She-Ra: Princess of Power
Why is Swift Wind pink?
Because this was scanned from the She-Ra Magazine (Spring 1986) which bases all of its images off the toy line and not the cartoon. You will note that She-Ra’s sword is also an odd shape - like the toy.
My complete Jungle Book series, based on several characters from Rudyard Kipling’s stories. This represents about a year’s worth of loving labor.
"Hannibal did this to me…"
My entry for the contest. Will and the stag were drawn in my sketchbook then scanned in to be combined into one piece. I would’ve liked to have had a little more time to plug away at everything because holy hell that deadline was the shortest ever am i right ANYWAYS WILL IN A STRAIGHT JACKET SESSY TIMES GUYS SEASON TWO GUYS ITS COMING ARE YOU READY IM SO EXCITED I KEEP WATCHING THE TRAILERS OVER AND OVER AND THERES AN ANNOUCEMENT COMING ON TUESDAY WHAT COULD IT BE?!?! ARGH! NBC BE GENTLE
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Of course you feel like they’re in a fantasy video game, they were modeled after traditional JRPG classes!
I just rediscovered some little ACEO cards for acrylics that I never used, and since I have no commissions lined up at the moment, I figured that I’d open up $10 portraits on these 2.5x3.5 cards. These will be finished up and shipped out in time for Christmas - perfect for stocking stuffers or as a treat for yourself.
I only have 5 slots for these acrylic cards, so it is first come first serve. Once these slots fill that’s it for acrylic cards, but I do have some bristol paper cards that can be done in ink only.
If you want to grab a slot, email me at email@example.com with your reference images. I can draw animals, humans, fantrolls, whatever you wish. Portraits only, no fullbody unless the character is very small and simple.
Act fast before they’re all gone!!
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I always suggest Kaiba to people whenever they want to watch something poignant. Despite the show’s sci-fi setting, it presents so many things that are quite relatable to people today. It shows the many joys, complications, and consequences that come with various human relationships. Kaiba even tackles issues such as discontent towards one’s body as well as people’s slavery to technology and trends.