Say hello to my character, Mia!
A little character design about a main topic “Black People with Big Glasses”.
I liked the idea of characters who are very jazzy with this color palette. Is funny.
With penguins as well. They match with them.
Also I had inspiration of Garnet from SU.
I wanted to share this with you! It is a poster a made some months ago for a challenge 🌱🥰
I didn’t win, in the end, but I still think it looks good.
It was also a personal challenge to put so many details in a picture, and the style is far away from my comfort-zone 🎨
I hope you’ll like it!! 🤗
Concept art/ character sheets for the #tangledhappilyeverafterau
I took inspiration from the seven kingdom sheets to make some. I’m currently planning arcs and stuff like that. I have an idea where I’m taking the first act of animatics to go but I’m still selecting music and all that jazz.
(Yes I know the show is over and that I’m not some professional Disney artist or anything but a guy can dream okay-)
I don’t own the TTS series. I’m simply borrowing it and building up on one of their most lovable characters. (Who I felt like was cheated out of an amazing villain/redemption arc) This is a solo passion project. I claim nothing but the art.
My name is Tabs, and I’m an aspiring Character Designer + Storyboard Artist! I’ve had this account for a long while, but it’s been a bit since I’ve posted. I’ve just started up art again to prepare my portfolio! I hope you enjoy what I have to offer!
Below are a couple examples of my recent work:
If you like what you see, you can find me here as well:
INSTAGRAM - @tabsersart
TWITTER - @tabsers
YOUTUBE - tabsers
Thanks for viewing!
Warren Full color Artwork.
Here’s another oc!
Sold by her own parents at the age of 2, Abigayle grew into slavery until the age 10, when one day her current master, the (human) Lord of a small town beat her within an inch of her life for stealing a loaf of bread from the kitchen. All the little girl remembered of that night is that she fell unconscious, only to wake up the next day on the outskirts of the town, hearing stories of a five-headed Hydra killing the Lord and ravaging all in its path. Taking it as her moment to escape, young Abigayle disappeared into the nearby woods. One day, not long after, she was found by a wandering human Druid lady called Gröa Johansson, who took in the young girl to raise as her own. The years passed, as Abigayle and her mother travelled the world, with Gröa training her daughter in the arts of druidcraft. Gröa found it to be of the utmost importance that Abigayle should learn the druidic arts, as the two discovered that the young woman had the power to unconsciously transform into monstrous creatures beyond simple animals, a power beyond most other druids. Sadly, a life so wonderful was not meant to last. At the age of 18, during a boat travel, a storm stranded Abigayle and Gröa on an island ruled by savage Admirs (dragon people, if you read my old posts it is all described there). They assaulted the duo, and while Gröa managed to distract the Admirs long enough for Abigayle to escape, the cost was her life. For the following years, the grief stricken Abigayle made her home in a cave beside a lake on the island, passing her days either by drinking herself into unconsciousness after assaulting a village and stealing their supplies, or by enacting her vengeance, seducing bothe the men and women that passed through her forest only to turn into a bear, lion or crocodile to maul them to death. After 4 years, the entire island whispered the story about the “Blood Fairy” of the woods, who lured people in the depths of her forest and then leave their mutilated carcass at the entrance of their village on the next morning. One day however, word came to Abigayle that the island had been attacked by pirates. The young woman raced to the nearest village and there she found them, a band of malevolent cutthroats, pillaging and burning all in their path. Without a second thought, she approached them and their captain a tall young Demon with bright purple skin, asking them to join their crew. She said that after everything life had taken from her, it was her time to take back all that she could get her hands on, and she offered her services as a druid and a medic. The captain was instantly smitten with her impossible beauty and her fierce personality and agreed. As time passed, the captain and Abigayle grew ever closer, eventually getting engaged and then married, though Abigayle chose to maintain the name Johansson in honor of her mother Gröa. Now Abigayle “Blood Fairy” Johansson sails the endless seas alongside the joyful and sadistic crew of the “Murderous Lady”, bringing merriment to her friends, and terror to her enemies.