coloring is difficult
aaahhh do guts!!! i would love to see him in your style, i bet you’re gonna rock it
rn i’m doing some rough sketches just to get his appearance down! i really want to get him right because i can think of some interesting fanart concepts with him in, but he’s so hard to draw accurately
i’m not sure what it is giving me trouble, maybe the hair? i guess i just have to draw him a lot until i really pin him down
griffith is such a little shit, i loved ithe is, i’m enjoying berserk immensely so far
nah, it’s perfectly legit! there are so many versions anyway
oh thank goodness, i was worrying a little that i might have broken some sort of fanart convention. can you tell i know very little about musical fandoms and how they work, hahaha
i may be wrong but IS THIS ELISABETH?? pray tell me it is))
YES IT IS!!! i didn’t bother much to make the characters look too much like any of the people playing them in the musical though, because i am not very good at drawing real people likenesses. and i also didn’t really use any outfits from the musical, i just kind of made stuff up which is probably the wrong way to go about doing a fanart oops
i’m really excited to be drawing elisabeth fanart though, it’s refreshing to try something new!
wip!!! it’s finally beginning to start to look the way i want, after probably the fifth try or so. still have a lot of work to do on it though.
YAY! I think your women tend to have very expressive faces. I’m glad you’re doing some les mis art again, then again i love all of your drawings :)
really? WOW THANKS i feel like i tend to draw the same boring face over and over for all the women i draw so that’s good to hear. hopefully i will be doing some more les mis stuff again soon!
aaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh their faces are so great!!!
THANKS oh god i’m really out of practice at drawing any les mis characters now though ahaha. i’m glad it turned out fairly ok at least, i guess i have to get back into the swing of drawing them?
really glad you like the faces though, i’m trying to force myself to work on drawing more distinctive features and expressions.