COMBO DAY! AUGUST ART CHALLENGE DAYS 16 & 17: FANDOM FRIDAY/INTUOS PRACTICE
Today is a combo day because I was at GenCon/in Indianapolis from 8AM until midnight so uh yeah art did not happen.
SO INSTEAD here’s an extra-special combo! I forgot to ask for fandom recommendations this week, so instead I drew something related to The Cloud Factory. This is Penrose!
she’s way cooler than that other penrose we all knowI also very much want her clothing.
I’m considering using another Intuos Practice day to actually “finish” this piece. I’m terrified of the illustration process past this because it either looks great or terrible and it’s usually where I give up. Hence why there are only base colors on this.
Of course, you’ll notice that I forgot her jewelry. I’ll have to add that in later.
Fanart Friday Feature #2: DAISY!
And I guess Penrose is there too or whatever.
trying super hard not to trash everything i draw in the comments section!
cloud factory fanart! kinda embarrassed but oh well it’s done! goin to sleep!
IT’S FANART FRIDAY! Kicking things off with this beautifully painted scene of the kids, featuring the most important character in the comic: Daisy.
Vol. 0 Preview: Mini-prints #2 and #3! Molly & Théo cameo portraits.
These serve a dual purpose, both as interior art for the book and as standalone mini-prints for the print pack. I wanted a classic look for these pieces that would be typical of the times, so I tried to channel my inner Rockwell. There’s a little bit of Leyendecker in there too, I think.
Penrose ‘Perfect Angel Hottie Tottie’ Na’Melorra from Lexxy’s comic The Cloud Factory. I love her a lot hush. She’s leaning on an invisible counter
Vol 0. Preview: Mini-Print #1! William and Penrose Na’Melorra.
I’ve been DYING to paint these two ever since I finalized their designs, especially since all that’s out there for them right now are super simple concept sketches, but Molly and Théo have been dominating promotional artwork like they’re the main characters or something. They won’t appear in the comic for a few more pages yet, so I’m really glad I planned this piece.
The clothes they’re wearing here are traditional formal outfits appropriate to their station in life. While their family is fairly wealthy, they are merchants by trade. As such, they lack the extra layers of silk and brocade one might expect on nobility, but still enjoy the vibrant hues and precious metals befitting members of high society.
Not that they mind. All that extra fabric gets uncomfortably hot.
The Cloud Factory is a fantasy adventure webcomic by Alexandra Douglass.
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