Another portrait of Plamya. I experimented with hatching instead of screentones for this one – or, rather, in conjunction with screentones, as most of the hatching is set at 50% tone instead of being solid black lines. Which is completely invisible in an internet-low-res image, but would be visible in prints. I’m still undecided on…
Water spirit, to go along with the Mira the Earth-Spirit and Plamya the Fire-Spirit. I’m not certain how anatomically correct she is, as none of the models in my photo references have a body fat percentage over 25. (Clearly i need to expand my reference library.) And i’m skinny enough to still get clothing from…
An alternative version of Mira. I think i like the original better, she looks more like a unique person instead of yet another stock model. Despite the ‘II’ in the image name, this is just the second ‘finished’ illo i’ve done of Mira. As far as less-finished illos, there’s been maybe a dozen. She’s supposed…
Practising inking my pencil drawings. Yet another fire-creature, this one a bit more elfin than the others. Original pencil art available for $15 | Digital print available starting at $10.44
Sketch: Hearing Aid
I’ve got a fascination with the concept of hardware which is powered by blood instead of batteries. I think this hearing aid reroutes a bit more than is necessary, though.
Sketch: Elf Abuse
©2009 Sharon Rosa In some countries, the “inferior” elves are allowed to be kept as slaves… these elves are typically not treated very well.
©2009 Sharon Rosa Another drawn-when-bored sketch. If i’m bored and cranky, my drawings are bored and cranky.
Sketch: Dark Glen
©2009 Sharon Rosa A dark elf in her favourite shaded clearing
Sketch: Elf Girl
©2009 Sharon Rosa Shy little elven girl…
Sketch: Fightin’ Elfish
©2009 Sharon Rosa Any humans wanna try taking her on? No?
©2009 Sharon Rosa Quick elf sketch. Nothin’ special. I did have a bit of fun tweaking the ear style, though.
Sketch: Sleeping Elf
©2009 Sharon Rosa Or dead elf. Whatever.
Sketch: Armed Elf
©2009 Sharon Rosa No fancy-shmancy bow and arrow for her; she goes straight for the gun. Though, if her aim is anything like Legolas’, i don’t think it matters either way. Seriously, pitch-dark cave and he gets an Orc right between the eyes from a hundred meters away? Can you imagine what an elf could…
©2009 Sharon Rosa A hyperactive elf with windblown hair. Doesn’t actually look too hyperactive right now… she’s starting to wind down for a nap.
Sketch: Wild Elf
©2009 Sharon Rosa Wild woodland elf. Or water elf. Or something. *is too lazy for back-story*
Sketch: Punk Elf
©2009 Sharon Rosa All pierced and mohawked up.
Sketch: Another Elf
©2009 Sharon Rosa Resolution finally done properly. Of course, my ability to draw the underside of someone’s chin still leaves something to be desired…
Sketch: Sleepy Elf
©2009 Sharon Rosa More lineart practice. Yes, i messed up the resolution twice in a row. Gotta change my Photoshop settings for the “sketches” template.
Sketch: Emo Elf
Pencil, 5½×3½ in. » ©2008 Sharon Rosa Not the best elf i’ve ever drawn; something a bit distorted around the face.
Sketch: Moon Princess
Pencil, 3½×2½ in. » ©2008 Sharon Rosa A Moon-Elf (also known as Silver Elf) princess.
Ink and watercolour, 4×6″ I did the initial sketch for this on St. Patrick’s Day. Rock on, Irish girls.
Sketch: Desert Elf
Ink and watercolour, 4×6″ …Is there an actual difference between a “desert elf” and a Vulcan? Someone catch an elf and see what colour blood he has.
Ink/Watercolour, 4″ x 6″ I went on a bit of an elf kick again. This is one of the ones i plan to have up for sale soon.