pokeddexy day 9: favorite ghost type
ghost type is such a cool type hhh i wish i could have drawn banette too both are really rad
GOTTA READ ABOUT ‘EM ALL: KANTO FIELD GUIDE
The talented illustrator, Kari Fry, has been working hard to create a stunning, new book featuring the original 151 Pokemon. The guide features 158 color pages packed with illustrations, descriptions and even a map of the Kanto region.
I made this! ♥ Took the better part of a year. ;_; Finally done~
oh my gosh
#POKEDDEX Day 8 - Ghost - #609 Chandelure
this is from last year and it rocks
i’m back! there are 21 6th gen pokemon a-e to catch up with, and here is the first
A few human Raava concept sketches for the Beginnings AU with Kyonz!
Shortly after Raava begins traveling with Wan, she adopts a human form to better understand the way of the humans. Her initial appearance is older, but she de-ages as she grows weaker from Vaatu’s increasing power.
I designed Raava, but in all the time we worked on those episodes I never once thought of how she might look as a human. So it was a delight to see the flood of anthropomorphized fanart once the “Beginnings” episodes aired. In hindsight, it makes sense that people would imagine that, especially hearing her very-human voice, but for me she was always a kite-squid-spirit thing.
Of all the cool and amusing human interpretations of her and Vaatu, this is one of my favorites so far. Exquisite drawings. And I love the idea that she grows younger as her power wanes!
The Light Visions Tarot, a full 78 card tarot deck- now available for preorder through Kickstarter. More information, rewards, and fun at the link:
Illustriation by Mark Zug, for Harlan Ellison’s screenplay version of Isaac Asimov’s “I, Robot”.
canyon take off.
personal sketch. 2013
From our latest Guide to Graphic Storytelling Kickstarter campaign: P. Craig Russell took his original art for the cover to The Graveyard Book, did some additional drawing on the piece, then lovingly hand-colored it so that we can offer it—sans logo and credits—as a fine art Giclée print for the Graphic Storytelling Vol. 4 campaign.
All fine art Giclée prints will have an image area of approximately 15″ high x 10″ wide (the same as the original art) with a 2″ border on all sides. Total print size (with the borders) will be approximately 19″ high x 14″ wide. This fine art Giclée is printed with archival UltraChrome inks on 100% cotton acid-free rag paper. All prints will be personally signed by P. Craig Russell and they will ship out in a sturdy mailing tube.