Well hello, my minions!
It’s been quite some time since I’ve posted any art, and the main reason for this is I haven’t DONE any art. NaNoWriMo took center stage, and after that…
*mysteriously swirls robe* Who knows?
(Which is a fancy way of saying I’m a human train-wreck who doesn’t know how to organize her schedule.)
Needless to say, I’m slowly getting back in the groove of arting. And what better way to celebrate than dumping all my recent (and not-recent — some of these date as far back as the summer) art on you guys?
Prepare to be amazed.
*as she trips over her pencil and sprawls face-first on the floor*
WATERCOLOR BRUSH PENS ARE A BLESSING TO THIS EARTH. Also, let’s take a moment to indulge in angsty Winter Soldier/Bucky Barnes feelings.
Anakin and Obi-Wan’s entire relationship summed up in one picture. Not quite sure what’s going on here, but I’m guessing Anakin is trying to convince his poor frazzled master that YES, blowing up whatever he blew up was 100% according to plan. (Even though it wasn’t.)
I don’t know who this kid is, but I’m willing to bet he’s British.
Fun Fact: If you squint, you can see an Aeterna ear showing through from the next page. This is the problem with drawing on thin paper; it’s waaay too transparent.
My first experiment with cross-hatching.
Otherwise known as my only experiment with cross-hatching.
Some random sad dude trying to look edgy. You’re nailin’ it, bro.
Here’s a piece of fan art I did for Writefury’s serial story Say Uncle. It’s been hiding under a rock all these months because I CAN’T DRAW HEADLIGHTS, DANGIT. (Or cars, for that matter…) The tree looks like it’s being sucked into the headlight.
A weird hippie library lady fueling her caffeine addiction.
*sarcastic beeping noises that translate into me raving about watercolor brush pens*
Please admire my hoodie sleeve. It matched the color of BB-8’s shadow so well that I had to get it in the picture somewhere.
Never have I felt so aesthetic as in that moment.
Here’s a kid who probably belongs in a Charles Dickens novel…
Sad Ahsoka Tano art, because Clone Wars broke my heart into little pieces and stomped on them.
For the record: I know her face has issues. I misjudged the length and proportions of her nose, so if you squint, her face looks weirdly similar to an extremely orange, extremely goggle-eyed pug dog.
I’m sorry, Ahsoka. You deserved better from me.
By far the most adorable human bean to ever grace my sketchbook. Just look at him. Feel his awkwardness radiating off the page. If this were in color, his socks would be mismatched.
I love drawing nerds.
THE BRUSH PEN SAGA CONTINUES!!! I really love this girl. She’s so bright and sunshiny and looking at her makes me feel tangible happiness.
Anna and I acquainted ourselves with the newest Star Wars show, and OH MY LAND. Take all my money. I’m hooked.
And thus it was that Torra Doza became the next victim of my arting spree.
Well, there you have it, folks! For an introvert, I draw an awful lot of people. I still haven’t figured out if that’s creepy or not, but there it is.
And yes, there’s a grand total of five Star Wars drawings here. #SorryNotSorry
So, which drawing is your favorite? Is there anyone in particular you’d like to see me do next? If Elrond had just shoved Isildur into the depths of Mount Doom when he had the chance, would the Uruk Hai ever have been invented?
Talk to me, people.