Andaran atish’an! My husband got a new iPad pro recently, and I tested it out with a quick sketch of my Inquisitor from Dragon Age: Inquisition. The pencil it comes with works leagues better than any of the styluses I’ve tried on my older iPad 3. Needless to say, I’m pretty jealous, and will definitely … More iPad Sketching…for the Inquisition!
Just a couple of paint sketches from the leftover paint I used to paint my Celestia figure. Nothing special, but I rather like the trees.
This past Saturday I went to Richmond for the monthly Dr. Sketchy’s session. This month my friend modeled in her gorgeous Princess Nuala cosplay. I like to go to Dr. Sketchy’s because I think it is helping me learn to draw faster. Unfortunately, I had some trouble this time around, I think because I knew … More Dr. Sketchy’s – Chiara Scuro
Did another drawing with the brush pen. I know I need to stop drawing licensed characters, but I wanted to practice technique rather than design. I drew Huntress, because I wanted to color it, but still be able to use the pen for shading (the way they do in comics). The result is rather interesting. … More More Brush Pen Stuff
So I finally got around to drawing with Rob’s Pentel Pocket Brush pen, and I love it! It took some time to get used to, but I thought I’d share two pinups I did. I was trying to emphasize the lighting. It’s not bad, but I think it could be better. I really wanted to … More Pinups!
Well, I said I was going to post everything, so here’s what I’m working on now. It’s some line art still in the very early stages for a new painting. It’s influenced by the song “Sleepwalker” by Nightwish. Ever since the first time I’ve heard that song I’ve had this image in my head and … More Sleepwalker WIP
Today I’ve got some sketches of my super hero Brigid (whose super name I haven’t decided on yet). Like I said before, she’s an adaptation of my DC Universe Online character. More than drawing Brigid I was mainly focusing on practicing dynamic poses. I only just added the clothing. I’ll probably be doing lots more … More Brigid Sketches