I finally finished the second Masquerada Fan Art I made. It has some perspective issues, but at least I managed to finish it as well… I am still not confident working on paper this large. Watercolour and Copic on Paper.
My current sketchbook is almost full. Time to start sifting through it and fish out the gems.
If it be your will That I speak no more And my voice be still As it was before I will speak no more I shall abide until I am spoken for If it be your will Dalinar and Navani Kholin, from the Stormlight Archive. I have yet to find a song that fits them…
“I am Unity.” […] Dalinar stood within a pillar of light and spinning gloryspren, one hand to each side, clutching the realms that made up reality. […] These Words… are accepted, the Stormfather said, sounding stunned. How? What have you done.
With Mass Effect Andromeda coming out this month, I think back to the triology ands its charakters. I’m going to miss Shepard and her crew.
Masquerada: Songs and Shadows released two weeks ago, and it’s an amazing storytelling experience! The game is not flawless, but I enjoyed it from the first to the last moment, especially the detailed world building and the diverse cast with their convincing voice-acting. And it inspired me to paint. It also makes me want to…
I am awake. Remembering everything. I was in doubt. But no more. I am the child-queen of war. I am the hero you are afraid of. Your last hope. Your doom. I am both tainted and pure. There can be beauty in cruelty. Only one doubt remains: Am I capable of feeling love?
While sorting through my WIP Folder I found this old design sketch for princess Zelda in a Link-Style of Attire.
I made this maquette while planning my helmet. After the helmet was finished I repaired and finished the maquette, adding Hair and more pieces of armour. I wanted to create an antique silver finish, so I first applied a special silver paint and then several layers of acrylic paint. The maquette is made of polymer clay…
I was just going to print this quote and add it to my motivational wall. But then I thought, hell, let’s do it properly and paint something to pin it to my wall. So here is Mikasa being awesome.