A recent OC belonging to a friend. Klink and Hagurumon just happened because of her mechanic/gear theme.
The more time passes, the less patience I seem to have for humanish Gardevoirs. So I figured I’d attempt to figure out a more creature-y look for the thing, and it sort of went mega along the way as I doodled it.
Basically I figured that the ‘dress’ bits would have some very minor translucency and actually might show some visible veins and sort of bloop around like a jellyfish bell or a squid mantle. The doodle was done with the shiny coloration simply for emphasis - and this one could be either male or female, I honestly don’t care.
And another one. This time I was aiming for someone with a bright sort of smile.
I really should be drawing more.
Got hit by a random urge to draw the bloody time-traveling onion fairy as more of a fae-creature and less of a derpy malproportioned cartoon… thing. I’ve already doodled one before in a previous doodle page, but I guess I felt like trying to sketch it a bit more seriously?
I dunno. But it’s a thing now.
A random combination of factors while I was doodling caused a rather nondescript dragon frame to change direction and evolve into this critter. I’m quite fond of how it turned out.
I utterly loved that idea and had quite a bit of fun with it - especially with the pixellated digital ripples and the slight variations in the individual Porygons. ^^
Roserade has been a favorite of mine since its introduction – and seeing how fairly uncommon things featuring the species tend to be, I decided to step in with this dynamic design – complete with an array of attacks from its repertoire.
As part of my continuous artistic evolution I’ve been taking art classes to catch up on assorted technical gaps - and lately I’ve been focusing on portraits. This is my latest work from there.
Commissioned work for shinylyni of a Kyubeon. I basically tried to synthesize Kyubey and a shiny Sylveon into one design and I’m really happy with how it turned out. ^^
A little something in between. My preferred time for payment is once the rough sketch phase of a picture is done but before I actually get into the detailing/coloring/shading phase.
This allows me to show the person who commissioned me a progress shot of what I’m doing, and get some feedback/apply corrections before finishing the picture.
I really should have put this in my commission information to begin with - I shall update it presently. Thanks, anon! ^^
You may have noticed that my avatar has changed - that is because I’ve completed a massive revamp to my art blog’s design that has been in the works for quite the long time.
And that isn’t the only thing that’s new.
In an attempt to reach out to as broad an audience as possible and draw more attention to my art, I now have an Artist Page on Facebook - and a Twitter account - alongside my long-running deviantART gallery and my recently-spawned Redbubble Store. Feel free to like/follow/watch/otherwise stalk whichever of them you exist on - I would greatly appreciate it.
(Keep in mind, however, that I loathe Twitter with a burning passion and so expect any posts on the Twitter in question to be cross-posted from Tumblr).
Also, in case you didn’t know, I am open for commissions. All the information you might need if you’re interested can be found over here. And if you aren’t interested in one right now but know someone who might, I’d appreciate the signal boost. ^^
Thankye and have a good day!