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Showtime!!

I got a few photos of my work stashed away in my Facebook album, poor things D:

Finally, curtain call~ starts!

A desert scene or of the Wild West

Ahh, it’s Shiki, lovely Shiki~

A young lady (Italian?) is meeting her boyfriend’s parents.. The sketch of the body is well proportioned compared to my past drawings.

Ichigo—A ballerina in-training, actually drawn to be 4-6 years old but I made changes so she looks around eleven to twelve years old.

I wanted to draw a face filled with horror after watching her parents was murdered but I ended up drawing this young lady, leading her people to a new land of peace and productivity where they can prosper.

Ah, my admiration for this is unbelievable. I couldn’t believe that I drew this. I wanted to copy or re-adapt a sketch I made on a rough piece of paper into my sketch book but it ended with a strong-willed young girl, deciding her future to move along a new path. Strongly influenced by Aki Yoshino’s artwork.

I wanted to draw something for a contest in DeviantArt (in which the sketch on the rough piece of paper was involved…) I made another attempt to draw a warrior or somewhat rank in an online RPG world.

I hope it has the spirit of a warrior.

Last but not least, a little picture of a flower.

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First watercoloured drawing.

My first(ever!) drawing that I attempted to watercolour it. I doodled this character out of nowhere when I was waiting for my teacher to arrive.

I was stressed out when I need to hand-in a full 3 page essay on how to restore our country’s sporting glory so I just thought of colouring this and play around with it.

I never attempted this before but having a new small sized brush really helped with this watercoloured drawing.

I present you these photos!

That’s all for now! I’ve tests coming up next week with a 3-page essay due in the morning (I have yet to even start with the 2nd paragraph..) so I’ll be offline for a bit~

See you all next time!

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