For today’s prompt, I was thinking about a fall festival for some reason (probably because of storywriting). So I went with a fall wreath, food and some gourds. Pumpkins and squash especially give me autumn vibes, and I enjoy growing them when able. This might be another one I end up coloring as well.
For today’s prompt, Horizon Dawn Zero came to mind. I didn’t feel impressed to draw Aloy however; so I just drew an atypical resident in a regrown Earth looking out into the expanse.
I decided to draw a “hero”, half Renaissance, half DnD themed. The latter especially, as I am getting geared up for my first game soon! So a bearded swordsman was all that was in my head. Fancy.
For today’s prompt, our old shed when I was younger came to mind, back when I was young. While we did clear the foliage later, we also did tear down the shed as it became abandoned for a bit. I did take some liberties with the design as I don’t quite remember what it looked like at the time.
“Nothing is left but dust and ashes…”
I nearly draw another Halo fanart for this one; probably should have!
This was a bit tricky for me, but I decided to try to do a more traditional DnD kind of dragon. I think a goal next year would to be practicing drawing more animals, it would seem!
For Snow, I had the idea of drawing a female Cossack trudging through the snow. Big hat and all. It’s not *too* far off from drawing my Notikans, so this came quite naturally.
This was actually a bit tricky to come up with an idea, but I was drawing wayc’s story concepts at the time; I got the brilliant idea to show the pattern of Ki’voosh’s dress for the prompt.
So here it is! A lot of people really liked the texture, and it probably would look interesting if it got printed in real life, admittedly.
For Swing, the first thing that came to mind was an old playset that we had when I was little. It was a hand-me-down, and had two plastic swings on small-grade chain that one could sit on. I don’t quite remember the exact design, but what I depicted was the best I remembered it. Except for a homemade swing a few years after, we never really had any more such things afterwards.