My web comic Angels' Power, started at the beginning of the year, has its own website here: http://ap.smirtouille.com
You can read the firste pages of the comic, learn about the protagonists and the world they live in, peopled by over 100 different characters. Lots of art as well.
Some progress on my horses. I have completed the Cheval Bayart, the Unicorn and Sleipnir. Although, the last I am not satisfied with and I will be remaking it next week. The two others have been donated to charity and I forgot to take a picture of the Unicorn. (I hope to take a pic the day they will be auctioned) I have also completed the last of the series, which I'm happy with.
Here is the Cheval Bayart, will be auctioned this coming Sunday.
The Sleipnir, which I'm showing only the head, the only part that I liked in the piece. I will be redrawing it in a different way.
The F. Horse as the last of the mythological series. I let you figure out which famous horse this is.
I should make more hands & guns studies instead of this. More characters. I will never be done portraying all my characters, even less since I get new ones every week. Never ending story. Why? Why? I'm writing this story in french: Hock. My brother is gonna complain about me drawing women-looking men and men-looking women. No, no manly women in this one. Hopefully two pretty chicks for later. Hopefully.
A series of mythological horses that I'm painting with gouache on a nice watercolor paper. My project for painting class this semester at St Mary's. I started the third one today and have many more ideas.
And my work space with cheval Bayart just started this afternoon. ^^ Very relaxing. I always enjoy painting or drawing horses.
I enjoyed that movie. I thought I'd draw a Gemma in a style close to the movie's, but I can't bring myself to make anime style lines. So I made something of my own, just flat colors, no lines, and pen tooled hair, sort of fake anime style. Then I made some eye candy. So very different than what I usually show, I don't usually show my small candies. I made this one a big candy just to show you.