I decided I would participate in the #sailormoonredraw challenge going around on Twitter and Instagram! But! I wanted to put my own twist on it by crossing over with another character from a different piece of work…
And so here is… Sailor Chuuya! (Of course I go with Bungou Stray Dogs characters (^0^))….
Hello! And I’m here again for round 2 of OC May 2020!
I had this WIP sitting in my folder of my OC Akka cosplaying as Yukichi Fukuzawa from Bungou Stray Dogs (BSD) – they almost have the same personality, except Akka is a little more animated when it comes to showing emotions – and was too attached to let it go into the never-gonna-get-done pile!
Week #2 prompts were steampunk or elemental benders. Just having finished Kimetsu no Yaiba where the swordsmen have attacks based on elements like fire and water… I decided to use that little WIP and make Akka into an air bender swordswoman cosplaying from BSD!!!
I know… it’s a lot happening at the same time (^__^)”
Here it is below!
I’m a bit behind but fret not! I’ll be posting Week #3 and Week #4 soon!
I’m hosting my own May challenge this year all centered around original characters (OC)! Given time constraints, I’m always unable to participate in MerMay (popular month long art challenge where people draw mermaids) so I wanted to make my own challenge that I can participate in…
And that is OC May! A weekly art challenge with weekly themes and the main subjects being your beloved OCs!
Week #1 prompt was Studio Ghibli crossover/ Your OCs dressed as your favorite anime or movie characters. Pick either or do both! (You can find the rest of the weekly themes list on my Instagram! I’d love for you to join in, too!!!)
I did a Ghibli’s Princess Mononoke crossover with my OCs! Here it is below!
Heya! And woohoo! I’m not super late to a drawing challenge! (^o^)
Currently, as of posting this, there is a fun drawing challenge going on Twitter and Instagram where you draw fan art for six characters and you post them using the template! (Kind of like a fan art meets draw-this-in-your-style challenge)
The trend and template was created by @mcapriglioneart on Twitter.
Here is part one of my contribution to the challenge!