So, a couple of people liked the design of the ‘distorted sister’ and I ended up starting to draw her again just now and… Yeah. Dynamic jumping, yaaay.
Now, something about this is making me angry and I can’t tell why.
I think it might be the arms.
God, I remember I drew this like… Two and a half years ago and I could never be bothered to finish it.
I think the name I gave this character was ‘distorted sister’ , something like that.
Oh, and you would never see her face. There would never be any big revelation as to what her face looked like. You would never see it and that’s how it would remain. That’s how I wanted to keep it. At the time, I thought her design was pretty cool, but, eh… Now I’m not so certain.
‘The Blood Bay’ text character designs 1.
A small half hour doodle of Alex fantasizing.
A vectorized artwork I did in Adobe Illsutrator of Fujiwara no Mokou from Touhou. I’ll upload the coloured line art/sketchbook version (which I created only to make it into this vector) later, along with the other one I coloured with letraset markers.
Kaguya had better watch out!
(I just realised I didn’t include the markings on the paper charms on Mokou’s fire trousers. Oh, well…)
Yeah, it’s totally cool by me if you use it as such! It makes me happy that you like my art! So, yeah, use it as a TF2 spray, if you wish. :33
I drew Alex for like the billionth time.
1. I drew this like, over a year ago and it was for A level art coursework and one of the artists I chose to study was Jamie Hewlett and one of the drawings I produced was this. I was playing around with perspective as I was drawing in his style and I have a mixture of love and hatred for this piece.
2. I drew this over a year ago as well and it can also be seen on one of my two dA accounts (not telling which) and my pixiv. It was originally a doodle I made when I was bored, but then it turned into a full on drawing. It’s of Mamimi from FLCL and Osaka from Azumanga Daioh, because my friend really like Azumanga and I really like FLCL, so yeah… You can see where Hajime Ueda began influencing my art heavily in this piece.