Secret Santa & Annual review

Christmas time is almost over, but I finally finished my drawing for Secret Santa. :'D

It shows Perona from One Piece.
I didn't watch the episodes with her yet... well, I hope I won't be disappointed when the time comes, because when I draw a figure, which I don't know from the Anime/Manga, I always create my own image of it in my head, which is often pretty different to the real character.. :'D

Annual review:
The year draws to a close. So, I thought it's time to look back on my artistic creations :D
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As you can see, I mainly painted a lot of Fanarts in the first half of the year. On the other hand, the second half was determinated by original paintings, which should transport certain messages.

Have a nice day! :)

Greetings, Sandra

Demon Lord Beelzemon

I just watched the third season of Digimon (Tamers) again and I totally felt in love with Beelzemon :'D
In my opinion, he has the most beautiful character design of all Digimon <3

I've drawn it with pastels on DIN A2, therefore I have a little picture here, which is supposed to help you imagine the real size :) 

I always had a crush on the bad guys :'D. Well *cough*..., maybe that's the influence of my evil personality ~

Ah yeah.. nostalgia... Remembering my childhood, I wish everything could be just like it was once.
Nowadays, you experience the same shit every day...

But: Mou man tai! :D

Every little sketch ~

~ is a big step towards success.
Since some of you asked me via mail to post more sketches, I decided to start this today.
Here we go:

From imagination.

 So, did you recognize the woman in the sketches above? It's Alice from Resident Evil 1 and 4 :D

Mou man tai! :D

The Joker

I've drawn this portrait as a present for a really good friend. She has birthday today and I recommend reading her beautiful blog. :)

The Joker is one of her favorite movie characters and Heath Ledger one of her favorite actors, which also applies to me :'D. I thought it would be a nice idea to paint her instead of the joker on the card he is holding.

I hope you like it, here is the WIP:

“I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”
(Albert Einstein)