Saturday, June 30, 2012

Red Girl

Actually the things I wanted to show here were the shoes. (It looks like I failed to make the shoes as the attention-grabber in this picture.. =.=) I fell in love with a pair of red ankle gladiator shoes at the time. I let them stay in the shop till they're gone because a) they didn't fit in my feet; b) I don't have any idea where or when should I use those shoes to (I don't have many destinations to visit since I mostly spend my time at home).

I couldn't draw it similarly, though, but this picture is enough for me to remember the shoes.

They were sold in three colors: black, beige, and red. The red shoes were the stars for me, with seven or eight straps and golden buckles on each of the straps for one shoe, and heel about 12 cm high.

Red coat was the only thing I thought in deciding the costume. And the golden-brown shades came up next.



Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Red Hair with Black Shade

This time I wanted to draw flower fairy/ goddess/ lady in a simple way. I tried to color her dress in beige, a difficult color to me in coloring my artworx(s). And for her hair, at first I wanted to color it brown or golden, but in the process I tried to color it with uncommon color (purple, blue, green...) and my final choice was red.




Red was not enough, so I added some black as her highlight (lowlight?). I don't know but the way I colored it seems stiff and abnormal. Oh well =.=

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

It was meant to be a zombie bride..

If you play a game on Facebook called Pet Society, you maybe know that there was some zombie-themed costumes. I didn't buy those costumes for my pet yet, but the truth is I really got inspired by. They're so cute and gothic at the same time!! So I drew this artworx (the bride version only) (and less cutie) as a reflection of me adoring the zombie-themed costumes in the game I mentioned.


Before I show you the results of the next steps, I mean to told you: DRAMATIZATION IS HARD!! At least it happened while finishing this artworx.


Before I reach the last step, I actually had saved the result of the coloring process between the second and the third pictures. It was only the bride without the background, with her dirty dress, so we can see the color clearer than the last picture. But then I deleted it.. repeat, DELETED IT.. by accident. D,:

Well, having the very last result saved is better.

Saturday, June 9, 2012

It's Not A Request

People maybe think that this artworx was made for a friend by request. The truth is it wasn't. I made it because I miss the moment I make something romantic, something cute that makes my heart beats faster. I know that the story in this artworx is very simple, about a girl and a boy sitting side by side in a classroom, but for some people, being in the situation like that is a very rare and special chance.


Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Rock Star!

I usually use a piece of used paper to make my artworx. The plus point: I reduce waste. The minus point: sometimes I made an accidentally-excites-me artworx, and the unimportant scratches around it need more time to clean. Some old posts show them. And here is another.




Monday, June 4, 2012

Eyes

Maybe you still remember my post about "drowning into somebody's eyes". I scanned those pictures and modified them a bit.






I Scanned

Previously I uploaded a photograph of a sketch I made. Today I scanned the sketch and I made it as two versions. I kept it original; I didn't edit it nor color it.