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Dragon Age Origins: A Mage’s Diary  An illustrated walkthrough of Bioware Dragon Age Origins game in the shape of a diary sketchbook by Gaylen Amell, mage, survivor of Ostagar and Warden.
Yet another of my videogame illustrated walkthroughs, sketched as I progress into the game
Fanart: all characters and places in this book belong to Bioware and this is a non-profit publication

Dragon Age Origins: A Mage’s Diary
An illustrated walkthrough of Bioware Dragon Age Origins game in the shape of a diary sketchbook by Gaylen Amell, mage, survivor of Ostagar and Warden.

Yet another of my videogame illustrated walkthroughs, sketched as I progress into the game

Fanart: all characters and places in this book belong to Bioware and this is a non-profit publication

brianmichaelbendis:

Amy Pond by Brian Stelfreeze

brianmichaelbendis:

Amy Pond by Brian Stelfreeze

Wanna build your own robot? I sketched this guide to hack a Hexbug toy and add a microcontroller and sensors so they can navigate on their own and communicate with each other. If you know some electronics, you can probably work with this. 

killapede:

drawing lots of places this summer

qeti:

2nd set of ointb doodles! the first one is over here.

and since some of you guys asked, i put up a print over on s6 of all of them!

Grazalema is a tiny village settled in a nest of rocks in Cadiz. We spent a weekend there drawing around a couple of weeks ago. These are the spreads from my travel sketchbook.

staceythinx:

Cosmopolis is a series of colorful guides to cities around the world by Aldo Crusher

shiyoonkim:

Hermione’s last minute study crunch before exams!

shiyoonkim:

Hermione’s last minute study crunch before exams!

A while ago, I did this miniproject to illustrate the four races in Avatar, the Last Airbender in the style of the ethnic group I believed they were modelled after. For some reason, I never finished the air nomads, so last week I decided it was time to close the project. This is it:

-Air Nomads: Tibetan style
-Fire Nation: Ukiyo-e (japanese) style
-Earth Kingdom: Chinese style
-Water tribe: Innuit style

More ATLA illustrations in my blog: Been there, drawn that

hkrieg:

I love seeing artists’ reference selfies side-by-side with the finished work! So, here are some of mine, from this here Chinfographic.

Reference is important! Just don’t use Photobooth, like I did…