I have dabbled on and off for years in many different mediums, just for fun and to explore. I have recently decided to take my art more seriously, so please join me in my journey.
I specialize in marker art.
This is a town I designed for my game, it's placed at the edges of No Man's Land. A place filled with wild magic and time is broken. I'm sorry I haven't gotten to uploading in a while it's busy season at work.
I didn't love the first colour job, so I tried a new colour scheme, and fell in love! This is it, my new DM screen!
I was very happy with this one until I erased the pencil lines! All my line work smudged! Oh well. I'm still happy with it. So this is a logo I'm designing for my Tabletop RPG I've written. I'm so excited for this! This will be my DM screen!
I wish I had more time to redraw this, I'm learning construction with this piece. While I'm satisfied that I have made improvements in learning about the human form, this still just looks bad. Due to lack of time, and practice. I'll get better with time and patience.
I drew this to test out my copic markers, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it.
I'm actually quite happy with this piece, it feels very quiet and serene.
Well, it's a hand. I decided that even if I really don't like it I'll post it anyways. Why? Because it's still a piece of my journey, something for me to look back on later and see how much I've improved.
A little game art here, this is Cheshire an alien cat that accompanied is on our travels. I based him off an adolescent lion and gave him diamond pupils and house cat ears.
A ring inspired by this year's prompts for Inktober. Can anyone tell me why it keeps uploading sideways? Also sorry I've missed the last three days, I was driving home, regular updates will continue!
Inspired by the name Aces + eights I made a little bit of a western dress.
Map I made for my tabletop RPG campaign. A big surprise is waiting for them when they finally reach it.
Inspired by Carolyn S. Pio. This is my first piece for Inktober.