And as I promised here's the picture of my dad's tattoo. I lied about the hairy back since I forgot they shaved it all off haha But the original design was just a Rampant Lion (the lions on the side) holding a banner but we weren't sure of what it was going to say as of yet. Then he had the idea of making it a larger tattoo across the back as you see and with the banner as such.
The tattoo artist originally had the banner straight across but dad was like no, I want it arched! So the tattoo guy looked at me, handed me the tracing paper and put me to work XD lol So I drew it arched and redrew the letters (letters were his, not mine) and he was complaining how he couldn't draw arched letters to save his ass and it was rather funny! He taught me that tattoo artists were pretty much just glorified tracers XD it's funny because it's true! Either way, he's still a great tattoo artist because he did all the shading in the banner, that wasn't me. Although I'm not happy that the top word didn't arch as much as I wanted it to :-/ oh well.
I also helped shade in the black parts on the lion ^_^ my first tattoo experience, it was nerve wracking but I did a pretty good job and didn't hurt my dad either lol although...come to think of it...I should have jabbed him a few times XD he deserves it lmao
And this was Viva's commission, I had to shrink it otherwise it was going to stretch the page bad and I hate stretched pages! So it became a little grainy here but still looks pretty good I think!
And this is just one of my Pony OC's, her name is Solar Sketch
This oil painting is done on a 12x16 canvas and finished in a 9 hour sitting, was a Christmas present to my Memere and the three roses signifies us three girls (Memere, Mom and Me)
Another oil painting, this one is 18x24 though and that rosy house thing is no longer rosy, it's more just a regular slate grey lol But I love the wine glass and the reflections! And the distortion of the stuff behind the glass ^_^
And an actual portrait of my dad done with Ball Point pen and then ink for the pure black there and a slight ink wash over the whole portrait to make it warmer rather than cool as the Ball Point makes it. Portrait is 14x10 (Resized so it looks grainy)
And last but not least of my more recent works except my pastel stuff from last semester, here's one of my friends; Ashely. This is done in Sharpie Pen and with pointalism (dots) lots and lots of dots. Took me about 20 hours to do this and is 12x12