Creator "Niko and the Sword of Light" . Animator/Illustrator from Toronto
I specialize in 2d, animation, character design, childrens illustration, doodles, doodling, drawing, illustration, pen and ink, photoshop, quirky doo, storyboarding, whimsical illustration.
Ink and crayons on paper
Saw a picture of a dachshund wrapped in a cola label and thought it was cute :)
Mermay Day 23: Encourage hes like super sure he CAN do it, but maybe he doesn't need to PROVE he can do it... you know. maybe just knowing is enough....
Pencil/Colored Pencils Drawing
5.8 x 8.3 inch, ink
Melusine is a spirit of fresh water, often depicted as a woman who is a serpent or fish from waist down in the European folklore. She is also illustrated with wings, two tails or both. A tale says that Melusine is a daughter of a fairy named Presseyne and Elynas, the King of Albany. There is a condition between this union of a fairy and a mortal, that he must never enter her chamber when she birthed or bathed her children. One day the king broke his promise causing Presseyne and her children left him. The same pattern appears in other stories where Melusine marries a nobleman only after he promised to give her privacy in her bath and each time she leaves him after he breaks that oath.
Side note: Melusine got the most complex composition among the series. I kept changing the composition and her facial expressions to illustrate a first person view of Melusine's husband which he discovers her true form. This is the final installment of the Mermay series. I gotta say, these old tales are much more fascinating than the Little Mermaid.
London - from the bar on level 6 of tate modern and from inside borough market
Starting a new sketchbook but that dreaded Blank Page is mocking my hopes and dreams again...seems the only way to beat it is to doodle about it and laugh....")
I did these sketches a couple of weeks ago in and around Fort Bragg, California, a town on Highway 1 on the coast between San Francisco and Eureka, California, about 3 1/2 hours south of where we live.
Ian Dury - Blockhead. A hero of mine
Sketchy News Drawing Challenge