Just a small little fan project featuring Senku and Kohaku from Dr. Stone. The idea came when I looked at the Kohaku figure on my bed table last week and just wondered what she would look like in a japanese school uniform. But of course if I did Kohaku I had to do Senku too. So here we are.
Just a fun little project to draw this cute little kid who I can’t help but smile and laugh at. Couldn’t really lock down a definitive look on her given hat she literally has a new outfit every episode, so I just went with the one that got an action figure.
More artwork featuring Kohaku from Dr. Stone, who is date the cutest anime girl I’ve laid eyes upon. She also gets bonus points of not just being a cut face a but a trained warrior. Anyway, I kinda just wanted to do a piece with her in her swimsuit and have an opportunity to play with the female body and practice curves. Oh and… I’m pretty excited for Dr. Stone Season 2.
So for those who are new I’ve got a small group of people over on Deviant Art that really love my fanart drawings of Sunset Shimmer from Equestria Girls. I’m not really objecting to it because I can’t help myself from drawing her a lot, maybe it’s the little figurine on my desk. Somehow the character just spurts up so much inspiration. Well this year I finally decided to make a Christmas picture for her after seeing so many for the past several years. Originally I was going to make dead on sexy, but thought that would confiscate her character. So I decided to just appeal to her slightly edgy side and give her a Santa biker outfit, note the gloves. Hopefully this picture brightens up some bronies holiday spirit.
This is a project I’ve had on the back rack for years but only just got around to it recently. Many of you may recognize this character as the Mask, made famous by the Jim Carrey movie from the 90’s. However this particular drawing is inspired by the original comics published by Dark Horse which are a much darker and somewhat more tragic story. The character in those comics was referred to as Big Head, and he didn’t necessarily have only one alter ego, rather the mask itself would fall to numerous people. Mainly it would come to people who were down on their luck and had built up repressed rage at the world around them. The mask would provide them immortality and god like cartoon powers which they would then use to unleash their rage at the world around them. It was a fantastically dark and violent tale about taking a joke too far which is why it’s one of my favorite graphic novels of all time, and I also have the sequels as well.
A repost of the latest fan art of Kohaku from Dr. Stone. I did this after reviving a criticism about the size of my faces and size of heads, I really noticed it on the old art I did of this character. So I decided to do another piece of the character to make amends.
It’s been a long time since I drew Spider-Gwen and I’m looking to expand my fan work portfolio with some more Marvel work. For this piece I decided to try something a bit different. Everytime I draw Gwen I’m always faced with the difficult choice of whether to do her with the mask or without, as I really like drawing both. This time I decided to do something combining the two to look like an epic comic cover. I seriously don’t know if anyone has ever done this before… meet EDGY Spider-Gwen.
So after I drew Izzy from Total Drama several weeks ago, somebody wanted me to draw her coiled by a snake, I actually really got into this piece given that it is totally in her character to enjoy the company of snakes.
So after working on Shadow and Metal Sonic, we finally have the blue blur himself, Sonic the Hedgehog. When making this piece, there was a lot of inspiration from the character’s past. First of all, the general look of the piece was inspired by Archie Sonic issue 3 in which Sonic and Tails had “zoomed” off the comic and then back on claiming that their comic was the one to buy. Also while working on this I added a blue hue to the piece which was inspired by the classic art of the Genesis which has always tried to look “futuristic” and “advanced. And of course, the general design with shades is inspired by Steve Butler from the original Archie comics (around the early post 100th issue) as are all the Sonic drawings that I do here. Anyway, hope everyone likes it.