Messing around with 20s-30s fashion. Girl on the right was supposed to be @marianrosarum’s Mei-Xing but didn’t really turn out how I wanted ahah. Others are pictures off fabgabs etsy store.
Month: April 2013
It is my favorite metaphorical canyon wren’s birthday today, so I drew them a thing. Hope you have a very decent birthday, my friend.
I added a bit of color in a vague attempt at ‘washed-out watercolor’ because I don’t currently have access to a scanner or daylight, and no amount of photoshopping was going to fix that. Not sure if it improved…anything. Lawl.
Eee, I got a thing!
So there’s a promo for Creative Cloud up until tomorrow that gives you a 40% discount for a year. I’m trying it out, since I realized not only is CS fucking expensive, but if I want to be able to use it on my laptop or desktop, I’d have to buy both a Mac version and a Windows version, unless I do the Creative Cloud, which is double the extravagantly expensive.
Anyway, so I half-assedly colored this sketch of Anadh to test out the new PS. I am not entirely understanding what they’ve done to the brushes, but I kinda like the airbrush(?) that I tested.
coerulescens said: I love that even though it’s a totally different feel/genre, Hannibal still has that Fuller aesthetic. Also, I wasn’t sure about it from the pilot, but liked it more after the second episode, so here’s hoping the upward trend continues.
Partly, I just do not like the story/idea of Hannibal much? Sort of weird given I’m generally into crime drama and stories about serial killers, but even though it’s intriguing, I get a little turned off by engaging with it as entertainment. Maybe similarly to the way I can’t deal with the Hunger Games fandom, although in this case I feel weird even enjoying reading/watching the story. Because on the surface I should love this show– it’s pretty and intriguing and doesn’t immediately make me go “WTF none of this makes sense” or handling anything/anyone’s character poorly, but I’m still really on the fence.
ETA: On the other hand, I really like Mads Mikkelsen’s face. It’s interesting.
I’m not even sure I like this show, but I really liked the lighting in the scene where they were talking together in the hotel room. So there you go.
Old art again, pictures of Giselle (and whoever else random got into that one page of notes).
You must be logged in to post a comment.