Sunday, 6 January 2019

Walkman Friends

This is the first picture I drew in 2019. This year will be the year of Jesse the merman and Scott his surferdude buddy.
What music are they listening to? Maybe some 80s Mr Mister, Cutting Crew or the Producers.

Outlines: Pencil
Coloration: Adobe Photoshop Elements 4

Sunday, 23 December 2018

Sailor Moon & Luna

Holy Night, silent night…And now please turn on your Sailor Moon Christmas Soundtrack…yeah there really is one! The last real serious Sailor Moon fanart I’ve done was in 1998, but I always kept my love for Sailor Moon.
Outlines: Pencil
Coloration: Adobe Photoshop Elements 4 & 14

Saturday, 22 December 2018

Sunset time

Scott watching the sunset at the beach.
Outlines: Pencil
Coloration: Adobe Photoshop Elements 4 & 14

Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Pool Boys


Jesse the merman and his friend Scott relaxing in the pool.
Outlines: Pencil
Coloration: Adobe Photoshop Elements 14

Saturday, 12 May 2018

Jesse and Scott in the pool


I thought it was about time for a new header for all my social media accounts.
And I choose my original characters Jesse (left) and his best friend Scott (right) hanging out in the pool.

Outlines: pencil
Coloration: Photoshop Elements 14

Saturday, 9 December 2017

Bros on the beach


Chilling with Noct? Waterball with Prompto or cocktails with Ignis? What would you do?
Media: HB pencil on paper

Sunday, 26 November 2017

Prompto Portrait

It’s been a while since I drew any kind of semi realistic pencil portraits. About 7 years ago, so I’m a bit out of shape but eversince Final Fantasy 15 came out I just wanted to draw a pencil portrait that reflects the lovely character design by Square Enix which is realistic, but on the other hand still has lots of traces of those anime doll faces.

Prompto is wearing a different kind of a sleeveless Kingsglaive uniform, a special bandana and a chocobo medal, since, lets face it, after Noctis brought back the sun, he made his bro the official chocobo general!XD*LOL*

Media: Faber Castell HB Pencil on bristol paper