Two updated looks for two of the characters in my webcomic. This instead of an actual page update because busytimes are busy…
It actually updated yesterday, but I put the finishing touches and final shading and rendering today, so, enjoy a warmage girl being her team’s MVP, a bunch of parents being proud, and said warmage girl outwitting an ancient evil sorcerer. Read the comic here!
Valerie Depaix, one of the elementals on the webcomic Out of my Element. I just had the urge to draw her 🙂 This is a WIP; I’ll do some shades another day 🙂
Outsmarted by a couple of teenagers! Xisve’ki may be an ancient, powerful sorcerer but he definitely has not played enough strategy games to know when his units are being a) goaded, b) outflanked, c) crowd-controlled, d) all of the above. Read the comic here!
Possible redesign for one of my webcomic’s characters.
Commander Derrexi Tzelan, head of the Beldatz Garrison of the Hawk Maidens Order This is a redesign of the protagonist in my webcomic; Nahast: Lands of Strife, as she will appear in the next Book/chapter
oomecomic: Here is a fanart I did of Behari from Nahast: Lands of Strife! I did a redesign of the Hawkmadien armor for Alejandro because he wanted to see what I could make =) …and I may implement some of these in a future redesign 😀 Check out Alli’s comic, Out of my Element!
It may seem like a day late, but there was an update on Monday… I just didn’t have time to make it all fancy and shaded, so I didn’t shout out about it… but now it is all fancy and shaded so, there! Check the latest page here!
Xisve’ki’s surge of power does not go unnoticed by Jakitza’s growing arcane awareness… and she reaches a decision. Yesh! Still managed to finish the page on time. I have to admit that I kind of cheated a little… while this conversation WAS written in my original script, I decided to frame it on closer takes
Turns out Xisve’ki is not amused by Jakitza’s antics… and prepares to turn the tables once more! It’s been a while since I depicted Xisve’ki so much in a single page, and not in a way that I could really use the new methods I’ve picked up for art, so it was fun to have