I wanted a little change in theme as I have been making a lot of Autumn inspired pieces lately. The drawing is done with a mix of markers, colour pencils and soft pastels. I am testing my new Caran d'Ache Pastel Pencils a lot lately. You can read more about them here: [link]
I recently got some strobe lighting and wanted to have a play around with it. I hope to use it to take photographs of my artisan crafted pieces, amongst other things. This was a practise shot using a Swarovski crystal 'Forget-me-not' ornament on the black glass desk I have in my study, but I was pleased with how it came out and have decided to upload it.
Elliot lives on the street most of his life. it's not an easy life and one day Hannah found him sitting near to the train station, beaten, with bleeding nose. - what happend? - she asked softly. - just another scar - he answered, with a pale smile.
hope you like it~! long time since I drew sad emo boys.
Awesome animation practice, if you ask me. If you are an animator and you need to get your 3D thinking going, you better do this. It didn't start as a practice piece though. I was doodling stuff this weekend, to take a break from commissions, and I doodled this one picture (which you can find here), and I've decided that her hair looks sooo majecstic there that it deserves to be admired from every angle. It might be just me fangirling over Esmeralda too much though... Who knows?
I'm planning on coloring it when I have more free time.
Done with Adobe Photoshop CS6, 71 frames, 14fps, one turn takes almost exactly 5 seconds. And yes, I've found it dificult to find the spin axis, or maybe rather didn't think of finding it until it was *drum roll intensifies* too late. ALSO ON TUMBLR evora-eriu-mclaggen.tumblr.com…
Another view of the great Comet Lovejoy. As I mentioned in my self portrait pic this comet has faded a lot since I took this picture. I was out at about 2am this morning and I could barely make it out against the background Milky Way. This means that I have had to cancel my roadtrip plans to capture it with some interesting foreground structures.
I love the green airglow in this shot. I'm not entirely sure how it is caused but I think it has something to do with natural oxygen in the upper atmosphere.