This is the first in an Elegant Gothic Lolita styled series inspired by women in history who’ve gained some level of fame, or infamy, depending on who their story is told by.
I’m not all that happy with
some a lot of my older work. I thought my Mary Poppins turned out somewhat decently, though (it’s okay to say you like your old art!). I wanted to go back and revisit it, so for last night’s “2 hour drawing”, I finished it up a little bit more by making some minor corrections and painting in a backdrop.
I enjoy watching The Murdoch Mysteries (“The Artful Detective” to the Yanks). It’s not gritty or realistic or overly dramatic, but it’s well-done, the characters are interesting and it’s entertaining over all. Much of the appeal for me is also that it’s set in Victorian/Edwardian era Toronto.
A 2 hour sketch in Clip Studio Paint to celebrate the first polar vortex of the season!
Between Sims 4 and suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome and a bad back, I haven’t been drawing much. I wanted to get a whole slew of stuff done for the holidays, but that probably isn’t going to happen.
A lot of my days are still spent playing World of Warcraft, so I’m still drawing a lot of inspiration from it. When I got into Warlords of Draenor expansion, I had an amazing time leveling, mostly because of the quest story lines and how they flowed so nicely. We were introduced to Yrel in that first mission in the Tanaan Jungle. She isn’t my favourite character … I’m not too drawn into Mary Sue types, but I’ll admit she is kind of badass.