Finished up this little guy for ArtOrder's Tiny Dragons call for art. Tried hard to keep the value structure strong and intact this time around. 8x8", created with my usual mess of colored pencil, ink, watercolor, and a little bit of gouache on hotpress watercolor paper
And WOW HELLO, loads of new folks here since the last time I checked in! I'm Katie/Rowkey, hopping around the US and trying to find my place in the illustration world- currently doing a mixed bag of freelance work and convention dealing. Around here you'll probably see me yelling about mushrooms, cemeteries, orcs, and fountain pen inks. 👍
Did a quick census of the dubia roaches and, including mine and the gecko's, there are approximately 518 legs in my room right now. 👢👢👢
Ooof. Trying to get back into the habit of posting more, everywhere. Tell me, Mastodon: who have you followed here lately? Who oughta have more eyes on 'em? 👀
It's rush hour in the megacity, everyone's trying to get places in their flying cars.
As much as I'd like to continue with this, I already spent a whole day making it and I just don't wanna fight blender 2.8 in it's alpha state any more. So here it is, as is!
It's a small and cute time where you can seek out random peoples' characters and draw the heck out of 'em
here's the very first iteration of this idea, fun to see how poses, weight, and shape changed along the way, Next step'll be making these two come to life with pencils!
(this would all make way more sense if I had a vivarium of some kind, but NOPE, I've just got isopods now)
Impulse-bought some isopods at a reptile expo I was helping at a few weeks ago and I...adore them. 😭
These are an orange morph of Porcellio scaber. I have some wild-caught Armadillidium in another bin, but I'm eyeing so many other species online......
Drawing critters you might find under logs. twitter.com/sherowkey + katiethierolf.com
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