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A place to post my sketches and what not.

Rubix, slightly more realistic face.

Rubix, slightly more realistic face.

— 9 months ago with 1 note
#my art  #rubix 
Practice with headshots and greyscale.

Practice with headshots and greyscale.

— 9 months ago
#my art 
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.

— 10 months ago with 4 notes
#my art  #rubix  #harley quinn  #fan art 
color experiment.

color experiment.

— 10 months ago
#my art 
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.

— 10 months ago
#a girl for ryuu  #but probably only platonic!  #my art 
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.

— 10 months ago with 3 notes
#Harley Quinn  #my art  #Rubix 

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!

— 11 months ago with 97745 notes
Lost

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.

— 11 months ago
#art isn't easy  #but I guess no one said it was 
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.

— 11 months ago
#Peppermint  #experiment  #my art 

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

— 11 months ago
#Peppermint and Muu  #experiment  #my art 
Mate and Stephen~ Two characters from a fantasy story I’m writing. Hm, a little about them…
Mate has a magic anti-magic sword which is very handy when her job is hunting mythical creatures.
Stephen is a somewhat gloomy magic boy. I think he’s really cute actually.. He’s obsessed with accessories. All his gear isn’t drawn in here, but he is decked out with a bunch of little magic items that essentially give him extra lives, super strength, speed, and various abilities, that’s once he can figure out how to use them. Magic items don’t come with instructions!

Mate and Stephen~ Two characters from a fantasy story I’m writing. Hm, a little about them…

Mate has a magic anti-magic sword which is very handy when her job is hunting mythical creatures.

Stephen is a somewhat gloomy magic boy. I think he’s really cute actually.. He’s obsessed with accessories. All his gear isn’t drawn in here, but he is decked out with a bunch of little magic items that essentially give him extra lives, super strength, speed, and various abilities, that’s once he can figure out how to use them. Magic items don’t come with instructions!

— 11 months ago with 1 note
#mate and stephen  #fantasy story  #my art 
Unfinished painting scene thing from a story about a messenger who rides on a dragon.

Unfinished painting scene thing from a story about a messenger who rides on a dragon.

— 11 months ago
#dragon messenger  #my art