When I started the challenge I sought to honour my bestie @nejsa by giving preference to her mercenary Felanay, but in hindsight it should have been obvious to me that the first one probably won’t turn out to be the best one. Still, it was good practice and fun to make, and it doesn’t look bad by any means.
@ScrapperNimitz’ bounty hunter Ta’looh, whose looks I adore. Rather intricate, super fun to make.
I don’t have the name of this one unfortunately. The sketch started out as a hot mess, but I’m super happy I kept going because I think it turned out great.
Early birthday present for the wonderful @ScrapperNimitz.
A portrait of sorts of Shima, one of the wolf ladies I will be working with in 2017. That one is probably closest to my pencil style.
Since the portraits quickly turned out to be too demanding for me to do in a single day, I resorted to something more simple – sooo, have an Eevee.
Of course I had to do all the evolutions too. I really don’t like Flareon in the games, but somehow drawing this one is easier for me than the others. You also learn A LOT about the subtler differences between the evos that I never noticed before (eyeshape and that sort of thing).
That one looked better as a sketch, but I’m still fine with it.
Vaporeon was a pain perspective wise, but oh well. My favourite of the three original ones.
Note to self: don’t do THE WHOLE DRAWING with the brush tip. I’m so sorry, Umbreon.
Inktober intrigued me ever since I first encountered the challenge on Tumblr, but at the time I was still in too bad a mental shape to even pick up a pencil, let alone try something new. 533 more words