Pretty sure draculas can change into wolves, right?
What I want to do: orange staring pigeon eyes, pigeon iridescence on neck. Not sure if I want ratty or fangy teeth or not. Want to turn upper-right one into a color study sometime, we’ll see. Looks a little like Red XIII to me, but I’ve never played that game
Ink and pencil shape doodle.
Last week we entered one of the VA hospital’s many waiting rooms alongside a delightfully shaggy service dog. While we were waiting for our number to be called, it began making this squeaky-hinge whine.
I figure the VA’s gotta be pretty bad if even a service dog finds it unbearable.
My husband urged me to give the sketch to the dog’s owner. I was terrified she would think I was making fun of her dog (because I am, by volume, made up of 80% anxiety). But after taking some photos so I could post it, I let him give it to her.
To my surprise, the dog’s owner came up to me afterwards and was totally delighted. She even said she was going to frame it!
A Frenchie painted with one brush in Krita. My research sketches will be posted this coming week, but for now this is what my brain picked up.
Krita says I only spent 20 minutes on it but I think it must have been a little longer. Unless I’m getting faster?!??
My tablet pressure sensitivity died and I didn’t want to restart, hence big ugly lines. Test for my upcoming novella cover, just to see how layering colors and textures work in Krita.
Reference image: workout instructor Jessica Smith’s famous Frenchie, Peanut!
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