Through my work we were recently loaned an authentic WWII Japanese captured flag. It is probably one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen, and it was an honor to handle it. I can only imagine who the brave souls who brushed their names and sentiments on this flag are, and what happened to them, and how this flag became captured. Rest well, souls of another time. Rest well.
SO most people nowadays know me for making props and costumes, but in reality, I have a tendency to shift focus between drawing/illustration and 3d/tangible props every 2-3 years or so. The 2d shift is like, 5 years overdue, though drawing up blueprints (slightly) stems the urge. Not by much though.
Here’s a quickie of some random suave bastard I rubbed out after watching GoT for the first time (used to be HBOless, BUT NOT ANYMORE), researching LotR leather stuff, and playing MTG: Planeswalker on Xbox (amazing art everywhere). Noone in particular.
(If he was in GoT he’d be dead by episode’s end ;p )
2 screwdrivers + 5 min + hair fetish +pencil =this
name suggestions welcome!
So glad you are drawing again! I just look at him and think of the name Orlando. He’s suave, rugged, but also a lover.
So I was looking around for cosplay reference of the female version of the studded armor in Skyrim, to see if anyone might have tips on how to make it. What do I find? When a company like Bethesda gives use armor with a difference for male and female, they mostly keep it practical. Aside from mods…
I couldn’t agree more. I don’t feel comfortable in revealing clothing, and was glad that in the non-modded Skyrim there were so many practical options and not bikini girls running around compared to boys who were in full suits of armor. I’m currently working on a female version of the studded armor (almost finished!) that I would love to share with you.