Some werewolf again, for something more fitting of this month.
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Things have been busy. And dizzying!
My brother's wedding on the 10th went wonderful. This said it was really busy and coming back home it took me almost the whole week after to get my things back together.
I'm slowly getting back there thouh and managed to start producing artwork proper again yesterday starting with this latest little roundbird(and little it is, expect another pic for some size refference).
And the last of the sketch rewards for the month, thanks to everyone who backed for these rewards!
This said, with so much of the month still left, do expect more personal pieces to get posted here in the coming weeks.
This month, the request from an anonymous backer was for the character of Aisha from an anime known as Outlaw Star.
The request for this month was for a female werewolf at the start of her changes.
I was given a couple of refs to draw a 80s werewolf for this one ^^
A more demonic follow-up to last month's reward >.> <.<
First of the completed rewards, an hen TF was what was being asked.
Of course, I had to draw at least one werewolf lady for this <.<
Working on the current confirmed patreon rewards now but before I do here is a roundbird to start things up.
I decided that instead of working with pencil for my therapy doodles this month, I decided to try my hand at that inktober challenge. Like most of my therapy sketches, this was done in less than 15 minutes.
Done with black pens and white gelpens.
So a new month is starting and payments are being collected. As always, backers with rewards will thus be contacted soon to asks what they wishes for this month's reward.
At the same time I wished to address the recent hack on Patreon many folks have heard about.
I know many have their own opinions regarding it and I wouldn't blame them. Myself... sadly unless a Patreon alternative crop up, I cannot leave Patreon or afford to lose the entirety of the income I earn from it.
The harm has been done and for now I am not even certain if any other alternative would be any more secure(commenters on Ars Tecnica have noted how frightfully common a mistake like what happened at Patreon is over the web in general due to how frighteningly many sites cut into their QA testing).
As a result I will keep this page up and continue to post artwork as I always did since starting it this year.
And last(but not least in my eyes), a nekomata for a generous anonymous backer.
This one was a great pleasure to work on for a most awesome of person.
Sadly, my heavy pencil hand shows :X
Perhaps one of my first time drawing anything related to superheroes. ^^;
One of Onom's character per their request.
A werecrow for Spacix :)
Tried to play with perspective a bit.
Much later than I would have liked, due to a lot of unexpected stuff(including a cold in the middle of the month costing me an entire week and almost an half more) but I am now in the process of posting the last of the patreon reward sketches :)
A digital painting to keep with my met monthly goal and to celebrate the Super Blood Moon and Draw a Werewold Day in general. :)
Available on my public galleries, but put behind backers filter here on Patreon due to mature content.
I was feeling a bit drowsy that day <.<
It's silly how happy I was with this design. I've since tried to reuse it for a couple more pics. I'm definitively tempted to make this one more than a sketch.
Now that I'm back to working order, here is the first of the Patreon sketch rewards for the month.
Hey there folks. I'm starting to recover a bit from my cold which has meant I've finally got working proper again on commissions and Patreon rewards.
This particular picture here is a commission completed today which I will be posting here for backers' early viewing pleasure before it goes online on my main galleries later.
In this case, the commission was a character design request from an aquaintance who had the loose idea of a silly character design for a "battlecook" but wasn't sure about the specifics beyond a "two headed wolf/cow hybrid".
So one battlefork, battle appron and battle cleaver later, here she(they?) stands.
Also, work has begun on patreon rewards, so expect at least one of these to be posted tomorrow!
Fighting off a bit of a nasty cold I catched right after the convention(I guess this is what I get for attending a multiple days event with 100-150k attendees ^^; ), but I figured I'd post this.
It's one of the therapy exercises sketches I've done since my last therapy session. Those were to be sketches no more than 15 minutes in production lenght, to be done every days (whenever possible) with no regard to actual finished product more than just drawing but also find some pleasure in it.
In this bird's case, this sketches was inspired by a good companion's character, a crow by the name of Edison.
A bit of a very late head's up, but I will be leaving for Fan Expo on September 2 until the 7th where I will be meeting with a couple of friend there and likely take the occasion to visit Toronto a bit as well.
This was something that had been in the planning(since well before this summer) since a while and I probably could not had made it were it not for an aquaintance with whom I will be driving to the place and sharing hotel room costs with.
As such I've been mostly busy preparing but still did some small amount of art to likely be posted when I return.
Meanwhile, I would wishes to thank everyone backing this Patreon. Your support has meant a lot to me, and likely more than you believe it does.
This year has actually been rather rough for me as I found myself battling a nasty depression that forced me to abandon my last job. While I have had(and continue to have) the support of family to get back on my feet, the financial support of this Patreon has been a godsend.
With it and commissions, I have notably been able to afford therapy which I hope will help me back on my two feet proper again. There has certainly been some minor improvements since then even though I am not certain I am quite there.
One thing which has recently helped with trying to tackle recent art block has been a small exercise of trying to sketch a small drawing in no more than 15 minutes every days without trying to concern myself too much with results. While not all of them are neccessarily great, there have been a couple of small sketches that I produced which I liked the results of, and generally the experience has been cathartic.
This is where my small unofficial poll come in. More or less, just to keep things short, while I wouldn't be uploading everything... would you backers be interested in seeing those sketches even though their content isn't always related to this patreon's themes?
And here is the last of the Patreon sketches reward, for a backer who mentioned their preference to remain anonymous.
They requested an image relating to the transformation of a little known DC character named Karen Ramis being transformed into a version of something called the Lion Avathar due to an alien meteorite.
