On the anniversary of the first in this set, I have completed the last. This time last year we had only just started saying our goodbyes to Merlin, though I think we might never finish that endeavor.
This set I dedicate to all the love our fandom has shared over the years. May it live forever on.
Happy Birthday and 2 Year Anniversary to Stephanie, who continues to be the loveliest, most wonderful person in my life. You are the best part of every single day, and I wish upon all the stars in the sky to be with you, again, soon. Here is the completed piece of the set I started for you one year ago.
This piece took me ~8 hours, and I am so happy to see it completed. The symbols include: The Pendragon Crest, Excalibur, Phoenix (the constellation), Ygraine’s Sigil, Arthur’s Ring, Crossbow, Crown, Chalice, and Roses. Arthur is pictured in the colors of aquamarine, and he wears garnets.
Based on an email ad from the Gap I got a REALLY long time ago and absolutely adored… here’s my darling Lindsay.
~2 Hours :)
This piece took me about 7 hours in all. The symbols include: Flowers, Virgo (the constellation for Demeter), Hammer & Anvil, Sword & Shield, Needle & Thread, a Crown, a Deer, and a Pail.
Dragon Age: Origins meets BBC Merlin
This piece took about 8 hours in all, and I may not even be done with it! Hopefully this will be the first of many pieces in this vein.
This piece is dedicated to Ryan, without whom I never would have realized that more people wanted this crossover!
Background is a screenshot, borrowed from here.
For the wonderful Allan! Thank you so much for being a great bro, and Happy Birthday :)
Yes the pose is blatantly ripped off Nagisa from Free!, but Lindsay was begging to be drawn in lingerie, again, so here we have it.
(My scanner is missing so I had to mess with terrible effect editing on a photo of my drawing in order to show it off semi-okay. Hope it looks all right! (please ignore the right hand, though XD))
As much as I love the design for the most common version of Cecil, I couldn’t help but think that he always sounded so much more robust than the skinny little blonde guy we keep seeing around. Here’s your All American, desert-dwelling Cecil of Nightvale.