What time is it?
It’s time to doodle Carver and cry over him!
If he were real I would shower him in love and confidence boosters because I just have enough patience to put up with him and his nearly constant brooding.
I wonder how many people did read this book ^__^
wOW HOT A WHAT what a pretty fenny
Arthur Wardle (British, 1864-1949), Leopards on the Lookout. Oil on canvas, 102.6 x 76.8 cm.
Started inking these because I couldn’t wait to finish the snakes.
Those are looking so good. I can’t wait to see those snakes done!!
commission for dr-jekyl
can you guess them all? (answer’s on dA page)
it was fun working on this but i’m so super tired, i will never again draw an asari
(jk i will, probably tomorrow)
That Samara though….
God I love dagged sleeves. Almost as much as I love slashed ones. I just want to dag and slash everything I can get my hands on.
I’ve wanted Maleficent to be the first villain in the series for a while now, ever since I made the mental leap between Maleficent’s horns and 15th century horned hennins. The time period works out pretty well, actually, since I wanted her to look a little more dated than Aurora’s 1480’s getup- both houppelandes and horned hennins were all the rage during the early- to mid-1400’s, and they make for pretty good analogues to her official costuming. Sexy stuff.
This proves more than any of the previous pieces that these are adaptations, not improvements. I mean, look at the original Maleficent design- how does one improve on PERFECTION
Promise carved in stone.
Deeper than the sea.