A little fighting scene I had in my sketchbook that I wanted to paint for so long.
I am not good with fire, but I think it could have been worse. Thanks to my friend Nerventee, I learned a new technique for dust, smoke and little flames. I have to buy the right brush in the future, but I think I know how it should work.
This is done with gouache and colored pencils on watercolor paper. The size fits in one of my empty frames.
If you come to the Eurofurence this year, you may see it at the art show.
This is only a photo again, but this time, Joleii was so kind to take it with his good camera.
I took this photo to a copyshop (the cheapest one I could find in my town) and wanted them to make a good scan. On the phone they told me they would take 3€ for 3 of my images. When I arrieved, they wanted 10€ because this one is some cms wider then A3.
Sorry, but I dont pay 7€ more for just some cms. -.-
(And before you coment now: "Buy a scanner, they are pretty cheap today". I HAVE ONE! But a A4 scanner is not able to scan something that is twice as long as the scanning field!)
I know now that is possible to get a single scan of my larger works under 10€ but as long as I dont think that I could get the money back (from print sales or so) I will not throw my money out the window.
The pose of the archer is again referenced by a great photo by
I saw the pose and had to draw the sketch to this piece. I altered the pose a bit to better fit my composition.
Here is her work: [link]