Here’s an illustration of Corrin from Fire Emblem Fates doing a cute lil’ pose where she’s trying to look intimidating!
I did an illustration of a lady with fashion inspired by the Garden Tiger Moth! I really like the coat/poncho thing she wears that makes it look like she has wings.
I created an illustration of the Digimon Terriermon and Lopmon! I created this piece since their colour schemes reminded me of desserts!
I have created a collage piece inspired by a quote from Terry Pratchett! The whole thing is made with a mix of washi tape, tea stained paper, coloured paper, ink on paper, gold paint, scraps of ribbon and sharpie. The one thing I wish I could have redone was the text around the canvas, I made a lot of mistakes and tried to cover them with paint.
Like my Kitsune canvas piece, I hope to someday create a digital version of this piece.
This is an illustration of the RWBY cast in a simplistic block style! I will be selling bookmark designs of this at upcoming conventions and on my etsy! https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/587055356/rwby-bookmark
This design is also available on my redbubble! https://www.redbubble.com/people/beccaphant/works/30835959-rwby-block-design
Sorry for late post, I had some computer problems last week so I couldn’t submit my new illustration! I have illustrated Deku from the manga series My Hero Academia! I tried to go for a graphic novel style where the shading is represented with dots. It came out differently that I expected but I am still satisfied with the results!
I have finally finished my illustration of Niles from Fire Emblem Fates! My motivation has been all over the place this month, I started this way back December! I hope for the next project I work on won’t take as long.
I had a lot of fun making this! This is a piece inspired by the mythical creature, the Kitsune. In many folklore, Kitsune are known to disguise as a pretty lady to try to either trick others or to repay a favour to someone by being a loyal companion to list some examples.
The piece I made used washi tape, stickers, gold paint, watercolours, tea stained paper and random pieces of patterned paper. I’m pretty happy with the results. I may someday do a digital version of this piece…