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Warrior Woman

March 24, 2017

Warrior woman

Sketch for a character challenge.

Can’t wait for spring

March 17, 2017

can't wait for spring

I don’t really like cold weather so I can’t wait for spring and warm weather. Even though there’s pollen it’s so pretty I can’t help but love that time of year.

March of Robots

March 3, 2017

march-of-robots

This March.  Of robots.

I’m participating in another one of those crazy month long challenges. This time it’s a month of robot sketches. I’ve been making a lot of steampunk illustrations so it was only a matter of time before I delved into the world of automatons. I’ve started in pencil so I’ll just keep using that.

If you’re interested to see where these go, I’ll but updating all month at Jauntycat Art on Instagram.

More about the March of Robots challenge.

Knitting Girl

February 18, 2017

knitting

In ink and acrylic wash.

Sketch for a Painting

January 12, 2017

bad-news

A section of my newest painting.

Steampunk Illustrations

August 20, 2016

Steampunk portrait

Steampunk Mercenary

 

This week I drew a couple of character illustrations. I didn’t intend to draw both steampunk but I have it in my system so I’m going to roll with it.

Cyborg Little Red Ridinghood

July 7, 2016

cyborg ridinghood final

My finished entry for the 404th character of the week challenge on conceptart.org. The challenge was that in the future people still tell their children bedtime stories of old but with a twist to keep up with the “modern” times. As soon as I saw the post I knew I had to do it since it’s right up my alley.

The challenge specifics were, it had to be sci-fi, a child younger than 13, and at least half organic, not a robot. Obviously she needed a cloak or cape of some sort and the other entries were very interesting in that regard. Resisting the sweet beckoning to do a grimy post-apocalypic hell hole version, I did a clean retro futuristic version instead. I’m proud of myself for not going into Mad Max territory. Since it was a character design challenge I focused on making the design as obvious as I could. I gotta say, this challenge was really really fun, glad I did it.

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