the amount of worldbuilding i’m doing for d&d au is insane
like im almost ready to make fucking /character sheets/ for EVERY GODDAMN HERO thats how fucking invested i am. i created a whole new type of construct, an entire war, homebrew rules for lycanthropy, and guns.
These two fight like polar opposites, always bickering and never meeting ends, which is pretty amusing to Zer’ruh, as it causes them to get into situations that wouldn’t have happend, if they weren’t butting heads.
Gale pretty much looks out for himself, not concerning himself with others or their affairs, and turns his nose up towards those he deems in lower standing than him, which is the majority of the population, as he holds the title ‘anchor’, or “Keeper of the Moon / Chain” .
Sebeaux on the other hand, is selfless, and will always throw out a helping hand to those in need, and would even take a bullet for a butterfly. He believes he is equal to all people of the realm, and would never hold his title above someone else, as he rarely mentions it at all, and holds the title ‘anchor’ or “Keeper of the Sun / Chain”.
Two more precious children added to the SoS cauldron, muahahaha :D -I originally had a comic planned to go under the sketches, but it kind of turned into chapter fragment of sorts, and so I decided to go ahead and throw this set out there.
The trainer sheets! Ruby was “Cute but Deadly”, Weiss was “Cold Grace” Blake was “Stoic Felines” and Yang was “Three Bears!”
I just decided to do two Pokemon each (with the exception of Yang, cause Goldilocks and Three Bears haha) as a throwback to the original “pairs” during the Team Building phase in Season 1. Plus, other trainers rarely seem to have more than 3 (what gives?). So, hope you like! I had a ton of fun making these!
My film is well underway in it’s development faze! This is the character sheets for the characters featured in the film: the baby bear and his sick mother. The film is loosely inspired by the Haida artstyle in design, so I’m trying to incorporate the distinctive shape and colors in as much as I can to give the film a unique feel. I think I’ve succeeded for the characters, although they might need some reworking here and there. I’m very happy with how they came out, though, and the cub was well received by the class thus far; I’ve yet to show mama bear but here’s hoping she’s just as liked. :3
I had to fight too much with this man’s face. Sweet Jesus I still don’t know if I fully understand how it works. BUT it’s very fun to draw and I’ve learnt a lot of things, such as draw: sternocleidmastoid, oris/oculi orbicularis, angry men, very angry men. Did I mention how proud I am of the necks?
I’d totally love to work on Eponine and Gavroche expressions but sadly, I have to keep working on the portfolio so they will have to wait *cries a river*
How to draw Mickey Mouse? Behold, a truckload of model sheets for Mickey (and Minnie) Mouse. I always thought Mickey was hard to draw, but I could never quite put my finger on the reason why–but it’s the ears. It’s basically two-dimensional ears on a three-dimensional character.