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Today's prompt is to share the first art you favorited, mine was this tutorial: She also was writing/drawing a wonderful Doctor Who comic. She has since moved on, but her early work is still in her gallery. This tutorial was one of the best on how ...
How long have you been on DeviantArt? 3 years on Nov. 8th
What does your username mean? "Tinidril" is the name of a character in a book (Perelandra) who is not referred to by her name until the last chapter. It was the most obscure literary reference I could think of. Usually that means that I'm the first person to try using it to sign up for things, but it didn't work at DA... someone had the temerity to use "Tinidril" before I signed up! Hence, the "the-" stuck on the front ;) Plus, I am the owner of www.tinidril.com!
Describe yourself in three words. Artist, musician, poet
Are you left or right handed? Right
What was your first deviation?
Here is the first installment of a series of Features, "Fandom in Traditional Art". I'm starting with my current favorite fandom: Doctor Who! I thought I'd begin with a selection of the very first Doctor, played by William Hartnell.
This first example is extraordinary in that it is an exceptional color rendition, aside from a wonderful choice of pose and expression, right down to the monocle (which he rarely used, but looks great!), it is rare to find a color portrait as his shows were filmed in black-and-white. I love the texture of the paper that shows through the fine colored-pencil work. All of Monica's Doctor portraits are consistent