Artwork of HP Lovecraft’s most famous creature, the ancient god of the old world Cthulu. This had been in my sketchbook since I drew HP Lovecraft himself (posted earlier this month), but I felt the sketch needed some work before becoming a full on drawing, so it took a little while longer to do. I actually just read the Call of Cthulu book a few weeks ago and really enjoyed the story and Lovecraft’s writing style, which helped with the drive needed to finish this.
I kinda wanted to go for the whole monster in the mist feeling, keeping giant Cthulu mostly in shadow against the bad storm, giving off the perspective of what those sailors on board are seeing. A giant mysterious creature that only spells their impending doom.
Anyway, hope you all like my lastest “masterpiece.”
Just a fun drawing of my animation crush Kohaku from Dr. Stone. I just can’t help but keep drawing her, she’s just so cute, adorable and real deva. I seriously hope to one day meet my “real life” Kohaku, someone as pretty and awesome as she is that will make me the happiest man in the world.
She’s actually drawn here on my real life porch, so there’s a bit of self insertion right here I might add. Hope everyone likes it.
Happy Halloween everyone, another year has come for treats, scares and fun. So as many of you should know, over here at Green Raptor Studios we LOVE Halloween. Every year we sharpen our pencils (digital pad really) and draw as many monster, horror and other fun stuff as we can. And of course there is always the finale, which in recent years is Kalwa related. This year we are bringing in a number of faces that we have met recently, mainly Kalwa’s dojo friends Izuha and Suzume. Kalwa’s already appeared in this outfit before as the Witch of Time, but now you get to see her friends join her for the witching hour, and of course the boys get to play the minions. HAPPY HALLOWEEN TO ALL, and join us next year for more Halloween fun.
Round three of our all Halloween Draw off is up everyone. This round we are bringing you the delayed Xenomorph, aka Alien, Jason Voorhees, and to add a little lightness, Dipper and Mabel Pines from Gravity Falls. This is our final round for this year’s draw off and the last of fanart. Next week on Halloween Day we will be uploading our finale for this year, so stay tuned for that. Meanwhile, I hope everyone enjoyed all we had to give this year!
Everyone’s dressing up for Halloween, our very own Kalwa included. She dyed her hair so she could be ,my true love, Kohaku from Dr. Stone. Those who follow should know I love drawing Kohaku, and even once had both Kalwa and Kohaku meet once before. So this was such a thrill to draw, especially with the opportunity to draw Kalwa with blonde hair. I actually had just gotten the Banpresto season 2 Kohakur figure for my anime figure collection so I had a lot of reference to go off of.
As we do every year, it’s the annual Halloween draw off. All month long I’ll be drawing monsters, dark things and just plain Halloween fun that involves both original and non-original characters. Here’s our first two drawings for the month, the Hatbox Ghost from Disney’s Haunted Mansion and Michael Keaton’s Batman from the 1989 classic. More awesome stuff on the way all month long!
A very complicated drawing of a Borg Drone. I’m not really much of a Star Trek fan, I do like the Next Generation and I’m quite fond of the characters Seven of Nine and Captain Janeway from Voyager, but not really a huge fan. I have however always liked the Borg, they’re so creepy and cool looking they really make the show fun. So here’s a random drone which was supposed to be a simple sketch but wound up becoming a lot more complicated. This isn’t based on any particular Borg from the show, and since Borg don’t have a uniformed look, this was kind of a “design as you go” project, which of course left me exhausted at the end of the day.
Finally I draw Ariel for Mer-May, probably the most famous Mermaid and I haven’t done her Mermay once! So here we are at last with Ariel herself, drawn in a more realistic style. I got real obsessive on this piece as the thumbnail I drew in my sketchbook had such a lovely face that I couldn’t replicate on the finished work, so wound up tracing the face onto the final piece.
After a long absence, Amber has finally returned this time with her first head headshot which I should note I haven’t done before. Took me a little while to draw her as I’m a bit rusty, having not drawn her in a while.