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  1. Seen several other people with similar things, though my art ain’t as good as Syn’s or Fel’s. I like doing animals/abstract more than humans, but hope you enjoy! I’ll try to put art on here semi-regularly. Birb: Another birb: Cat: Mandala: Hope to send more soon! Let me know what you think. Currently working on some penguins.
  2. A few years back, my sister and her husband asked me to paint their trunk. They decided they wanted something from Sanderson's books, as we all read them. The trunk has 3 panels: on the left I was inspired by an illustration in the 1st or 2nd book, in the middle is the inside cover illustration for Words of Radiance (if I remember correctly), and on the right I did what I could with my own imagination! The medium used was oil paints.
  3. hello hoomans and fellow Kandra Have some cosmere inktober Day one: Invested Have a siri (bad art warning)
  4. From the album king's terrible Stormlight art

    Have a Syl to brighten your day
  5. I have been creating drawing Axehound breeds in the gallery and for fun I have been writing little head canons for each breed. I'm feelling a little iffy about my latest entree, so some advice and critques would be appreciated. So here is the picture: and here is the entree: The Conch Canin is an ancient breed, almost dating back to the Shadow days, and is most well known for its two most prominent qualities, it’s astounding intelligence and it’s strong, perhaps infamous fear of highstorms. Due these factors it has been the perfect archetypal candidate for folk tales and songs. These stories usually take the structure of the axehound seeing something of value, a piece of bread or the like, and will challenge another animal (usually a chull or a cremling) to a battle of wits. At first it will appears as though the Conch Canin has the upperhand, using some trick to its advantage, but then, just when it seems like the axehound has won, the other animal will start acting like there is a high storm coming, the Canin, losing it’s nerve, will then flee in search of shelter, leaving the other animal to reclaim its prize, as well as something from the axehound. There are numerous variations of the tale, some feature more exotic animals, others end with the axehound winning, and, interestingly, one where there actually was a highstorm, causing the featured chull to pupate and keeping both animals unable to enjoy the fruits of their wit. Note: Recently there have been reports of suspicious persons keeping Conch Canin in cages outside during highstorms. If you witness any such things report it to your local citylord, or captain of the watch immediately. I like the first part of the entree I liked, it gave feel to qualities of the breed and the lore surrounding it. The note at the end jutst feels a bit sloppy to me; I was trying to imply that an Off-worlder was experimenting with the breed in order to make intelligent animals like Ryshadium or Santhids. Do you think that I should, switch the entrees perspective to the aforementioned Off-worlder, rewrite in the same perspective to make it flow better or discard the idea and only keep the first paragraph?
  6. GAME OVERVIEW Card game of wondrous illustrations for 4 to 6 players. The active player will give a clue describing one of their cards while the other players choose a card from their own hand to best illustrate the clue. The cards are shuffled together and then the players try to find the active player's card among everyone's cards. GAME PLAY Active Player One player is the active player for the current turn. They choose 1 of their 6 cards (telling the host) and make up a clue for it. Then without showing their card, they say their clue to the other players. The clue can take a variety of forms. It can be made up of one or more words. It can even be a sound (written form for forum play) or group of sounds that represent the clue. The clue can be invented on the spot, or it can take the form of already existing works (a part of a poem or song, a movie title, a proverb, a book quote, etc.). Other Players The other players choose from among their own 6 cards the one which seems to best illustrate the clue given by the active player (telling the host). They do not let the other players know what they've chosen. Revealing the Cards After all players have chosen a card, they are shuffled together with the active player's card and then revealed to all the players with a number assigned to each. Finding the Active Player's Card The goal of the players is to find the active player's card from among those revealed. Each player except the storyteller secretly votes for the card (telling the host) they think belongs to the active player. Under no circumstances can a player vote for their own card. Revealing the Votes Once everyone has voted, the votes for each card are revealed. The active player then reveals which card was theirs. Scoring 1. If all players find the active player's card: Active player: 0 points Other players: 2 points 2. If no players find the active player's card: Active player: 0 points Other players: 2 points 3. If at least one player, but not all players, have found the active player's card: Active player: 3 points Players who have found the card: 3 points Each player, other than the active player, wins 1 bonus point for each vote placed on their card. End of Turn The cards that have been used are discarded. Each player draws a new card from the draw pile (received from host) to refill their hand up to 6 cards. The new active player is the one next in sequence after the last active player. A new turn then starts. END OF THE GAME The game ends when one of the players has reached 30 points or when the last card of the draw pile is drawn. The player with the most points at the end of the game wins.
  7. A drawing of Szeth.
  8. From the album Stormlight Fanart

    There's that one scene in WoR where Shallan finds a place brimming with life, and she stops to draw. I just couldn't get that scene out of my head! LIFESPREN! Yes, I know I haven't drawn what could even closely be considered Rosharan flora...
  9. The original prompt has been spoilered, seeing as this has been made the official Alleyverse Art Thread.
  10. From the album stormlight archive art

  11. From the album Art Dump

    My brother and I have been watching the She-Ra on Netflix and have been liking it, and when I saw the episode where Catra was wearing a suit, I knew that it was my destiny to draw that. Sadly, it's not on my actual sketch paper but I keep it very close and protected, lol.
  12. From the album Art Dump

