Songs and Shadows

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I finally finished the second Masquerada Fan Art I made. It has some perspective issues, but at least I managed to finish it as well… I am still not confident working on paper this large.

Watercolour and Copic on Paper.

The Stormlight Archive – Dalinar and Navani

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If it be your will
That I speak no more
And my voice be still
As it was before
I will speak no more
I shall abide until
I am spoken for
If it be your will

Dalinar and Navani Kholin, from the Stormlight Archive. I have yet to find a song that fits them better than Leonard Cohen’s If it be you will.

Ink and Watercolour

No Shepard without Vakarian

 

 

With Mass Effect Andromeda coming out this month, I think back to the triology ands its charakters. I’m going to miss Shepard and her crew.

Masquerada: Songs and Shadows

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Masquerada: Songs and Shadows released two weeks ago, and it’s an amazing storytelling experience! The game is not flawless, but I enjoyed it from the first to the last moment, especially the detailed world building and the diverse cast with their convincing voice-acting. And it inspired me to paint. It also makes me want to cosplay, which puts one more costume on my want-to-make list.

The painting is in gouache on Chinese paper, which is quite different from my usual watercolour workflow.

The Second Dream

 

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I am awake. Remembering everything.

I was in doubt. But no more.

I am the child-queen of war. I am the hero you are afraid of. Your last hope. Your doom. I am both tainted and pure. There can be beauty in cruelty.

Only one doubt remains:

Am I capable of feeling love?

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First Sketchbook finished

I finished my first sketchbook about a week ago. And since I take photos of what I scribble most times, I decided to pick the nicest of them an put them in a scribble Gallery.

... in adult Sherlock's Clothes
Little Sherlock – in adult Sherlock’s Clothes

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Elven Betrothal: Elassar and Indhoriel

I made this for a letter I wanted to send.  It started out as a watercolour painting, but when I was half way finished I looked at the faces and thought It does not look like the people I am trying to portray at all. So I scanned it, edited it in photoshop with help of Photographs taken by Daniel Schmitt. Then I printed it again, edited some smaller details and sent it away to be done with it.

Somehow I now dug it up again and finished it in Photoshop.

Indoriel Elassar