Good stuff! the watercolour is especially impressive!
I thrive on deadlines, & I am looking for work!
Excellent turn around.
Are you going to sharpen the warrior up to match his mace?
I love the portrait.
Keep up the great work!
Interesting stage design. The curtains need to have room to open fully to the point where you can't see them. If you don't have a back stage door on the right, you'll need a backdrop making a corridor for actors to be able to enter from stage right without being seen. Having leaves on either side on the stage breaks up the side, again to hide actors coming and going. Can you tell I used to do a load of amateur dramatics?
Black Spot: Thanks. That makes sense.
Have been pretty bad at updating... But here are some recent studies.
First two are from a random clothing catalogue. A horse from life. And another female...
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That's a lot of work you've set yourself. Looks a good start.
The strip came out well.
I hope she's got a ton of cushions under her back for that pose.
Apples look tasty. It's tough doing the leaves that close. Is that rhubarb bottom left?