Drawn on black paper using coloured pencils. Needed quite a bit of adjustment after scanning, because if there's one thing my new scanner is really good at, it's picking up paper grain.
Markers on A6/postcard size, drawn for Sketch Fest #13
A pet portrait closely based on one of the reference photos Eliza provided.
Markers, A6 format (ca. 4''x6'')
Paell carefully climbed across the dragon's flank, knife in gloved hand. The overlapping scales were hot, only just bearable. The hide below them was worse. Hence the gloves.
You'd think those temperatures would be good for something. If it's a danger to dragonslayers—
With a scraping noise, some of the scales shifted, drawing Paell's attention. He stalked the rippling movement, waiting for an opening. Yes! The knife slipped in the gap and found its target.
It would be amazing if it wasn't so disgusting. Paell plucked the body of the rat-sized mite off his weapon and continued the hunt.
Joan liked the feeling of insects crawling over her skin.
The four classic elements are an old favourite for themed sets.
I guess I should practise the whole patiently-working-on-details thing, but I'll just leave those like this.
Acrylic paint on 640g/sqm bristol board.
So... YAY, I met the Owltober challenge - sort of. One for each day, even if made in bursts rather than daily.
You know, I have no idea.
If I manage another set of four tomorrow, I'll have made the Owltober challenge, more or less. Whee.
I got the idea from http://endless-spirit.deviantart.com/art/Pages-276-277-180908430
Un-pencilled sketches in ink pen (for all but the top right one including Pentel brush pen) on book pages.
The upper left one is sold, the other three available.
If I disappear, I will have been killed by a certain bibliophile mage, but since he's fictional, that's unlikely to happen.
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