20-year-old international political science student; Digital painter (Corel Painter X, Graphire3 tablet); Foil fencer, German speaker, nonfiction writer.
This will be used primarily as an art blog, plus ramblings about living in Marburg, Germany. I post art every few days -- mostly fantasy and environmental stuff. Contact me via deviantART if you'd like to do an art trade!
This is a pastel and ink art nouveau-style tribute to the book “Jonathan Livingston Seagull” by Richard Bach. It’s a wonderful little fable about a seagull who seeks to better himself by perfecting the art of flying. It’s a quick read, I recommend it!
My very first experiment with typography! These are lyrics from one of my favorite songs by Thees Uhlmann, “Sommer in der Stadt.” If you speak German (or even if you don’t!) I recommend his music, it’s great.
Clockwise from top left: Simpler Times, Wisdom, Cold, Quetzalcoatl, Bearer of Bad Weather, Sinking Soon, Field Sketch: Common Gryphon, Thieves, and Daydream — see clerical-error.deviantart.com for larger images. I’ll also trade for one of your own prints/ACEOs/sketches/whatever art you feel like instead of the $2.50, just ask!
I was having a terrible weekend until a very talented artist on dA messaged me saying I was one of her favorite artists and she’d like to do an ACEO trade with me. I almost died of niceness overload.;____; YOU GUYS ARE THE BEST!!:D
Some fanart for one of my very favorite games, Okami! I tried to make it look like it was made of cut paper. Not sure if it worked or not, but it was definitely fun. I’ll have prints of this for sale at Kumoricon this year.