A bit of a (slight) change from all the recent werelupines lately, Darius reuested from me this month a sketch of a 1920s newscaster having a most hyenid transfiguration.
It seems to apparently be a most hilarious of experience.
A digital painting I did now that this goal has been met :)
I wanted to practice more fantasy themes and imagery a bit, while also practicing some alternative minimalist palettes a bit as well.
Tomorrow, I will likely be shipping the first of the Cardboard sketches rewards while finishing what two other rewards which remains.
And the first of my cardboard sketches to be shipped to the corresponding backer :)
I have thus completed all sketches rewards for which backers responded. If you backed at a personalized art reward but have not yet received yours, please contact me via the note system here or email at email@example.com . There is still one 15$ and one 50$ backers whom I am still waiting to hear from.
When it came to the supernatural creature draw, this character was perhaps dealt a poor card.
The WerePotoo Bird. Such a magnificent creature of the night.
Another of Onom's characters for his sketch reward this month, this time under a mix of demonic and corvid influences per his request.
In the end the weekend has been busier than expected, but here is the first of the sketch rewards for the Patreon this month, specifically Barricade's. They wished for me to draw the werewolf version of a character from the Teen Wolf cartoon many years ago.
Just a bit of a status update that I am currently working on the current batches of reward sketches for backers. Already have a couple completed that, should everything go well, be scanned tomorrow. Having a couple of guests here so I'll have to see how things go.
Now, this said, I'm currently still waiting for the responses of two backers for their rewards. So if you have backed at the 15$ or 50$ level and haven't yet got in contact with me for your reward, I would like you to check either your emails or messages here on Patreon so we can hash out the details of your sketches :)
Today is the first of August which means a new month. As a result, pledges should eventually soon all processed in a matter of days.
Assuming everything goes well, it will means I will have reached just over two hundred dollars this month. Which means a couple of things.
First: the digital painting goal will have been truly met this time around, which mean that over the month I will be working on a digital painting to be posted here for early-viewing by my Patreon backers. For that, I thank you all.
Second: There is quite a lot of pledge rewards to complete. Sketches but also, for the first time around, drawings done on carboards pledged for at shipping prices. This thus means that once every pledges are properly processed, everyone who pledged amounts for a digital or physical(such as the shipped cardboard sketches) rewards will be contact over their preferred venue to discuss the details of their chosen reward picture.
Finally, due to my life situation giving me a bit more time than usual I have also begun to write myself a more formal schedules for days dedicated to work on commissions and Patreon works. Today being a day set exclusively for the later, I will thus be focusing on works specifically for this Patreon to be posted later this week. I intend to produces at least one traditional color medias images, which will be something most of you will thus be able to look forward to this week.
All of this said, I want to thank all of you for your support. I doubt you realizes how much it means to me, but it truly does a lot. Here's hoping for me that you will continue to enjoy the works I will be producing here.
A tradition I am trying to reunite with is to sketch out some werewolves on wednesdays and every Draw a Werewolf Days(aka: the full moon).
Dresses can be such a handful(pawful?) for the recently changed lycanthrope.
Another sketch was made publicly available on my twitter here:https://twitter.com/Ludovic0006/status/626578363608645633
The lineart done for a flat-color commission which I recently completed. The commissioner had asked for a picture of her character transforming into a variant of hellhound. While the flat colored version was posted on Weasyl(https://www.weasyl.com/submission/1050779/commission-possessed-by-the-hounds-of-hell), I felt the lineart was interesting enough to share here on it's own.
And finally, to close this latest batch of Patreon rewards, a sequel to Darius' previous reward sketch:https://www.patreon.com/posts/2690556
The original background behind these two:
"A man infected by a disease that is slowly turning him into a monstrous feral wolf. Each day he watches himself becoming more the monster, he starts looking at his friends like food, and becomes increasingly angry at clothes and technology. It takes 28 days for the change to happen, and he was exposed a week ago. His reflection tells him he can no longer pass for human out in the world."
As a continuation of his sketch pledge's reward from last month:https://www.patreon.com/posts/2719798
The first of this month's four reward sketches!
Techniccally not complete(it still needs to be polished), but another work in progress of something I was working on lately that I felt might be interesting to share it.
This was just after laying colors in a multiply layer over the painting shaded sketch.
So due a cancelled pledge the Digital Painting Goal was not met this month sadly.
This said, it didn't prevent me from at least attempting a small personal practice of a more limited scope that I will also upload later everywhere else.
Consider this a light preview of things to come ;)
A little something else I'd worked on recently.
Of course I wouldn't be myself without posting some werewolves ;)
Part of a batch of sketch I've recently completed.
Figured it was time to start posting stuff in the "fantasy" category of this Patreon ;)
Been a while since I last uploaded a rough simple sketchwork like this but after some deliberation I decided to share this here.
If there's one place where I can share something like this, this would be it.
As the tag in the title says, this one's NSFW.
Little known in the U.S. is that the 24th of June also happens to be St-John Baptist day. While this day is of not so much(as far as I know) importance elsewhere, St-John Baptist happens to be the patron saint of french canadians, making the 24th of June an holiday here in Quebec.
So after finishing up a sketch for a commission this morning and then visiting a friend at the hospital who just gave birth to a son yesterday, I went to visit family for festivities and a BBQ they hosted for family and friends thanks to the good weather.
It was overall a good day, with lot of good people and time.
So it was very nice to return home and see that the 120$/month goal was just met.
Which means that, if every pledges processes at the end of this month, I will be starting a digital painting to be completed in July.
Truly, today is a good day. Thank you everyone.
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