Dragged out one of my anatomy books for some equine practice. Night sketching to counteract long study days. The second one is more of an “if I had my own steed” sketch. Skyrim horses had a hand in inspiration there.
Final redesign of Calisial (top) and Eteinstar (bottom) (who have also both been renamed!), formerly known as Crystal and Deathstar.
Calisial (“sah-lee-sial”) is derived from “Alisia”, a female name meaning “noble”. Eteinstar (“eh-teen-star”) is derived from “éteint”, the french word meaning extinct/dead. Though twins and both of royal blood, Calisial became direct heiress over her brother because she is slightly larger than he and bares a more dominant, elaborate horn structure.
Moleskine doodle. Because doodling shrimp creatures during the VS fashion show really showcases the level of weird fuck I can operate at
“Flight Father” My gryphon character, Skandar, in charcoals.
The roommate & I have been having a Hitler/nazi themed movie weekend & I wanted some charcoal playtime to keep my hands entertained during Inglourious Basterds.
While Hailey made play-doh penises and slapped me with them.
Sami’s character, Jacob.
I almost drew him happy, but then that wouldn’t be very classical Jacob, would it?
Doing his hair is a lot like prying a fork into my eye socket.
Merry early Christmas, darling!
Tess and her Greater Etsa, Ziev, being investigated by a curious Lesser Etsa. Though the two species are closely related, Lesser Etsa are not domesticated; possible because they lack the sharp intelligence (and usefulness) of their larger cousins.
Basilisk Scorpion concept art.
Asera isn’t all serene, curious sky whales. These scorpions are the apex predator of the Harwood forests, but, despite their short temperament, they actually aren’t quite as vicious and mindless as the outside world plays them out to be. Still, they’re remarkably dangerous and fast. The Caeli people harvest their venom to tip their arrows and blades with. Like mountain lions, they’re very adaptable and are able to thrive across various environments.
Footprint of the Buddha - symbol of strength, stability, and resolve and of our connection with the Earth.
Raiding my roommate’s book of symbols I stumbled across this and just HAD to make my own rendition of it.