I have a volume of Card Captor Sakura that is falling apart, and the two-page spread of when The Flower first appears is loose now, so I decided to color it with colored pencils. This is a photocopy, though, since I want to try out different color combos.
I’m bad at remembering what the chakras represent, so I made little cards to help me remember (they’re just black sticky notes without the sticky). It took me about a week and a half to make draw them, using colored pencil. The designs are not my own – they were made by phong and are available royalty-free.
Remember my panda? Here s/he is again, all digitized and pretty,
and for sale.
Below are the sketch and colored pencil versions.
Angenia also makes what I assume are colored pencil drawings (with white paint dots). She recently started selling t-shirts with her artwork on them. What’s really neat is when you see her artwork side-by-side with its corresponding clay work.
I’m happy to see artworks like this be popular, because they’re similar to what I like to draw – a person (or humanoid) with little to no background, looking nifty and cute.
Please visit Angenia’s Deviant Art page to see all of her gorgeous clay creations in detail!
I don’t do landscapes. I don’t really have access to the kind of breath-taking, dramatic vistas that make for good artworks, and I have no idea how to make an everyday landscape look interesting. Hayes Roberts doesn’t have that problem. Not only will he slap a dinosaur in there, he also makes up neat-looking buildings.