So back in Aldrich Stories: Fighting a Mage. Oak mentioned he had sisters. This is the twins (Anaika and Amethyst).
Sorry for the late post, it’s been a busy week. So I made another clay model. This time of the character Oscar Pine from RWBY Volume 4. He has a little chibi Ozpin on his shoulder. Who he’s super unimpressed with (wonder why.)
Sorry I didn’t post last week. I was sick. But here’s a short story that sheds some more light of the world of Aldrich. This story is a part of Aldrich Stories. You can find the other stories here. Job description Oak was sitting reading though some emails on his screen. The common room of … More Aldrich Stories: Job Description
I recently did some research for a friend’s children with learning disabilities. When I was a kid having my own troubles with my learning disability. I played a lot of video games. Since then, there’s been research done showing how playing video games can be helpful for kids with learning disabilities. An interesting thing about … More Video Games for Kids with Learning Disabilities
Arthur Quake’s concept from Aldrich stories: Fighting a Mage.
This story is a part of Aldrich Stories. You can find the other stories here. Fighting a Mage: “Yo, Benjamin!” The young man turned to see his new commander’s secretary. The girl had a pair of headphones around her neck. “Hello, Miss Famer.” He replied. He had quickly gotten used to the way the pair … More Aldrich Stories: Fighting a Mage
I thought people might have been curious about Finnegan Baker from Aldrich Stories (which you can check out here). This is an early design for Fin. I drew this to get an idea for his hair, eye and skin colour. He also strikes me as the kind of guy who has messy hair just because … More Aldrich Stories: Finnegan Baker Illustration