Robots, aliens, lasers, and spaceships galore!
Scifi space elf twins who will probably judge you. Woon and Moon
Practice drawing/sketch of ony bubbly shaped space vehicles.
Characters of the Day
A Inktober submission from 2016.
On another planet the gravity is different and waves behave differently. Dragons skim over the chaotic oceans looking for prey fish.
Galacons are these giant space robots, and there's two variants. The Solar Galas are much larger and thinner, and sport huge solar sails like frills along their necks and tails, a few even have sails on their long limbs, somewhat like wings. The Solar Galas are surprisingly passive, despite hosting hundreds of concealed turrets (some with EMP missiles), blue/white laser flames from their mouth cannon, and smaller lasers from the lights down their body and limbs. The Solar Galas can hold fleets of cruisers in their chest-like docking bay, and smaller ships down the rest of its body to the hips. Solar Galas are still dangerous though, as their diet consists of metallic asteroids, and small ships can be mistaken as food. Magma Galas (not featured in drawing) are much more bulky, sporting massive drills on either side of the head, as well as drills instead of front claws. They also have much larger and more powerful lower jaws, also used to tear through planets to eat the cores. Though they're much smaller, most have huge tails to store lava/magma, and most can spew superheated laser-like blasts of white magma from their mouths and tails. Magma Galas also have extremely tough armor all down their body, the largest having plates nearly 80 miles thick. They are hyper aggressive until they find a planet to bore into and slowly devour, however if attacked while feeding they won't hesitate to vaporize their enemy.
It doesn't take a hero to order men into battle. It takes a hero to be one of those men who goes into battle ~
When the battle goes outer space and you are the only left ⚔️
Requested by 8 year old space enthusiast. Pastel pencil on dark blue pastel paper.
(HB pencil on 47mm x 80mm paper) Another of my small Guardian Spirit works, which constantly rip into the idea of guardian angels and spirit guides. An idea just about as ridiculous as alien visitations themselves. Could that be a laser weapon the alien's holding, or a portable anal probe?
Graphite and iron oxide on paper
A charcoal drawing going for a creepy atmosphere
Prepare to meet thy maker! A test of a 3D model I made, into the art package with a bit of editing. I've been thinking about making a digital comic in this style...
"Helios" is a world of infernal heat and these towers are the only protection the inhabitants have against the unforgiving environment outside. -- Oils on canvas with a knife.
Drawing Prompt Submission
A medieval "Steamtrooper".
Pen ad ink on Bristol paper. First i a series.
Brush and pen inking of a robot character. The 4th one in a series on Bristol paper.
The entire galaxy loves her, but she thinks that you are the real star. It doesn't matter who you are, where you come from, or what you look like, because her special third eye can see your inner beauty. The other two eyes need glasses, though.
Made in Clip Studio Paint with my own custom brushes.
Just a sketch about whales
I like to take my iPad out and experiment with no clear aim sometimes. Tonight's doodles led me to this glowing alien catlike creature. Used jingsketch's round render for most of it. If you think this is weird you should have seen the hippo. Enjoy!
Digital Painting with spen on galaxy note with autosketchbook #originalart #aristina.z
Kind of a style experiment. Took the elements from my 70's sci-fi book cover homage and remixed them in a more stylized, painterly way.
Done with Prismacolor Colored Pencil
I had an idea a while back of a space farmer whose only source of oxygen is the plants he farms, unfortunately they're all hallucinogenic