ratcreature: RatCreature as memesheep. (memesheep)
Compared to last time I did this, only a few people wanted to play (I guess I should look for memes not requiring any audience participation instead), but doing drawbles again was fun. It's been too long.

Anyway, my character list was:the list )

for isagel )

for lilacsigil )

for reginagiraffe )
ratcreature: RatCreature as memesheep. (memesheep)
This didn't really work so well. I didn't realize people would still stick with this question format that asks complicated things. Anyway, I did my best.

My character list )

for musesfool )

for marinarusalka )

for petra )

for reginagiraffe )

for tazlet )

for argosy )

for less_star )

for odditycollector )

for yahtzee63 )

for minnow1212 )

for trewestriandta )
ratcreature: Procrastination is a Lifestyle. RatCreature in a hammock doing nothing. (procrastination)
Because I'm procrastinating on my SGA Reverse Bang piece, I've decided to do a process post about my last fanart, the one for the Trek Reverse Bang. That painting took me a long time, and quite a lot of work spread out of over three months, and maybe some are interested how I get from the first idea to a finished painting.

image heavy )
ratcreature: RatCreature at the drawing board. (drawing)
Fandom: Star Trek Reboot
Characters/Pairings: James T. Kirk, Spock, Nyota Uhura, Leonard McCoy, T'Pau; the accompanying story is Kirk/Spock
Media used: pencil drawing, acrylic paint
Rating/warnings: G, none
Notes/comments: This was done for the [livejournal.com profile] trekreversebang challenge, and [livejournal.com profile] tinocka wrote a story, In Marsh and Desert, for this painting that you all should check out. [personal profile] astridv gave some helpful input on the perspective at the pencil stage, however any remaining problems are my fault. This is the first time I tried to just do a painting based on my pencils, rather than do inked lineart first, so it is somewhat of a deviation from my usual style. I hope it still works. The original painting is A3, and I included some hi-res details in addition to the screen sized picture to give a better impression of how it looks in reality. The thing took forever to paint, so I kind of want to show off the amount of work that went into it. (If anyone wants the whole image in 300dpi I can mail the file, but it's about 4.3mb.) ETA: I've made a process post about this painting.
Preview: preview of Trek Reverse Bang art
the image and two high resolution details are behind the cut )

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