Sketches of my own characters. It’s time to get these out of my head and down on paper in more proper form.

They are doomed, lack a healer and everything. My dear noobs. *pats*

Had the day off from my internship, and felt like continuing sketching on these, so here, WIP sketches on Sigrun, Nathaniel, Anders and Velanna. Cues for the gear taken from art and item descriptions/names. Like fixing the distinct lack of bears embracing when it comes to Nate’s armor.

Will do Oghren and Justice too.

Still running a high fever, got a headache and feeling really tired but itch to draw something was too big.

… so have two crappy portrait sketches, my Warden Surana to the left, trusty old Night Elf warrior to the right.

Hey look, a pencil sketch that turned out to be a decent drawing, ahahahahahahaIneedanewscanner.
Finally feel like I’ve nailed down her look somewhat well. Who knew aprons could be so much fun.

Hey look, a pencil sketch that turned out to be a decent drawing, ahahahahahahaIneedanewscanner.

Finally feel like I’ve nailed down her look somewhat well. Who knew aprons could be so much fun.

As I’ve mumbled on my personal blog, my time at my previous unemployment activity have run out and I’m currently being a intern at a grocery store, so I don’t have the same time to paint now as I’ve had the last… year and a half or so.

That’s life, so I’ll probably be a lot quieter until the end of May at least. Kinda hoping for a summerjob that I was on a interview for but yeah.

Might livestream a bit tonight though.

kniteoftheoldcode:

solarsweeps:

People don’t always know the right way to talk to artists … so I made a guide. There’s a lot more I could have added, but these are the basics.
Some artists will draw your OC for free, but make sure that they are okay with doing that before asking. Otherwise, you’re being rude.

Seriously, don’t put yourself down to compliment others. That just puts them in an awkward position and stunts the goodness of yourself as well.

kniteoftheoldcode:

solarsweeps:

People don’t always know the right way to talk to artists … so I made a guide. There’s a lot more I could have added, but these are the basics.

Some artists will draw your OC for free, but make sure that they are okay with doing that before asking. Otherwise, you’re being rude.

Seriously, don’t put yourself down to compliment others. That just puts them in an awkward position and stunts the goodness of yourself as well.

Still chipping away at this.
Buildings man, buildings. Way out of my comfort zone with this piece. Which is the point with it, really.
If anyone have any other suggestions on DA lore moments that’s not featured in the games, feel free to send them over. Ain’t promising anything, but open to suggestions.

Still chipping away at this.

Buildings man, buildings. Way out of my comfort zone with this piece. Which is the point with it, really.

If anyone have any other suggestions on DA lore moments that’s not featured in the games, feel free to send them over. Ain’t promising anything, but open to suggestions.

WIP wop blop, Dragon Age illustration of the Vestments of Sacrifice legend.

WIP wop blop, Dragon Age illustration of the Vestments of Sacrifice legend.

Oh and I got a personal blog.

Needed some outlet, but I didn’t want to clutter up this page so yeah, secondary blog it was.

Hey internet, room on that light study bandwagon?
I dunno, really fun exercise. … property of Disney, no infrigment intended.

Hey internet, room on that light study bandwagon?

I dunno, really fun exercise. … property of Disney, no infrigment intended.

Eris, greek goddess of Discord and Strife. When she wasn’t invited to the wedding feast the gods held for the nymph Thetis and hero Peleus, she took a golden apple and inscribed it with ‘to the fairest’ and dropped it in the middle of the feast. It caused a argument between Aphrodite, Athena and Hera, which ultimately led to Zeus sending them off to Paris of Troy so he could act as a judge. The outcome of the Judgment of Paris resulted in the Trojan war.
Did this for the Children of Zeus challenge over at Crimson Daggers. Had quite fun with it.

Eris, greek goddess of Discord and Strife. When she wasn’t invited to the wedding feast the gods held for the nymph Thetis and hero Peleus, she took a golden apple and inscribed it with ‘to the fairest’ and dropped it in the middle of the feast. It caused a argument between Aphrodite, Athena and Hera, which ultimately led to Zeus sending them off to Paris of Troy so he could act as a judge. The outcome of the Judgment of Paris resulted in the Trojan war.

Did this for the Children of Zeus challenge over at Crimson Daggers. Had quite fun with it.

There’s something mildly amusing about driving home and listening to Distant Horizons from Skyrim.

While it’s snowing heavily.

So heavily you can’t see the horizon in the first place.