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If you're looking for your sketch-a-day, you may be surprised to see an image for Jannah Station. For those not in the know, Jannah Station is a graphic novel written by local author Joseph Cadotte that I have been illustrating for the past six months. The first story arc, "A Soft Murder" has three parts completed, and I'm beginning the fourth, but before we can go any farther, we are seeking donations on Kickstarter to get the necessary funding to continue publishing our books. Please go check out our project, hear our story, see the interviews and pictures, and then give, give, give, because we only have three days left to achieve our monetary goal! Thanks again to my followers!
In celebration of two (somewhat straight) weeks, today's sketch is a sculpture, of everyone's favorite dragon, Toothless, based off the storyboards by Chris Sanders. If you're wondering why he's red, he has just been glazed and is being sent into the kiln. When he emerges, he should be shiny and black, and much more Toothless-esque. :)
With an auspicious number like 13, I thought to look towards the future, to a time when I'm more assured, more successful, a time when my hair finally does grow back to its former long glory.
For all you comic book lovers/fashion designers (they overlap more often than you'd think), what would a cosplay Deadpool outfit designed for a woman look like?
Ironically, the loss of an hour for Daylight Savings Time is actually helping me be more productive today. It's also given me an acute sense of romantic nostalgia. Here's to love. :)
Finally reached ten sketches, couldn't manage to do it in as many days, but I'll get better. :) Enjoy some coffee house guitar
Are you all familiar with Chris Sanders? If not, you need to be. If you love the style of Lilo and Stitch or How to Train Your Dragon, you have him to thank. So, I got inspired by him last night, and did a few drawings in his lovely style. First the original:
And now my interpretation:
Definitely think that's going somewhere. :)
I'm Elizabeth Kidder, freelance illustrator currently located in Knoxville, TN. Please enjoy the site and Contact Me with any job inquiries or questions.