It's been roughly 3 months since I've become inactive, and ever since then I've been (hopefully) improving. I haven't been able to work on a lot, though, because my college tends to want me to make designs for (fictional) magazines, posters, banners,...
So, here's just some rough work of mine to show you where I stand today.
This thing was something experimental. The actual size of this thing is almost as big as me (1m 30 height, roughly 70 cms width). I first drew the skeleton with pencil, then used charcoal. I hate charcoal. My hands are black now. Blah.
I drew this yesterday. I made the neck longer, to emphasize her sexiness. It's kind of hidden, but the longer you stare at her, the more you'll notice it. She looks innocent, but is actually so seductive. Oh, the irony.
I think I showed the line-art for this one. I finally finished it.
Hsien-Ko, who stares down at the city of Tokyo in the 21st century from on top of a giant tower, after finally having revenged her mother. She remains in this world as a ghost, an eternal spirit. For those of you who played Dark Stalkers, you'll know what I mean.
Feel free to comment. Anything is welcome.