I drew this Earth Giant back in January of 2019. Mostly to play with shadows and inks.
Today’s sketch: Krampus!
I drew this back in 2017 to play with shadows and composition.
Now this is available on my shop – $10, free shipping during September!
Check it out at kelcidcrawford.storenvy.com.
This is part of a celebration I’m doing called Sketchtember. Everyday this month I’ll post a new sketch for sale on Storenvy. Each sketch will be $10 (with free shipping). So support an indie artist and the post office!
Wynd the Wise Woman here was drawn back in 2016 for a Dungeons & Dragons campaign I ran.
I drew her with Copic markers, fine line brush pens, and Strathmore sketchbook paper.
Today’s Throwback Thursday is going to reveal how much of an absolute hipster I am. Because here’s why I drew Phoenix from X-Men:
I’ve never read the comics that featured Phoenix. I only ever saw X-Men 3 for context for who Phoenix is. (And looking back on it, X-Men 3 wasn’t that good).
I drew Phoenix because of the aesthetic.
I wanted to play around with shadows and light on a superhero figure, and this sketch was the result. This was drawn back in 2013, so I’ve improved since then.
But yep – I’m a freakin’ hipster. Only hipsters would draw a character because they looked cool, not because of anything actually pertaining to the character.
So please forgive 2013 me.
Still, I wanted to share this so a) you could learn from my mistake, and b) because I’m actually pretty pleased with how this sketch came out.
If I ever do a redraw of this, I would change the character to someone whom I actually know and like.
Today’s Throwback Thursday features Claire and Tracy.
These two starred in a story called Traveler’s Road. Unfortunately, the project has been shelved, and probably indefinitely, by the looks of it.
Why? Well, no matter how many chapter I wrote for the thing, they never came out right. So, the project is shelved.
Still, some good art came from it. Like this piece.
This will likely be the last hi-res download on Ko-Fi, because it will be for written works only moving forward.