The Owl House in Action

I finally finished it all. So I started this series last year but got WAY OFF from finishing. Online I’ve kinda become an Owl House artist on other sites, in fact a facebook group kinda gave me a lot of exposure as an artist. When drawing the Owl House (or anything) my goal is to ultimately leave a mark on what I’m drawing. I can to add my own unique touch to everything I do so people will know that I did that and it doesn’t look like just anyone else drew it.

This series here was meant to add a more action/ anime like touch to the Owl House characters, portraying the characters in a more dynamic like fashion. Luz, Amity and Hunter were completed last year I think, but then I got off task and did other projects and other Owl House drawings. I just recently finished Vee, Willow and Gus since the rest of the month will probably be spent packing for a big move and I wanted this series finished before the series finale in early April. So here’s the WHOLE series of characters all on full display!!!!

Thomas Character Art

Artwork of Thomas who is a young detective from my comic Kalwa, he initially debuted in the Whitechappel arch as a detective hired by the police to catch the infamous Jack the Ripper. Throughout the story he and Kalwa both work on their own investigations of the Ripper, but they do meet up in the end.

More information on this character can be found over on our sister site, Kalwa Webcomic, starting in CHAPTER 16!

Victor Slaying

I’ve been trying to branch out a little bit and do more illustrations of other characters from the Kalwa series other than just Kalwa herself. I first started with Toshiro and Miki a few weeks ago. So right now I’m bringing you Victor, the “original” Jack the Ripper killer who first encountered Kalwa in chapter 18 before mentally scarring her in the next chapter. I actually really felt like doing this drawing now at a time when the weather was cold, as the original Whitechappel murders happened around winter time. Even though the final one was in early November, Whitechappel was on edge throughout the Christmas season, so I was hoping to replicate a little of that feeling this season with this image right here. I had actually been watching the 1984 version of a Christmas Carol and took a lot of inspiration from the atmosphere created by the Ghost of Christmas Future, it’s how I decided to give a chilling atmosphere to this piece.

And to see this creepy guy in action, check out Kalwa Chapter 19 at THIS LINK