Original Size: 16" x 20"
Medium: Acrylics, Coloured Pencils & Molding Paste on Illustration Board.
Some time ago, I decided to create new artwork for a collapsible display (to use at conventions), and I wanted to do one Fantasy piece and one Horror. Since I hardly ever create art with women in it (which I'm rectifying), I thought I'd put a woman in the Fantasy piece. What's more, I decided to make the woman Indian, as I find Indian women to be some of the most attractive women in the world.
The colours are brighter than I'm used to, and I think the background looks great (a little more fleshed out than my typical abstract backgrounds). I also got to try something with the palace I've been wanting to do for a while: letting the background act as the shadows, while only defining shapes using highlights. All in all, I think it came out great, and I'm very happy with it. I hope you all enjoy it too.
J. M. DeSantis
Writer - Illustrator
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*Note: I received a quite a few questions about this lady at the NYCC, so I suppose putting her on my display worked. Though maybe a little too well. People want to know her story, so I'm beginning to explore ideas for a graphic novel about her. Wish me luck!