide a link back to my DA or website!
This drawing is pretty similar to the drawing I used as an example in my silly tutorial: [link] ..might have something to do with the fact that I used the exact same drawing tools and paper But he looks way too bad-ass here.. He's all "get the f*ck off" it seems.. he's actually a much more soft and emotional guy, really. The expression he shows here is more of a "mask".. He's one of those who put on a tough expression to keep people on a safe distance. He won't let people close enough to hurt him. I've drawn a lot of drawings where he shows more emotion, and drops the mask, so to speak. So it was fun to draw him more like...this... for a change. Still, I think I made him too bad-ass.. :-/ But I like how messy his hair looks though. More like how it's supposed to be - unlike the more groomed way I've sometimes drawn him. He doesn't own a hairbrush or anything like that, and combs his hair with his fingers. He cuts his hair himself if it gets too long. And so it should look tousled and messy.
"Punk's not dead, it just smells funny" ~ Frank Zappa
I drew this with a ballpoint pen, then scanned it, printed out a copy, colored that with copics, scanned it again, and added some effects and changed the color a bit in Photoshop, to give it a rougher look.
and yes, this is very similar to my Jason drawing:
I started this drawing of Seth by drawing his face, and then I just didn't know what pose to give him, so for fun, I just gave him that same pose as Jason had. Then I got the idea of drawing the trio - Jason, Seth and Artie - all in the same pose, but with different styles of coloring..! So I might draw one of Artie sometime soon
art and character (C) Elise M. Syvertsen / oomizuao 2012
------------------minor edit----------- changed the file to a slightly brighter version
Girls just want to have fun, and ~likeshine is no exception. She's like the cool kid I always wished I could be, but eventually had to come to terms with the fact that I am 10% gentleman and 90% nerd. *sniff*
Character belongs to ~likeshine. Image by yours truly.
Oi, Victor Leo! Big-hearted buddypal ~Zyxxs wanted you to have this for being a Pretty Swell Guy. I hope it's to your liking. :3c On an unrelated note, I'm glad I can do this stuff without eerie lighting. Yay, me!
Character belongs to Victor Leo of FA [link] Image by yours truly.
Finally, some new by-the-hour work! This one is for Henrieke of their character Lindy. Lindy here is a Sclater's Lemur, slightly anthropomorphized in expression and anatomy. Lemurs are already pretty anthro, being primate and all. It's so rare to get to paint a primate, I really enjoyed this!
A full illustration commission for Kardi Corgi, of her unicorn character Lloyd enjoying some time in an aquarium tunnel. The shark is a sort of mutant between a tiger shark and a sand tiger shark, and there's a few ceolacanth's in there too. Whew, this was a challenge!
Art for FurtherConfusion's sponsor/patron print. With their theme of "Southern Crossing," one of the first things that came to my mind was the Rainbow Serpent legends of Australia. There are countless variations to the creation myths, and here's another:
A long time ago, in the Dreamtime...
Before there were men or animals, plants or any other thing, there was the Rainbow Serpent. She was the mother of us all. She moved around in the darkness before there was the sun and the moon in the sky, and her heavy, winding body created the mountain ranges and deep channels. Where she thrashed her tail, great rifts appeared, and there were great hallows where her body had lain sleeping.
After a time, the Rainbow Serpent decided that it was time to create life for the world. So at the place called Uluru, she gave birth. She gave birth to the Frog tribe and the Kingfisher tribe. But the Kingfisher people couldnít see to fly and the Frog people didnít have any water to live in.
The Rainbow serpent told the Kingfisher people what they must do. The Kingfisher flew up into the sky and shot down at the Rainbow Serpentís head, splitting it in twain with his long, sharp beak. Out of her stomach leaped all the animal tribes of the world and all the spirit beings.
The sun leaped up into the sky to light the world for the tribes, and the moon jumped up to take his place in the night sky.
The Frog tribe started singing as the blood of the Serpent flowed out of her body and into the channels cut by her travels, and into the deep chasms to become the sea. The vibrant rainbow-coloured scales of the Serpent flew up into the sky to become a colorful flock of birds. The image of her colours was left on the sky as the rainbow, the reminder to all the tribes of their common mother.
i had so much fun drawing this i was giddy the entire time. drawin yez beats even psyraps and gremlins. the only part i hated was doing the lighting. i really do suck at rendering realistic highlights. i think it throws the whole pic off but watever.
anyway this is 's yez Drak, who i have wanted to draw ever since he conceived the well thought out character.