It's been a while, but here is another quick abstract landscape I painted to fend off the anxiety.

Another finished illustration, yay!
Not 100% happy but what counts is that it's finished and I have practiced painting on tinted paper.

Something a bit more experimental: alcohol based markers on green paper.
Green is a terrible color to paint with: mixing yellow and blue is much better, but I am OK with how this turned out.

A bit messy, but overall I am happy with it.
It's good to keep up with the "finish what you started" mindset.

This one is really hard to capture because of the glare (I really need to set up my scanner).
I am not 100% happy with it, but I am continuing with the "finish what you started" philosophy.

The pros of being home ill.
I am not sure I am happy about this but I trying to stick to the "finish what you started" philosophy.

I have been enjoying painting abstract landscapes with markers recently.

Trying something different to cheer myself up with markers on moleskine watercolour paper.

My D&D character: a human blacksmith with dwarven ancestors. She is a cleric of the forge.
She is strong and wise, but not very smart, hence the confident smile while she's trapped in Barovia.

I found this WIP in my old laptop.
I think I'd like to give her a more imaginative outfit and finish this illustration.


Autumn: a big sweater, a cup of tea, and a big window to watch the rain fall.

I love trees, they are beautiful, with their organic, perfect shapes.

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