Moar stuff from my sketch book. This one is actually super old from 2 years ago.
I think if a psychiatrist looked through my sketch books, I would be locked up in an asylum…
Some of you might recognize this character from Project: WE If you're wondering what happened to Project: WE, it's been put on hold because my other projects are more relevant to current events and I want to finish Knite and Fisheye Placebo while my research hasn't gone obsolete.
Other works: Drawn on paper with pencil, color added in Photoshop
Well, I can't be sure, but the amount of *cough* human/xenomorph "interaction" *cough* might merit a visit to a psychologist's office... but I think that's what happens when you get too creative, have too much free time, and, well, Internet.
Nobody should be snooping through a rather seems to be demented artist anyways. I have many incidents at my school where people try to look through my sketchbooks. May I remind them that it is not only a sketchbook, but a rather effective weapon of choice, just saying......... XDDDDDD
I love the way you colored her eye and only her eye. I also admire the brilliance of the color and elegance and grace of the character. (p.s. sorry for clogging you deviant messages from all the faves XD)
You statement 'I think if a psychiatrist looked through my sketch books, I would be locked up in an asylum,' made me think that your work is so unique that yes, a psychiatrist would think locking you up in an asylum would help you, but to your DA fans, it would crush your imagination and honesty that seems to be implied in your art.
I'm gonna favorite this one just because of your comment about getting locked up in an asylum over your sketchbook. No, I really like this. I can never get a motion pose right in my sketchbook. It usually doesn't start to come out until it's been scanned and re-drawn a few times. My sketchbook only gets ideas. . . . If I could just sketch it like this!