"Cultivate your hunger before you idealize. Motivate your anger to make them all realize. Climbing the mountain, never coming down. Break into the contents, never falling down."
Naruto drawing from my sketchbook, took it into photoshop and added highlights. I don't have a scanner right now, so I took a picture of it.
Watercolor & Ink
Remember when MTV still had stuff worth watching?
Here's my rendition of Daria Morgendorffer and Jane Lane.
Plus, a little homage to the late Mark E. Smith of the post-punk band The Fall.
Prints for sale @ etsy.com/shop/DrawingsByLucia.
This is inspired by the expired stuff we find in the fridge more often than I’d like to admit. Plus I just had to draw sardines because my brain made me.
I’m sorry for not uploading for the past few weeks... I’ve been busy. But here you go!
Mixed media acrylic
Drawn in Procreate
Acrylic on canvas
This is part of my daily Sketchgrind day 21. Careful opening them chests! you are in danger of getting a chest infection, like me I am a slobbering monster and can't get rid of it. Remember prevention is better than the cure - keep healthy and have some lemons.
Watched the Lego movie with my nephew
The Orks, also called Greenskins, are a savage, warlike, green-skinned race of humanoids who are spread all across the Milky Way Galaxy. They share many features with Warhammer Fantasy Orcs (and were initially called "Space Orcs" to distinguish them). They are seen by their enemies (pretty much everyone else in the universe) as savage, warlike, and crude, but they are the most successful species in the whole galaxy, outnumbering possibly every other intelligent race, even Mankind (with the very plausible exception of the Tyranids).
Forgot to upload this yesterday! Currently a WIP line art of C.C. from Code Geass.
Prints available here: https://www.deviantart.com/epicwarriorgirl/art/10-11-5-16-5-24-20-6-11-19-16-4-13-7-19-13-11-22-1-790721909
Inktense blocks. This is one of a whole series of portraits I've done of people's selfies with a galaxy background. My goal with the series is to show just how beautiful and powerful and Universal selfies are. Selfies are a valuable tool in self-love and self-acceptance. We take photos of all the things we love, but so often leave ourselves out. We all struggle to accept our own skins, and often give up, but as Carl Sagan said, "We are made of starstuff," and we are all worth photographing.
Imaginary Friend Drawing Challenge