My character from a side-game to our usual weekly Pathfinder shenanigans. He’s a hobgoblin rogue/ninja, he might look off if you’re used to traditional D&D/Pathfinder hobgoblins, but we have our own very extensive lore concerning hobgoblins.
Grabbed a dusty sketchbook from under my table to get some paper for my kid to art on, and found this unfinished drawing inside. I totally forgot about this, it’s a hug sketchbook that I only used once, on an art retreat almost five years ago. I definitely remember intending to finish this drawing, lol. Also, this is a huge book, the reference photo is on 8.5×11 paper.
So I just added these two original Copic Sketches and and three new prints to my Art Store, you should buy them. BUY ALL THE THINGS! (from my art store) sketchymcdrawpants.storenvy.com/
Convention Sketches I (poorly photographed)
Some steampunk versions of comic book characters that I was asked to draw at cons.
One of the best openings to an animated series ever. From Batman: The Animated series (duh)
So effing fantastic.
Poison Ivy by Olivier Coipel
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Don’t touch that please, your primitive intellect wouldn’t understand alloys and compositions and things with… molecular structures
Bela Lugosi is always the first person I think of when someone says “Dracula”; His creepy-ass stare and his weird delivery of lines are just so iconic. Here’s some Dracula (1931) trivia: Vampire fangs were never shown in the film, and neither was the distinctive two teeth-mark bite mark.