An art commission from Patreon requested by the awesome creator Sneedham. All characters belong to him. Perhaps the most challenging art I’ve ever drawn because of the background and a lot of characters in one art, but it was a lot of fun drawing these girls.
Alright, dudes, here we go with another commissioned fantasy art requested by the awesome Sneedham. And this is the story.
A botched bounty, by Sneedham
Lin, Veronika and Klaus (characters from right to left) turning in a werewolf head to Jodi the witch. Things didn't go the way they wanted.
But, as some people say, sometimes to have to break a lot of eggs to make an omelet.
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Actually, I don't know how to title this awesome fantasy art. This is a commission requested by my favorite creator Sneedham and his awesome characters.
From Left to right: Rena, the spider/demoness queen; the poor guy under her big boobs is Noah; the elf ranger is Anna; the amazon warrior is Elena.
For those who don’t know, I’m a big fan lover of the fantasy genre. You know, things like Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Dungeons and Dragons and anything that is related to fantasy.
First time I made a monster woman.
These characters belongs to the awesome Scott Needham, creator of Ignition Crisis series.
Had a lot of fun drawing them with their outfits and items!
What’s up, dudes!
Here’s a fantasy art commission that I want to share with you! And requested by the awesome Scott Needham, creator of Quickstrike and Ignition Crisis series! And these characters are (from left to right): Viper (the ninja), Whistler (the elf slave), Sarah (the sorceress elf) and Carl (the warrior)
Don’t ask me why Sarah is naked. Enjoy!
This art commission is like a short break from the comic that I’m working on. And this art is requested by the awesome Scott Needham, the creator of Quickstrike webcomic!
I don’t remember when was the last time I drew a fantasy art, but I had a lot of joy drawing these two characters. Drawing food was the challenging part (because I never drew food before), but I learned a lot.
And drawing a fantasy art took me back to those days when I was crazy with the fantasy theme in my teenhoods. You know, Final Fantasy, D&D, The Lord of the Rings (The old animation movies) and a lot more.
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