Sunday, 25 October 2020

When you see my faces...

Once again I took some time to participate in the 29 Faces challenge. Paint 29 faces during the month of September. I don't think I have ever managed 29 faces in the years I have taken part in the challenge, but it does get me painting. So here are the ones I did this time around.
I have been asked on several occasions why I only paint men. Not something I ever thought about until it was pointed out to me. Well, I'm not one for binary gender constructs, but here is a bunch of ladies... or are they? Who knows? Who cares? Be who you are and be happy! :-D

Wednesday, 16 September 2020

When you see my face...


Raleigh Samson

Raleigh Samson

... hope it gives you hell! (Samson to Cullen at some point, probably.)

Hokay.... so between a wisdom tooth on the move, commissions and day job, I'm also doing the 29 Faces challenge for September. Of which I will post more faces later. but for now, here's my take on Dragon Age character Raleigh Samson, looking dishevelled and suffering from Lyrium withdrawal. His tale is a sad one indeed. It all happened because I came across the actor Jared Bankens and thought he kinda had a Samson vibe to him and because my wisdom tooth was driving me crazy.

Sunday, 30 August 2020

John Shepard

Commander John Shepard - retired

Of course he lived... and then he got to spend his happily ever after with his significant other. That's what happened. :-)

Thursday, 21 May 2020

Beards and pockets

Linden with pockets
Fancied painting a beard and some more Asian inspired clothing, so here's a little sketch of my trainer Linden with his hands in his pockets. :-)

Saturday, 16 May 2020

Pretty as a petal

Hadn’t painted my elf Freyn for a while. His face is as always based on delightful Colin Morgan, as per request by one of my very good friends who is a huge Merlin fan and suggested I use him. They thought he’d make a good elf, and they were right. :-)

Wednesday, 8 April 2020

Hakuna Matata

So, I'm doing the 'give me six characters to make fanart of' thing, and I've had some brilliant suggestion so far. This is the first painting of the challenge and it's actually two requests rolled into one as I was asked if i could do Scar from the Lion King and Jeremy Irons. Watch me gleefully rub my hands together. It also flagged up the fact that the last time I drew Jeremy Irons was before I even hit my teens. Shame on me. I love him and he's beautiful.