Klawzie's Sketchblog

Posting doodles and dorkiness for all.

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Female Samurai
Okay, by “samurai” I don’t really mean “historical Japanese military noble”. I’m really referring to the type of character you can play in the game Tenra Bansho Zero - a type of warrior who is embedded with gems that give them extraordinary abilities at the cost of their humanity. Of course, if that’s not what you want to play, it’s easy enough to erase the gemstones and play a warrior chick.
If you’d like to learn more about the piece or about my Patreon project, follow the links! :)

Female Samurai

Okay, by “samurai” I don’t really mean “historical Japanese military noble”. I’m really referring to the type of character you can play in the game Tenra Bansho Zero - a type of warrior who is embedded with gems that give them extraordinary abilities at the cost of their humanity. Of course, if that’s not what you want to play, it’s easy enough to erase the gemstones and play a warrior chick.

If you’d like to learn more about the piece or about my Patreon project, follow the links! :)

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Kugutsu
In the game Tenra Bansho Zero, kugutsu are the tragic living dolls of the world. Carved from sacred trees by a master artisan, these dolls may not even know they’re not human - but they certainly know they’re prizes that wars may even be fought over. This portrait may also be useful for any setting where vaguely traditional (I specifically departed from strict historical accuracy) Japanese clothing may be appropriate.
If you’d like to learn more about the piece or about my Patreon project, follow the links! :)

Kugutsu

In the game Tenra Bansho Zero, kugutsu are the tragic living dolls of the world. Carved from sacred trees by a master artisan, these dolls may not even know they’re not human - but they certainly know they’re prizes that wars may even be fought over. This portrait may also be useful for any setting where vaguely traditional (I specifically departed from strict historical accuracy) Japanese clothing may be appropriate.

If you’d like to learn more about the piece or about my Patreon project, follow the links! :)

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EGL and Silly Slippers
The other EGL from the coloring book project I never launched. This one would be easier to edit if you thought the portrait suited a character, but didn’t like the bat on the mirror. If you don’t like her goofy slippers or the cat, that might be a little more difficult (but not impossible) to work around. ;)
If you’d like to learn more about the piece or about my Patreon project, follow the links! :)

EGL and Silly Slippers

The other EGL from the coloring book project I never launched. This one would be easier to edit if you thought the portrait suited a character, but didn’t like the bat on the mirror. If you don’t like her goofy slippers or the cat, that might be a little more difficult (but not impossible) to work around. ;)

If you’d like to learn more about the piece or about my Patreon project, follow the links! :)

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EGL With a Mirror
Resurrected from a coloring book that Ellen Million passed on, I decided to use the two of them I still liked for my Patreon project since neither had been publicly posted. This Elegant Gothic Lolita is holding a mirror. If you’re not into bats, you should be able to use a digital eraser and ditch them. ;)
If you’d like to learn more about the piece or about my Patreon project, follow the links! :)

EGL With a Mirror

Resurrected from a coloring book that Ellen Million passed on, I decided to use the two of them I still liked for my Patreon project since neither had been publicly posted. This Elegant Gothic Lolita is holding a mirror. If you’re not into bats, you should be able to use a digital eraser and ditch them. ;)

If you’d like to learn more about the piece or about my Patreon project, follow the links! :)

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Kofun Era Boy
I’ve been putting off plugging my Patreon project (wherein I draw random character portraits for people to use for their characters) for awhile so I could build up stock. Now that I have a good amount of pictures finished and shared, I figure it was time to start letting people know about it officially!
This is my first finished piece for the project, a Tenra Bansho Zero inspired boy (though he might be able to pass as a historical Japanese boy).
If you’d like to learn more about the piece or about my Patreon project, follow the links! :)

Kofun Era Boy

I’ve been putting off plugging my Patreon project (wherein I draw random character portraits for people to use for their characters) for awhile so I could build up stock. Now that I have a good amount of pictures finished and shared, I figure it was time to start letting people know about it officially!

This is my first finished piece for the project, a Tenra Bansho Zero inspired boy (though he might be able to pass as a historical Japanese boy).

If you’d like to learn more about the piece or about my Patreon project, follow the links! :)

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Hsien-Ko (Markers)
Marker color version of the Hsien-Ko (from Darkstalkers) piece I did about this time last year. I needed marker practice and all I’ve done with my Darkstalkers fanart so far is a few colored pencils mini print sized pieces.
Same process as previous: Sketched, inked, scanned, printed, colored, re-inked, scanned. (And fixed a few spots digitally, but I left most of my mistakes as-is.)
Blues and green are Copic markers, “pink” is a Prismacolor (a faded “Crimson Red”) with a pink NeoPiko on top of it to deepen the shading (which… doesn’t show well, oh well), yellows are NeoPikos. I think the red eyes are from a Roseart supertip, but there’s no telling. It was just the surest way of getting a good solid red in a perfect dot, so I used whatever cheapie red marker it was.

Hsien-Ko (Markers)

Marker color version of the Hsien-Ko (from Darkstalkers) piece I did about this time last year. I needed marker practice and all I’ve done with my Darkstalkers fanart so far is a few colored pencils mini print sized pieces.

Same process as previous: Sketched, inked, scanned, printed, colored, re-inked, scanned. (And fixed a few spots digitally, but I left most of my mistakes as-is.)

Blues and green are Copic markers, “pink” is a Prismacolor (a faded “Crimson Red”) with a pink NeoPiko on top of it to deepen the shading (which… doesn’t show well, oh well), yellows are NeoPikos. I think the red eyes are from a Roseart supertip, but there’s no telling. It was just the surest way of getting a good solid red in a perfect dot, so I used whatever cheapie red marker it was.

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