In 2016, I began working a lot more with programs like Paint Tool Sai and Firealpaca, I finally got my first tablet(It was about goddamn time. Around this point I was starting to get frustrated drawing with a mouse.), and I started to experiment a bit more. Throughout this year, you see me attempt different methods of doing things. Some that worked, some that didn't quite hit the mark.
Felt like I should share what my humans looked like at this point. Answer is really round.
This is Nasuki. Was a bit of a weeb in naming him, I know. :(:( 'Nother dragon lad. I think I've gotten across just how much I loved and still love dragons and dinosaurs at this point. He was meant to be a really powerful, but physically frail dragon with a lot of links to a criminal underground. Pretty sure I came back to Paint Tool SAI around this time?
I could've looked at any reference for any video game controller. Instead, I drew whatever that is. I'm so sorry, gamers. u_u
Hehe beelaris. Spike tail. Stinger. Spike butt. Bees. Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.
Participated in Art Fight again this year! Head-to-body size ratio is still ridiculous, but cute ink dog okay? :(
'Nother Art Fight one. The state of my dinos aren't that bad this year, but you can tell I haven't the slightest clue how to implicate muscle or anything so all these limbs look either too thin or too short and thick. Someday, little borb.
The first and last bit of respect Mythos got was a light redesign. I'm so sorry. u_u
I still really like how menacing this looks. Perfect for Farsight, a character just made of stink eye.
WINE AND DINE ME BEFORE YOU GIVE ME FUCK-ME EYES, HOLY SHIT. Geometric canines no bueno no bueno umumumu
This still looks really cute years later bite me. I just wish the legs looked a little more... attached?
When did 15 year old me actually get good This piece of art still stands as one of the best drawings I've done from this time. How the hell did that happen? I genuinely can't tell you. Maybe it was just me being more patient then usual?
Definitely not not the best thing I've drawn this year(I already said which one is) but this drawing always stood out to me as a favorite. I think its because I really like how I stylized a Dilong(Yes that's the name of the species. Shut up.) to look just sort of... huggable and friendly?
Somewhere in 2016, me and a friend started going back and forth about this kinda lazily done adopt I acquired from someone on DA until we ended up with a story we named Death's Apprentice. This is the protagonist of that story idea, but as a cat because Goddamn Motherfucking Furries™.