Buffy was another show that I think I would have really liked but have only seen a few episodes because I didn’t get to watch a lot of tv growing up. Maybe too much teenage drama and 90’s fashion for me to watch now?
Commission Sketch – Copic Mulitliner on bristol paper 9×12″
Daenerys Targaryen – Copic Multiliners on bristol paper
I must admit that I only watched the first season of GoTs. While the show visually is very impressive I found that I didn’t really care about the characters and gave up. I’ve heard good things about the later seasons and can understand why its been so popular.
This is Daenerys at the start of her story, determined to find out who she is.
A scruffy flyboy to go with my space farmboy. Han Solo – Copic Multiliners on bristol paper
I still have a 2x $50 commission slots open for ink drawings like these. Artworks can be picked up from Supanova Melb (THIS WEEKEND!) or Oz Comic Con.
A very special ink drawing commission of Robert Smith from The Cure. I took inspiration from their album covers and music videos designing the motifs.
Copic Multiliners and Dr. Ph. Martin’s india ink on Bristol board.
If you are interested in commissioning a drawing email me – email@example.com
Example of my $50 Character Drawings I’m doing for Supanova Melbourne. I’m offering for the first time pre-show con sketches that can be picked up during the show. I do not do sketches while exhibiting at conventions. So if you are interested in a drawing from me email me to secure your spot. More details below:
A pair of art nouveau portrait commissions I had the pleasure of doing last month. They request Korra with water elements and Asami with mechanical elements highlighting their relationship. I’m really happy with their expressions looking at one another.
These drawings were done on separate 9 x 12″ bristol paper using Copic Multiliners.
Art Nouveau portrait of Xena Warrior Princess for my lovely friend’s birthday. I never got to watch the show (didn’t get to watch much tv growing up) but I think I would have liked it. Not sure about trying to watch it now…?
Copic Mulltiliners on 9 x12″ bristol paper
I started this piece as a Valentine. To all of the beautiful creative hearts, you are unstoppable, irrepressible, multifaceted and loved.
Ink & watercolor A3 cold pressed
Another different kind of portrait commissioned by my friend of him as his LARP/ Swordcraft character. He made most of his costume as well as his healer equipment himself.
Copic Multiliners on 9 x12″ bristol paper. For the the very fine details of the face and beard I had to use my smallest pen- 0.03 nib