Okay, I’m REALLY proud of this one. It’s much more of a simple illustration, but WOW did it turn out well for just 3 hours and some technical difficulty! It’s just been added to the ArtStation portfolio under a new album I’m creating for illustrations.
You may also notice that I’ve cleared out a lot of my older work from my ArtStation portfolio. I’m trying to keep it more recent and streamlined work so that it’s an accurate representation of my current skills and style.
As I may have mentioned, I’ve decided to start illustrating for my personal/crafting blog, Tea & Trinket. I SHOULD be illustrating for my blogs because, obvious, I draw and design and illustrate!
This particular illustration was for a post promoting my Ko-fi (which, if you’re interested, for the price of a cup of coffee, you help me continue to have materials to craft with and blog about). However, I liked it so much that it is now the banner image on my blog.
I’ve been working off a list of randomly generated “aesthetics”. The generator is a bit of a joke, but I’ve been having fun drawing from the prompts, as have many other artists who stream.
This week on my Thursday livestream, I’ll be working on another randomly generated prompt; “Insect Lolita”. Be sure to come watch at 6 pm PST.
If you are interested in supporting my work, patrons at the $3+ tier view all finished drawings first and all patrons get a patrons-only feed that includes weekly WIPS!
Gerda loves the flashiness of the Big City, whichever one she happens to be in at the time. While she knows how to rock the bright colors and striking designs of the latest in alternative fashions, she also knows how to hide in plain sight and tip odds in her favor.
Surprisingly, the photo quality is a little better with the selfie cam on my phone (just… how?!). Still not great and going to keep looking for a fix to the problem.
This one was difficult. I chose a pretty challenging pose that wasn’t coming out, so I had to change it up and got for a “less-is-more” approach.