    Gonna be honest here, but I really don't like what I did to the top of his head. The character usually wears a hat, and now I can see why. Either than that, I really like how he turned out. If any of y'all know who he is or what show he's from, props to y'all.
  13. From the album Art Dump

    A couple weeks ago, a friend of mine came over to my place to watch the movie Howl's Moving Castle, and my brothers, him, and I watched it. After watching that masterpiece, I wanted to draw Howl. As you can see, I didn't do my best on him and really don't get Howl vibes from him, lol. I tried though, and that's what I'm counting.
  14. From the album Art Dump

    In the bygone ages meaning a couple years ago, I liked to watch the internet show RWBY. I don't watch it anymore, because I don't know where the plot was going and was growing less interested in it, but I still love the aesthetic and idea of the show, just not how they're executing it. I decided to draw Roman one last time, and here we are.
  15. From the album Art Dump

    I drew this at 2am, because I was scrolling through Pinterest and was i n s p i r e d. Pinterest is an artist's best friend, so I made the best use of it when I drew this, meaning that I used that drawing prompt and maybe two references: one for the ears, the other for how the mouth would work, lol.
  16. From the album Art Dump

    I drew this when I was on vacation, and I have never felt so relaxed when I was drawing this piece. I wasn't in service range, so I couldn't be bothered by my phone. I never gave him a name and I don't want to put the effort into giving him one, lol.
  17. From the album Art Dump

    This is honestly one of the pieces of art that I'm most proud of as of right now; it might change in the future, but it's whatever, lol. It's actually a redraw of a very old piece of art that I had lying around, and it's one of my most proudest. I'll probably make edits, though, when I do remember what I named this dude.
  18. From the album Art Dump

    I drew this one around Christmas time, but never shared it here, lol. I was inspired by a piece of art in a YouTube video, and I honestly love drawing sweaters and can draw them all the time, lol.
  19. From the album Art Dump

    This is the second redraw of the original piece, so of course I like this one better than the others. Not that they posed that much competition, because even when I drew them, I thought that they didn't look good. I like this one, and it's one of my most recent pieces. The bottom left was tricky, but I managed and am satisfied on how it turned out.
  20. From the album Art Dump

    Recently, my Discord friends and I have been practically obsessing over frogs because yes. Anyways, we were on a vc together and someone asked what would happen if you were to combine a frog and a giraffe. A few people tried and many cursed images came out, and I decided to try my hand at it. It's honestly one of the most adorable things I've ever drawn.
  21. From the album Art Dump

    My brother and I are in a campaign with a few friends, and we were trying to come up with concepts and ideas of what we could play as. At like, 10pm I suggested we do some ATLA characters and here we are. Obviously, my character is inspired from the Avatar itself, and I haven't gotten to drawing my brother's character.
  22. Okay, so this is my 1000th post and I thought I will do something nice, so I started a new project which is a Kippy comic from KaD! Hope you will enjoy it! (Also now I have only prologue, I will try to post around 3 pages per week) This is what I did so far :
  23. I don’t do much art. I am trying to create some originals, but it is not going well. I did a pencil sketch of Jezrien, based off the image of him shown on the inside cover of Oathbringer. This took SO LONG. I hope you like it. Please, give me critique on how to improve. Also, my scanner isn’t amazing right now, so sorry about that.
  24. So, I have been thinking about the endpapers of Rhythm of War and I think that the Kalak and Pailiah ones are Alethi (or otherwise Vorin), the Chanarach one is Shin, and the Nale one is either Azish or Shin. My reasoning is that Kalak and Pailiah both fit into what I imagine the Vorin range of appearances to be, Pailiah has a covered safehand but an uncovered freehand, and they have the same artist. My reasoning on Chanarach is that she is very pale for a Rosharan, has round eyes, and has an uncovered safehand, plus, there are fairly Earthlike trees behind her. Nale has the same artist as Chanarach, has birds in the background, and while his eyes are closed they appear fairly round, which support shin, but his uniform also seems to fit what has been described as an azish uniform, and his background prominently features metallic spheres and domes, which we know are a major part of the architecture in Azimir, and presumably other Makabaki cities. So, does anyone else have any thoughts? Theories about the OB papers are welcome, too. Also, while this is in the RoW spoiler section, please avoid RoW spoilers, at least for now.
  25. OH MY SHARDS IT'S ALREADY THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN. Y'all, in the past year I have come so storming far in my artwork. I've learned a ton about anatomy and proportions and I've gotten better at shading and faces and it's honestly really crazy to me. I am SO GLAD my friend convinced me to do the Inktober challenge last year, because it will be a great benchmark to compare this year to. I spent an insane amount of time prepping for this and I am on the edge of my seat for each and every drawing that I'll be presenting to y'all. One thing I'm doing slightly different this year: I had the idea to put some color in one of the drawings and then I realized it would be a ton of fun if I tried to colored one thing in each drawing. (Don't worry, it's still ink :P) So I really hope that works out (there will undoubtedly be a handful and a half that are completely black and white though and I am totally fine with that). Six or seven months ago I really started using markers in my art and I have since amassed over 60 different shades. They're ridiculously fun to art with. I also decided to base a lot more of my drawings on specific quotes. Some of those quotes are from non-canon Keyed stuff, some are from CBST, some are from TLT, some are from stuff that will be in the Keyed books, and some are from me just messing around. I am SO excited to kick things off tomorrow!!!! See ya then! - Star