A little Christmas gift I painted for a friend. I find it a lot of fun to take something that would normally be frightening and turn it into something cute (or vice versa!)Read More
It's not every day I'm commissioned to draw the iconic and horrifying springlock scene from Five Nights at Freddy's 3. And, well, let's say I took that task and ran with it. These types of commissions are my favourite because I get to cut loose and have a bit of grisly fun!Read More
The third entry in the Five Night's at Freddy's series released on Steam on the 2nd of March, 2015. I painted this to celebrate the game's second anniversary! It took two days, about ten hours in total, roughly. I have to say that I really enjoy painting dark, dramatic lighting like this, though it can be difficult to pull off in watercolour, and had a lot of fun with this one.
I can't believe it's been two years already! Time's flown, and what a ride it's been! Thank you Scott for this game series through which I've met so many friends, which inspired me to finally start putting my art out there and start writing a story I can stick with. I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with the series from now on, as well as any other games you make. Thank you!
I was asked to draw ALL of the Toy animatronics, so here's Toy Bonnie! He was a lot less troublesome than Freddy and didn't take as much work, thank goodness. I decided to make all of them shinier than they are in the game, firstly to match Toy Freddy (I did that to him out of necessity) and secondly because high gloss finishes are really fun to paint! I want to get some white India ink because my gel pen doesn't work well for large white spots, I might revisit this with the ink once I have it.Read More
So this started out as a joke/gift sketch for someone on Tumblr, but I just couldn't leave it at that and ended up fleshing it out into a full painting. The watercolours went haywire on this and I had to work around some pretty bad pilling on the paper, hence the extensive coloured pencil highlights and high gloss sheen. Just imagine that this dapper bear has been freshly turtle waxed for a big show!Read More
I simply couldn't draw Sans without Papyrus to go with him, so here he is! After Undertale I like to think that Papyrus stops taking lessons from Undyne and goes to a real cooking school instead. He's so good that he gets his own show on channel MTT!
Look at that smile, he's living the dream!
As before, this isn't too complicated, though it does have more to colour than the sheet I made for Sans.Read More