Another male character design I’ve been working on. This was a character design I did to practice drawing younger males. He’s much more a magical boy (like a male equivalent to characters like Sailor Moon) then a fantasy hero like the previous design. However this guy has been dubbed Kite and his design takes influence … More Another Male character design
A design for a male hero I’ve been working on. Mostly to practice drawing male characters. When I was drawing him, all I really knew about him was that I had (pretty randomly) nicknamed him Theo and his favorite colour is green. I also decided to give him a less fantasy style street clothes form … More Male character design
So I decided to produce models for the group I’m going to be playing Dungeons and Dragons with. One of the players is pretty new and didn’t know what she wanted her character (Una) to look like. Other then a tiefling with ram horns. She eventually gave me this image (Source: https://goo.gl/images/Xj8QZ7) She’s playing a … More Una The Ranger
I wasn’t 100% happy with the design from my previous blog post so I decided to re-purpose the design into my bard for my friend’s upcoming campaign. Here’s the finished character art.
I didn’t really know what to title this that wouldn’t spoil it. So this started as a D and D backstory for a bit of an atypical barbarian and ended up being a full fledged short story with illustrations. “From this day forward you are to shadow Lord Gabriel, Varian.” The boy nodded. He didn’t … More The Right Place
So this is yet another version of the magical girl character. There are some minor changes, like the lock and her boots. The last image is a sketch of what the monster version of her would look like. I eventually want to do a complete turn around with colour and a casual dress version of … More Still Still working on the Magical Girl.
Still working on on the previous post’s illustration (here). This is a much cleaner version (I’ve also changed some of the colour choices.) Still not 100% happy but it’s been a good exercise in this kind of line work.
A fantasy knight illustration that I’ve been working on for a few days.
Exactly as the title says. This was more to practice the rendering technique but I also liked the idea of a boss monster that is a bucket.
I’ve been practicing drawing more detailed turn arounds, as well as practicing drawing emotions. This character doesn’t have a name. She’s just a little princess design I came up with one day.