I drew some girls throwing Kamehameha waves today this is one of them
Some design samples based around various themes with little title cards added for fun.
"Phantonauts" - Collection of nautical spirits wandering the seven seas aboard the Flying Dutchman.
"The Great Escapo" - Failing magician/escape artist with a dis-interested assistant and rabbit holding his act together.
"Junior Citizens" - see previous poster here
'Blast off into an adventure that’s out of this world! Trouble begins above the planet designated Europa Nova. Vapour miners have been mysteriously disappearing en route to planet’s surface. The Administrator has placed the satellite in lock down until a Homeland Agent can investigate. When the agent himself goes missing, it’s up to two teenage cosmonauts to discover this sinister plot. Aided by the hyper-intelligent simian, Rutherford, and their trusted Spacebot M156 (“Murphy”), the JUNIOR CITIZENS must solve the case before time runs out!’
Contemporary Art Week!
An ancient band of Desi Airbenders. For irresistible-revolution.
I think over time, the Raava/Vaatu tattoos fazed out as the spirits became less and less of a presence in the material world.
Some original art for a change… it has no official title yet.
Contemporary Art Week!
I think a lot of fans of Epic or High Fantasy tend to have a series that’s “their” series…the one the ends up setting the bar for the rest of their fandom adventures. For me, it was always Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time. I read the first book, The Eye of the World, sometime in 1991 and that was pretty much it for me.
Although it has plenty of flaws, it stands apart from a lot of medieval fantasy settings in that it’s a loosely medieval-ish world, not an endless Europe that goes on and on for thousands of miles. There are very specific nations and cultures at work in the main setting continent (as well as the “other” continent), and there are also in-universe races and cultures associated with nations, with aspects of various historical world fashions, social mores, myths, and even bric-a-brac chosen from a world setting, rather than creating a dichotomy of red-haired white people versus blonde-haired white people and other common fantasy tropes.
Although many of the characters can be read ambiguously in regard to appearance, Gallagher’s character designs are among my favorites, and generally faithful to the text descriptions.
Some sketches of me and Bee’s literature magical girls! Well, two of them anyway.
Dora (History) and Lamees (Mystery) were in a relationship once and it was really nice. Now they act like a dysfunctional married couple.
They’re secretly still nuts about each other but you know.
I want these fuckers to get married already. The world needs more genderqueer black/desi couples
More adventures in knitting! Our brave adventurer defeats the dark necromancer, and rips the birthday sweater knitted by her aunt.
And of course neither of them can hold their own in a sword fight worth a darn—one is a teenage farmgirl hero and the other is a pile of reanimated bones without any muscle to speak of.
Here is Kunigunde, my gnome warlock