request from Joanne Andrea Barton, I can't find her dA either so I'll just put her name here till I find it I think the smoke is a little off, but I'll probably get back to it later. Missed posting here!
Didn't wanted to do more to the background. The main idea was to maintain it as simple as possible.
Well I wanted to finish this yesterday. Anyways, is Christmas and wanted to do an image that didn't had to do with red and white fur or jingle bells, and this cold snowy piece resulted from that... I guess too it's been a while since I finished 2 full bodies.
About the illustration It's a random kiss it occurs in the story but not shown. People will start to believe the story is romance centered but is not. Hardly I portrayed any kisses in the script, no more than 3 (and 2 are from this couple) it's more on an adventure side, but my shipping makes me do 'fan art' of them. I'll slowly start to upload illustrations from the other characters and leave the story spoiler illustrations for myself, until I believe it's the right time to be shown up.
Now for the clothes, that's the main clothes Emyra wears minus the pink scarf and boots, some elements or accesories changes. Toji has other clothes but somewhat similar to this.
This is a four color silkscreen poster design I worked on a few weeks ago, the aim was to have this printed up in time for the Mocca Convention, but the printers backed out on me last minute. Instead I got the image printed up as postercards, doesn't have the same affect but its something. I still plan to get this printed up at 22x30, just have to dig around and find new guys to print them up for me.
The poster I just did for Minneapolis Community and Technical College's production of: A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare April 11th - 14th 7:00 pm Matinee April 14th 1:00pm Whitney Fine Arts Center 1424 Yale Place Downtown Minneapolis Information: 612-659-6122
Traditional brush and ink drawing with digital colour. I love drawing trees! I didn't choose the font...
“A great dark-grey horse was brought to Aragorn, and he mounted it. 'Hasufel is his name,' said Éomer. 'May he bear you well and to better fortune than Gárulf, his late master!” The Two Towers LOTR / J. R. R. Tolkien
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