A behind the scenes look at how I made this painting!

I’m really working on building my YouTube channel into a regular part of how I share work online, because I LOVE watching art videos by other people (like seriously it’s gotten to the point where I’m having trouble finding stuff I haven’t already watched haha). Part of this has involved teaching myself video editing in a real program that isn’t Windows Movie Maker (way more difficult/ tedious to learn than I expected), and this is my 2nd attempt at a voice-over commentary, and my first attempt at an end title card with annotations in a video! So yay! :D And no, I promise I will not be cross-posting every single art video I make over here on tumblr, so if you want to catch them I would suggest subscribing over on Youtube! <3

shorelle replied to your photo “One of the books I took to read while I was at jury duty earlier this…”

ahhh yes Tithe is such a great book! I love your depiction of Rath and Kaye too, they look wonderfullll :D

Thanks so much! :) I feel like it’s one of those books I’ve been peripherally meaning to read for years because I kept hearing really good things… Just so glad I finally got around to it, haha!

walkingnorth replied to your photo “One of the books I took to read while I was at jury duty earlier this…”

Oh my goodness Roiben’s armor <3 <3 <3

Hee, glad you like it! Definitely had fun with that! xD

hollyblack:

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One of the books I took to read while I was at jury duty earlier this week was Tithe by Holly Black. Luckily for me, the book was excellent. Not so luckily, I finished it in the first few hours I was waiting. But, that left me a lot of time to sketch out these two in my notebook, and so here is my interpretation of Rath Roiben Rye and Kaye Fierch. Definitely going to be checking out the rest of the series. *nodnod*

They’re SO GREAT. Roiben is kind of adorable here.

Aah, oh gosh, yay! So glad you like it, as Tithe was a pleasure to read. 

One of the books I took to read while I was at jury duty earlier this week was Tithe by Holly Black. Luckily for me, the book was excellent. Not so luckily, I finished it in the first few hours I was waiting. But, that left me a lot of time to sketch out these two in my notebook, and so here is my interpretation of Rath Roiben Rye and Kaye Fierch. Definitely going to be checking out the rest of the series. *nodnod*