Wow, she looks entirely too much like Klez. She needs more blood on her, I think.
But they're in two different series, so I gues it's okay.
Check out the half-assed attempt at making her see through. I suck.
And who would've thought she'd be so hard to color? There's, what? Two colors on 'er?
Just trying out a new style. Much better looking than the other one (I think so, anyway). Matches the (crappy) style of coloring, too.
That's a guy, by the way. He tries to act more human (he was born on another planet), but the last book written about humans was in the 18th century. On women.
So he thinks this is how modern human men dress and act.
The thing is, it's pretty common knowledge (on his planet) that they don't. It's just that no one has the heart to tell him....
My first oekaki in almost a year.
Ko-Ra (I'm not sure if that's her name yet), the goddess o' love. I'm thinking about doing a whole series of these, even if I'll probably forget about it.
The star might be upside down, I don't know... I think it's a symbol for Venus, but I'm not sure...
Yes, my mom is making me read 'The Da Vinci Code'...
Yes, another drawing of Chikabi. It's not like she's easy to draw, either.
Atleast it's better looking than the other two. Strange, since it was a 10-minute pen sketch.
I can't believe how thin she was in the others. And flat chested. That too.
And here's where I started coloring in this... sloppy looking style.
Yet, it's half the time, half the effort, and it looks better. What the hell is that about?
Anyway, as you can see, I can't draw guns. Ever.
What's weird is, this is my first drawing of her. Usually it takes weeks (or months, depending on how lazy I'm being) for me to make a 'final image' of a character.
And to your left is the reason I stopped trying to color realisticly. This thing took my an hour. An hour.
Not to mention the strain put on my eyes trying to do the shading.
And it's still crappy.
Ez and Klez
Why are they such a bitch to draw? It's not like they're complicated or anything. Maybe it's that they have to look the same? Or maybe it's that they're always hugging or something like that.
Well, considering this is only the third time I've drawn her, I think it turned out pretty good. Aside from her head, which is a little too big. But that's it. Oh. And her neck? It's supposed to be that long. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
Her eye looks weird. Since I'm so bad at drawing the right eye to look like the left eye, I was planing to trace it from the original(I sketch it on lined paper and then trace it). Buuuut, I made the left eye too big or too far inward that it wouldn't fit. So. There.
This is my first drawing of her since... I don't remember. Almost a year? I think the last one of her was THIS one. Holy crap.... that's old.
Done on 9"x12" canvas with a Sharpie. I love this thing, for reasons unknown. Maybe it was the fumes. I didn't stop coloing the background the whole time. Which was... 15 minutes? It took around 45-or so minutes to finish the whole thing. Anyway, Nicnivin is actually Hari, only with a less sucky name. She was the first deity that I made (mid-'02), so that makes sence. She was actually somewhat important in the begining, but now I made her into a puppet. Puppet goddess. What's that, anyway?
I think this turned out pretty good, considering how "mad" I was when I was tracing/inking it. See, after I'd finished coloring it, my cat knocked over a vase which was in the middle of the counter (for reasons unknown) onto it. Aaaaand it turned pink. So I had to trace it using mom's SUCKY 3x5 lightbox................. SUCKY!
Mura, in his.... dragony form. It was based off the Piasa, only without the wings. Took me over a month to finish it, namely because I forgot about it the next day. It was just a sketch done in 5 minutes and colored in a few hours(over two days).
Bahaha....I love this thing. Took me forever. Everything's to scale, too. Sorta. That's a first. Her right leg's a bit weird. But whatever. Oh, and she's leaning foreward, so that's why it looks like she has no neak. I dunno if that turned out right.
This is weird. It looks like his arm is to the back, when it's really to the front. And it looks like he's holding the sword above the ground. Crap. Anyway, this is Takkun. The guy everyone seems to mistakefor a girl. For some reason. Maybe it's the dress.... thing. I don't see why they like him so much. He isn't even a pretty girl.
This thing.... arg. For one it took me forever to draw it, only to find that I drew it on the backside of the paper. The thing with Copic marker pads. One side's normal, while the other will NOT absorb ANYTHING. So marker ink dries right away, making it impossible to color or shade large spaces. And pen ink won't go one as well. So I ink it, trace it, and ink it again. I don't have a lightbox, mind you. I have to pull the glass off the coffee table a bit and put a flashlight under it. And then it takes me several days to find a way to color it, then do so. And it looks like she's tilting to the side, too. Arg.