Day 02 of the 30 day art challenge: You’re fave animal
DRAGONS I fucking love them, although this was meant to have been drawn on Sunday and I’m only JUST drawing it but stillllllllllllll my fave non-mythical animal is sheep in case you were wondering. Yes, this is the dragon from the Legendary Tales album by Rhapsody of Fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiireeeeeeeeee I’m lazy at the moment and don’t wanna draw one of my own dragons >__>
Finally finished my painting for Storm which is LOOOOOOOOOOOONG overdue D: Anyway for Day 07-Your favourite movie I chose, X Men why? Because I love the X Men fandom, I’ve been in love with X Men since I was 7/8ish and of course, I HAD to do a painting of Storm, why? She’s my favourite mutant, I mean come on the power to control the weather? FUCKING AWESOME
Mythlogical-Dragons, I don’t know what it is about them that makes them my favourite. I suppose it’s the whole “we’re lizards with wings and we breath fire and horde gold and shiny things cause we’re boss” which is what attracts them to me.
Mediums: Indian ink and watered down felt tip on cartridge paper
I really like to read (I’m in the process of reading through George R. R. Martin’s Game of Thrones series at the moment) and to draw something for this was really difficult for me how could I single out one book I liked more than others when I like them all? So in the end, I had to pick something which most people in my age group would have read and those in older or younger would have heard about settling on the Harry Potter series.
I chose to focus on the magical creature Buckbeak a half horse half eagle introduced in The Prisoner of Azkaban. In my opinion Buckbeak is the representation of freedom in the series, he is often tied down and held captive and all he wants is to fly free.
I’ve been looking at the book The Perks Of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky and how the main character Charlie is so relatable to myself the fact that he’s a wallflower and I’m a wallflower that he understands what life for us is like. I wanted to do this more personal project because it’s hard to explain to people about myself so I wanted to give the audience that motive to look through my book to learn more about me as a person.