Charming Monsters officially discontinued.
It was unofficial and I didn’t want to say it out loud, but it’s all too obvious.
With all of the current projects and things going on in my life, I simply don’t have time for Charming Monsters, so I’m announcing its official ending.
Sorry for leaving you hanging and thanks for reading.
Had ten minutes yesterday and was in an odd LoZ mood so here is a Shadow Link from 4SA. I really fucking loved him in the mangas.
Was designing props for the video game project I’m working on and then suddenly a dumb lizard happened.
He’s so adorably daft.
Women’s International Day entry for the local poster contest.
I got second prize :)
Would’ve been a good idea to post this on the actual day but I’m not a friend of good timing.
Theocracy Project’s best Cyber Mechanic, Evie.
the Little Red Riding Hood wasn’t always red, and nobody realized what her ride was until it was too late.
Revisiting old ideas is always fun. Even if the old version is still one of your favorites, what could be improved? I thought about doing just a “re-draw the same picture now” thing but… what’s the point of that? Because improving is much more than just technically “drawing better”. What else can be improved? How does your new style adapt to the idea? Can the original idea be improved? Is the posture dynamic enough? Are the lines flowing or stiff? Is the pose expressing what you wanted? What about the face?
Am I just writing a lot of bs to excuse the fact I just wanted to draw Bakura dancing butt naked again?
#babayaga for @sketch_dailies (too late and which I almost never do, and that makes me awful).
How does old people even work?
should have been a regular bouncing ball practice but I can’t just do things like a normal human being, I like over-complicating too much.