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Realistic faces are a pain in the ass. Too bad I actually want to improve at drawing them. *headdesk* So… here. A couple attempts at Benedict Cumberbatch's face. Just pen and ink, nothing fancy.



Behind the cut for both full images… )

 
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I can't find it in my tags, so I am guessing I never did post the completed picture here. Digital coloring, of course. Finished version of this image. Shamelessly self-indulgent, but then, what do I ever draw that isn't?

Full image behind the cut… )

 
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They're no one in particular. I did stare at reference images while drawing them, but I wasn't really aiming for accurate likenesses. Pen and paper, drawn while watching a staggering amount of Star Trek.


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I am doing even more mucking about with pens than usual. Trying to do a little more "doing it right" and a little less "faking it all over the damn page." What can I say, ink is very soothing.



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Just some linearts I haven't finished yet. I... may have already posted the last one? I'm honestly not sure. So hey, HERE WE GO. Again. Just in case.



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This was made with a ridiculous mishmash of pens and a couple brushes, and I'm not even going to try: except to say that the Pentel brush pen is still the most amazing thing I have EVER purchased and everyone should own one.

Behind the cut for full-sized image… )

 
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This picture was an unforgivably late birthday present for a friend. It took me longer than usual on account of fighting to keep it a little more realistic, a little less like my usual manga style. Done with Prismacolor markers and Micron pens. Don't even get me started about Dax's spots. There's no way they should've been as difficult as I found them, considering how many times I've drawn them on my own face.



(Also available on deviantart: HERE)

Or click behind the cut to see the full image here… )

 
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I was feeling ambitious today and finished the other three characters. These are all done with a Pentel brush pen, Micron pens for the crosshatching, and prismacolor markers.



Behind the cut for full-sized image... )

 
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I haven't yet decided how I'm going to finish this. It will almost certainly involve crosshatching. It might also involve markers. Please forgive the lack of a cut -- he is so tiny that a thumbnail felt silly.



 
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Bic pen. Random index card I found lying around at work. Character design attempt that didn't quite go where I was trying to take it, but I still enjoy her hair. She is not a pirate, but I think she turned out well anyway. ^_^
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Just something ridiculously self-indulgent I drew last night. I'll give it a real coloring job soon. Ikku's circuits need to glow blue, after all (or maybe red, red could be fun), else the costume really looks nothing at all like it should. Still, I thought I'd share the in-progress piece, as I'm quite (shamelessly) entertained.

Full image behind the cut... )

 
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Supplies: Pentel brush pen, French Gray Prismacolor markers.
This was just an attack of silliness. One of those moments where I was too fidgety not to be drawing something, but without any particular aim in mind.



No, I don't know why it was on fire either. )
 
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More ninja turtles. Because apparently I'm just uncontrollably inclined that direction of late. Pentel brush pen for the linearts, and random colored pencils (I don't even know what brand) for emo!Leo there.


Michelangelo is love... )


Emo!Leonardo is emo... )

Plus bonus chibis: Raph and Leo )

 
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This is my lovely roomie's fault. She told me to draw a space pirate captain (or something to that effect), and since I only have one space pirate in my stable of characters, well. There you have it.

I drew this in red pen as a silly, pointless doodle and only after that decided to finish it, so it's probably even more rife with problems and errors and such than usual... but it was fun. I have no regrets. *wink*



Nama Takatori Silliness behind the cut... )
 
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So I was playing last night. And drew a couple silly, self-indulgent things. (HA, as if I ever draw is anything that isn't self-indulgent, PSYCH.) Anyway, so I was playing. With cheap pens and a new sketchbook and well, this is what came of it.

For the record, Raphael is my favorite. It's totally not that red was the only other color pen I had on hand. (Okay, so it was, but Raph really is my favorite.)

Turtles ahoy! )
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Wow, that was... a bit of a delay in posting. Apologies, I don't even have the excuse of technical difficulties this time. Just a lot of late nights at work and coming home with zero energy.

By way of apology, I have for you this week a whole pile of chibis. I drew them ages ago and keep swearing to myself that I'm going to color each and every one of them. And I am. No, really. The cast of Star Trek Voyager deserves better than to sit neglected and forlorn on my harddrive for all time.

The EMH has a TINY HEAD. And in case I didn't mention it, these are now pretty much ancient. Also, Neelix doesn't represent because, at the time, I was way too terrified to try and draw him, especially even in chibi format. But anyway, I'm still entertained enough to inflict them on you, so there you go.



Star Trek Voyager Chibis: Behind the cut for full image )

 
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So this is very silly, but I regret nothing. And I would totally wear these boots. (Micron pens and prismacolor markers).



Space Leotard: behind the cut for full image )
 

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