Fantasy Characters in Pencil



Hello Friends!

The other day before I painted the nude woman for my class, I drew these guys!

The one on the left is a Spriggan and the other is called a Boogie. I didn’t put them in a scene since I was just drawing them as character studies.

I used my book by Linda Ravenscroft called “The Fairy Artist’s Figure Drawing Bible.” 

I really love this book! There are so many different types of fairies and other characters to draw. And she also shows her color palettes for painting each one! She is a really great artist. I am enjoying going through this book.

I recently ordered a book about mermaids. It is not a “how-to draw” book, though. It is more about the different types and their history. So I do plan on drawing some soon!

Have a wonderful day and give someone you love a big hug! 😀


About whitefeatherfloating

When I began this blog I was simply going to share my writing. However, after being part of the blogging world for quite some time now, I decided to begin sharing my artwork. Patsy's Creative Corner will always have my artwork. Thanks for visiting! :)

Posted on June 12, 2020, in Art Talk and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Love the way these two sketches are wonderfully Disney-esque!

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  2. These are the kind of characters that could give me nightmares, especially the big guy.

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