This is my night elf character from World of Warcraft. She is a rather timid character, with a blue haystack of a hair. Below is all the different sketches and the final one.
The first three were mostly experiments with eyes and expression. The one in the top left corner is very far from what I wanted but was a means of getting started. The low ears and the lip style were settled in the middle right one.
Hair and expression and a little comparison to Sizirri and Cithia’s eyes. (Other characters)
The final sketch for now. Tianu on the buttom, my brother’s char in the middle and my troll Sizirri on the top.
Materials: Ballpoint pen and paper.
The sketches are scanned with a phone app, which makes them a little bleak.
My character from World of Warcraft, Sizirri. This is the finished sketch and is meant for short comics.
Sketch page for the final picture.
Character sketches in blue ink. The last one is on top of some homework. The icon is the horde symbol.
Sketches: Pen and paper.
Final colour pictures: Photoshop and pen tablet.
Experimentation with ink and brush and different coloured inks. I ended up very happy about the effect of the red ink supporting the very heavy black lines.
Materials: Black ink, red ink and watercolour-paper.
This is the desktop image from the Ink Bird theme. It was an experiment making a theme for Windows desktop, Firefox Person and GoLauncher for Android. -So that PC, browser, mobile and tablet could use the same theme. This picture was made in multiple resolutions to fit different screens.
I have also reused it for many minor projects since then.
Mobile background and dock overlay picture.
These are some of the buttons created for the theme though they were essentially scrapped as I tought they were too hard to understand. (Too complex.)
Header and footer for firefox persona (background image for the firefox browser.
Trash can icon.
Original picture painted with ink and brush on watercolour-paper. The bird itself is an old recurring doodle that I have been drawing since I could hold a pencil.
Original picture: Ink on watercolour-paper.
Icons and Backgrounds: Photoshop. Various other ink doodles where also cut up to use for graphic elements.
Ink bird from my InkBird theme. This one is singled on white background for an early draft.
Materials: Black and red ink on paper. Cut and edited in Photoshop.