My new Facebook cover photo, knocked up really quickly using the background I painted for my Sailor Moon fanart. I doodled my character Rayner on top, I thought it would look good if she had starry hair.
POW! Finished Sailor Mercury the last of the Sailor Scouts for my Sailor Moon fanart.
I’ve actually already done the background too, however I’ll post the finished piece later.
Another Sailor Senshi done, albeit very slowly again. I had my birthday and wedding in between completing Sailor Venus and Sailor Mars, hence the delay. I’m hoping I can get this finished this weekend.
Sailor Mars’ hair colour has changed drastically since I did the flat colours. I decided to make her hair much lighter, which in turn made it easier to shade.
I brought a copy of this print from Pick Me Up this year. It was part of the Brothers of the Stripes periodic table themed prints.
I absolutely LOVE it! I can’t wait to get it framed and displayed (we are very slow at this bit).
Practising some anatomy and more interesting poses. It’s not great, I’m a little rusty but I like the pose so I might redraw this one again after some warm up poses to loosen my hand up.
The character is Rayner from the comic I’m working on; The Pyre.
Just finished working on the shading for Sailor Venus. Two more Sailor Senshi to go! I’m looking forwards to shading Mars and Mercury.
I felt inspired to draw a quick piece of Seconds fanart after reading it.
I really love Lis’s design, the red under her eyes and that black fur coat are just SO good. I also really liked Katie’s outfit when she got all dressed up, which is why I decided to draw her in it. The background was heavily inspired by the books beautiful hardback cover. The graphic novel tends to keep the colouring quite flat, and I quite liked just the flat colours in my piece, so I didn’t add any shading. Those who have read the comic should understand what the girls are holding. Katie should have a dozen mushrooms in her hands. The way Lis crouches as she munches the bread is really cute which I wanted to get in the drawing (kind of anyway as she’s much less hunched in my illustration).
If you haven’t read Seconds then I highly recommend you do, it’s brilliant.
Seconds is by the extremely talented radiomaru and his small team of (also talented) helpers.