I think I was watching Lord of the Rings and I started drawings since I’ve seen the movies a hundred times. So I did a quick sketch of a cartoony Eowyn. She looks kinda steely – not showing much emotion. I like the way the sketch came out regardless but it reminds me to always show more emotion and action when I do work for my clients.
Improving on that thought, here is post of a better action shot. This was done for a screen printing project I did. This is the original sketch that eventually was given more contrast in Photoshop and then applied to a magnetic sheet via screen print to make refrigerator magnets.
And again, one of my favorites to draw: the harem girl. I really like the costuming involved.
Here is a pencil sketch of a fantasy imagining of Queen Elizabeth I of Britain. I wanted to make her much prettier than in her portraits.
The drawing below is a re-imagining of a cartoon character from the 80’s, Rose Petal. In the show she was probably around preteen age, so I wanted to create what she’d look like grown up a bit more.
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