25 5 / 2014

Fan character for friend’s game.

Fan character for friend’s game.

25 5 / 2014

WIP of Peppermint, my superhero persona.

WIP of Peppermint, my superhero persona.

25 5 / 2014

This is my friend’s character Meist.

This is my friend’s character Meist.

25 5 / 2014

Character sketchings for my story Wasted.

29 6 / 2013

A hero duo.

25 6 / 2013

Rubix, slightly more realistic face.

Rubix, slightly more realistic face.

03 6 / 2013

I kind of like this design. It just needs a bit more tweaking.

I kind of like this design. It just needs a bit more tweaking.

26 5 / 2013

color experiment.

color experiment.

26 5 / 2013

Painting practice.

Painting practice.

25 5 / 2013

I want to insert a girl into Ryuu’s story. I was working on her design. I’m liking the first one best. Will further expand on that.

I want to insert a girl into Ryuu’s story. I was working on her design. I’m liking the first one best. Will further expand on that.

24 5 / 2013

Harley Quinn fan character named, Rubix.
I don’t really like any of these costume designs. Needs more work! but I already have some back story for her. Hopefully I can draw her intro rather than write it.

Harley Quinn fan character named, Rubix.

I don’t really like any of these costume designs. Needs more work! but I already have some back story for her. Hopefully I can draw her intro rather than write it.

18 5 / 2013

dresdencodak:

Inspired by Anita Sarkeesian’s Video Game Tropes vs Women, I wanted to pitch a Zelda game where Zelda herself was the hero, rescuing a Prince Link. 

Clockwork Empire is set 2,000 years after Twilight Princess, and is not a reboot, but simply another iteration in the Zelda franchise. It just so happens that in this case, Zelda is the protagonist. I’m a very big Zelda fan, and worked hard to draw from key elements in the continuity and mythos.

This concept work is meant to show that Zelda as a game protagonist can be both compelling and true to the franchise, while bringing new and dynamic game elements that go farther than being a simple gender swap.

Hope you like it!

(for more info about this project, check out my FAQ)

Yes!

13 5 / 2013

I’m taking a pause and a step back from my art because I feel I need to do some re-accessing.

After going through old art files, looking at new files, and struggling to draw what I want, I realized that it was because I didn’t know what I want. I essentially have three “technical” styles of art: flat color, line art, and painted. Only my line art is okay. My flat color needs more work with light and shadow, and I barely know how to paint.

As for my actual style of drawing, that is pretty much up in the air. Every other drawing is a different style, switching between: cartoon, something anime-like, and something leaning toward realism. My drawing style confuzzles me because I don’t know which one I like more. I suppose it depends what the drawing is for.

My plan is to browse art and make collections of stuff I like. Then I’ll go back and study these pieces and figure out which parts I incorporate into my own art. I’m just looking for some certain direction.

08 5 / 2013

Another experiment. Much better than the last. Character is Peppermint from my superhero-ish story. Her facial features are pretty different in this image.

Another experiment. Much better than the last. Character is Peppermint from my superhero-ish story. Her facial features are pretty different in this image.

08 5 / 2013

Experimental style. I can see where it can have some applications, but I don’t really like it.