Dustchapel Downs is a strange place. Earl Corvis Averney is the ostensible ruler of this strange city. Here's a bit about him from his entry in Delve! Zine issue 2:
Earl Corvis Averney II is the current lord of Dustchapel Downs. A tall, thin middle aged man with dark hair, Lord Corvis is stoic and participates little in the day to day affairs of Dustchapel Downs, instead preferring to act through his council. Earl Corvis is the epitome of Stennish nobility: aloof, stoic, and rarely seen outside the walls of the keep. Corvis is a skilled fighter but is more adept in his pursuit of the magical arts, especially those involved with scrying and the acquisition of knowledge. Corvis does not usually directly interfere with the happenings of Dustchapel Downs because he knows all of the happenings of Dustchapel Downs. For the most part Clovis is rather indifferent in regards to religion, but does keep up appearances. However, he has the utmost regard to the acquisition of k
First of all, Good night everyone on steemit. I sincerely hope that you all be fine. This I bring today is another of so many drawing flowers that I usually post on my blog, but this is that one that most melancholy has, I would like to say more about it but this is not something that you describe with words, so that I hope you are interested in seeing this post. This will be my last drawing of flowers in a few months. That's all for today, until a next post bye bye.
Antes que nada, Buenas noches a todos en steemit, espero de corazon que todos ustedes se encuentren bien!... Esto que les traigo aqui es otra de tantos dibujos de flores
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I have been drawing for years and recently switched over to the world of digital illustration this past fall.
Although many of my favorite pieces since my switch have been created solely on digital, drawn in a combination of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, I also really enjoy converting my pen and pencil drawings from my sketchbook into digital pieces.
This mixed media approach to drawing allows for the comfort of traditional style drawing to be accentuated with the vivid color palettes and textured brushes that are why I have fallen inlove with digital illustration.
Below are some examples of my pieces that have resulted from this process, a
before and after if you will.
I just thought I'd post this because it's fun to see the before and after, and also in case anyone was interested in using digital art in a mixed media format or other ways to combine traditional drawing and digital.
I often stream the entire process or most of it on twitch.
These images are too obvious to give them names, but if you have an opinion or a misunderstanding of what is depicted I'm glad to see it in the comments.)
published for the first time
A portrait for
Ameen Rihani a Lebanese Arab-American writer, intellectual and political activist for his personal exhibition. Commissioned art. It was a bit hard for me to draw from a photo taken in the early 1900's. But thankfully I did it and now this drawing is now placed in his permanent exhibition in Lebanon.
Hi, my name is Rowland Manuel, I'm 26 years old, I'm from Venezuela, I like to draw in my free time and study Business Administration. I will be sharing my drawings, I hope you like them, regards: 3
Hola !, mi nombre es Rowland Manuel, tengo 26 años, soy de Venezuela, me gusta dibujar en mis tiempos libres y estudio Administración de Empresas. Les estaré compartiendo mis dibujos, espero que les guste, saludos: 3
I made this unique and original abstract painting
I've created this last year but I thouhth as spring is coming it'll be nice thing to show:)
A crab in a rainbow shell!:)
The wohole picture:
Some macro fragments:
Making personification a little more literal.
If you are interested in purchasing one of my paintings, email email@example.com
Detail of my original painting, digitally enhanced
Hi everyone! This is my first time uploading an image to Steemit so bear with me if this post needs some adjusting before I get it right. This is a photo of some line art that I created and added details to a few years ago. I can't honestly claim that it has an impressive backstory so I might not have any answers regarding the symbolism behind it. Feel free to ask me anyway!
Hello Steemit people! I share a texture work done on a facade, creating shadows by simply moving the pencil in circles (can be any way) and giving pressure to the sides closest to the viewer and the farther away places become soft. It is a work of patience and dedication so that we are impeccable and understandable its depth. I hope you like it I will continue uploading more drawings, any suggestions I gladly accept. Help me with an upvote, kisses! <3!
Hola gente de Steemit!, les comparto un trabajo de textura que realice acerca de una fachada, creando sombras con solo mover el lápiz en círculos (se puede de cualquier forma) y dándole presión a los lados mas cercanos al espectador y los lugares mas lejanos se hacen mas suave. Es un trabajo de paciencia y dedicación para que este nos quede impecable y entendible su profundidad . Espero que les guste seguiré subiendo mas dibujos, cualquier sugerencia la acepto con gusto. ayúdame con un upvote, b
Hi there everyone, I decided to draw a sketch of a rose today and thought to share it with everyone.
Drawing is something I really enjoy and I really want to get good at it and make drawings that will blow people away. I'm going to share my drawing experience and growth. Its the most relaxing way to spend time.
Seeing as a rose is such a beautiful flower and its a flower that my fiance always gives me as a surprise I had to draw it.
I started by getting a blank peace of paper.
I started drawing the outline of my rose lightly with a pencil. Then I started my shading process.
In this video I'm showing all the watercolor paints I have (and I have a lot), talking about advanteges and disadvantages of each:) Hope you'll find it useful!:)
You also can check out my video about taking care of bruches: