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Sorry for the repost this week, but I’ve been busy with some much needed family time. 😎 I really enjoyed this shot. So I was able to learn how to add music to my Timelapse shots. Cause god damn it, if miss Pretty Kitty doesn’t deserve it!
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But anyway, should be back in the swing of things next week! Thanks for your support guys! 😘
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Here is No. 7 of the lineart commission. This still isn’t the final draft. I had to adjust a few things before letting it go. A personal OC in chibi form. But I still have to say this came out pretty well. The customer loved it so much. She requested a full render commission and bought a sticker from me. ^^ Thank you for enjoying my art. It means a lot.

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Teal Blooms, 2019. Winsor and Newton Cotman paints on Arches cold-press watercolour paper. I wanted to go larger and try something with some cooler colours, but I still love Floral Essence more.

4th lineart Commission. Sadly, I didn’t get a proper picture of the final draft of this commission. But based on the sketch alone, it turned out to be really cute. Someone wanted a chibi of their OC which happens to be inspired by Epona from Legends of Zelda. A lot people where shocked at how this turned out and loved it. ^^ I hope the client loved it too.

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No.8 lineart commission. I have to say this is one of my favorites. A young lady from England wanted a picture of her and her husband together as their pony OCs. I was nervous about this. I really wanted this to come out well. Apparently, she really loved. This just warms my heart. ^^

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Woo, got some doodles! I’ve been really slacking and uninspired this summer, but now that I’m back in school with some great people I’ll get mah brain to work again!! I think ima start trying a more realistic approach then mix with a bit of fantasy soon as I get the gist of it. If anyone’s interested I will take commissions of ocs and stuff, just pm me :P

Floral Essence, 2019. Winsor and Newton Cotman Watercolours and black gouache paint on Arches watercolour paper. I am very happy with how this turned out, however, I do wish I had Opera Rose or Rose of Ultramarine on hand. Those colors are so vibrant and fun to work with. I hope to be upgrading from my Cotman watercolour paints to professional soon. I like both Winsor and Newton and Daniel Smith brands.

2nd lineart commission at BronyCon. A chibi mouse OC. A lot of people seemed to really love how I do chibis. They are so cute and colorful. ^^ Which made me so happy. Anyway, here is a cutie little mouse character. I’m glad they loved how it came out. ^^  To bad I couldn’t keep it myself. lol

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This is 5th commissioned request. This was fun. A standoff between the MLP Movies’ Villain Tempest Shadow vs. the mysterious Hollow Knight. I though this was cool and gave me a chance to working with battling scenes. This just makes me want to improve. ^^

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Cosmic Tears, 2019. Watercolour and black gouache paint on Arches. I have seen a lot of cosmic themed watercolour artwork online; especially Instagram. I thought I would give it a try. It turned out somewhat duller than I expected, but overall I am pleased. 

I Shall Lead You Through the Gateway, 2019. Watercolour, pen and ink, and black gouache. Sometimes I surprise even myself. I really love how this turned out. A lot of trial and error, but it was worth it. 

Watercolour Test II. Experimenting with darker colours. My goal was to try and create a cosmic night sky. I think it turned out rather well for a first go. I have plans for bigger watercolour projects!  It’s been over five years since I worked with watercolours; I am very glad to have returned to such a lovely medium. It is very free-flowing and I’ve found it quite relaxing compared to oils. Perhaps that is because you have significantly more control with oils.

Created with Winsor & Newton Cotman watercolours and gouache.