Month: October 2020

[ARTWORK] Victorina with an Apple

I drew three pictures of Victorina, put them in a poll, and the winner became a print for conventions! As you can guess, this was a loser – the winner was Victorina Under an Apple Tree. I don’t think this mid-body shot is all too bad. I mostly like Victorina’s face. She’s wearing an expression

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[ARTWORK] Matison Coloured Sketch

Matison is one of the citizens of Naitmaric on the Mainland. She comes from a family of metalworkers, weavers, and seamstresses/tailors. She’s learned from all the different trades, so she’s learned to make herself fashionable outfits and make things out of metal, from jewelry to accessories to anything in between. Oh, and she’s passionate about

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[ARTWORK] Seraphim Bust Shot 2

Yes, another doodle of Seraphim, where you can finally see her whole hair (for the most part). Seraphim comes from a family of healers, particularly people who work with “wanderers” – non-Naitmarians who mysteriously stumble onto the planet. They help them integrate with Natimarian society. When she’s not doing this, she’s often making jewelry. She

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[PERSONAL] Re: The Bans & Why They’re Good

The Bans & Why They’re Good is a post I wrote in June 2013. I was browsing my older posts, deciding what to respond back to, and I ultimately decided on this one. In the post, I talk about being on “another drawing ban”. This was something I used to occasionally do when doing artwork

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[ARTWORK] Seraphim Bust Sketch

This is literally one of my favourite pieces I’ve ever done and it’s not even a fully-finished one! This is a bust shot of Seraphim, sometimes called Sera, my beach witch character from Naitmaric. She’s one of the most important characters in my stories, as well as one of my strongest. She’s an expert in

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[ARTWORK] Hadley Mixing Chemicals at a Table

One of three pictures to be made into prints. This is one of the ones that lost in the poll I made. This is probably my least favourite in the set. I feel like Hadley would have a different kind of table and it would be a lot more chaotic than this. However, I didn’t

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[ARTWORK] Hadley Mixing Chemicals

One of three pictures sketched to make into prints! This one did not win the poll. This is Hadley doing an experiment. What exactly is he doing an experiment for? I literally have no idea. Hadley is one of the few characters I had enough backstory established for him to come up with some decent

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[Artwork] Aldister’s Grief

Aldister is a demon who has the ability to kill with a single touch, but loves life. He struggles with questions about why he has such an ability and what good does it do if he doesn’t want to kill? He butts heads all the time with Etheriel, an angel who kills for the fun

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[ARTWORK] Etheriel’s Subtle Joy

Out of the three sketches I drew to become prints, this is is the one that won. I am glad it was as well. I think out of all three of them, this is the best looking one. This also worked perfectly with Aldister’s piece, since they are two polarizing forces. Etheriel is an angel.

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[PERSONAL] Predictive Themes in My Rambles Artwork – a Reflection

Before you do anything, please go read the following year summaries: 20142015201620172018 Did you read them? Okay, great! (Or if you didn’t…eh, okay, whatever, your choice.) 2015’s Goal Post’s Queen Side Doodles Reflected That Year If you read the summary, 2014 was pretty dang good. Although things were getting slightly more intense, it was still

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[ARTWORK] Seamay

I laugh because I really thought another picture of Seamay I did (the first one I did) was going to be the one I used for prints, but as soon as I drew this one, I KNEW that this was the one. Like, I knew-knew it was the one. The composition is lovely. Seamay laying

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[ARTWORK] Seirian Bust Shot

This is one of three illustrations I did of Seirian. This one lost to Seirian on a Tree. If I had not held a poll, I probably would have gone with this sketch for Seirian’s print. There’s not as much involved, it’s simple and looks great. I think the decision would have been reinforced by

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