NSFW version below the cut. Inspired by a Gil Elvgren pin-up drawing
The first two steps of creating a simple poster for a D&D campaign.
I picked up Inhuman collection volume 1 tonight to read and I’m a huuuuuge Dante Pertuz/Inferno fan. So I couldn’t help but draw him up real quick tonight. Did this in about an hour but I might do something more involved with him later. Definitely need to once I learn how to color fire effects.
Been working on some redesign ideas, trying to figure out a good “superhero costume” sort of idea for Markos. Something to replace that duster.
Starting a redesign of Markos. The more I thought about it, the less I liked the duster. The Sparrow is supposed to be a superhero comic, and I think I should be designing with some superhero tropes in mind. I don’t want to go full-on spandex and tights, but I do want the characters’ appearances
Here are the links to my proposal for my Life of Genji Improbable Monument project The Proposal The presentation Google Maps location
Some images for my Art 330 final project Other things to add: Explanation of the technology Sample men’s costumes What staff would be required to maintain and run the monument Purpose and connection of the Buddhist beliefs to the monument (provide context) Purpose of actors Budget breakdown
The Heian era was one of the brightest periods of Japanese history. The era marked a flourishing of Japanese court life. Art, poetry, religion, astrology, and culture thrived in the capital at Heian-kyo. It is from the Heian period that we received such works as Murasaki Shikibu’s Tale of Genji, often argued as the first novel ever