A tiefling in the forest. A tiefling in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game, is a horned humanoid race. They usually have tails, maybe this Tim has a tale to tell about his lack of tail.
I made a fan art illustration of characters from Hilda. Hilda is a cartoon on Netflix based on a series of graphic novels by cartoonist Luke Pearson. My son enjoys when I read to him the Hilda graphic novels. We watched the show together when it came out on Netflix. Hilda is about a fearless girl who lives in a Nordic-like land full of trolls, elves, ghosts, giants and other mysterious creatures. Hilda (pictured in front) gets into adventures with her two Sparrow Scout friends, her mom and a cast of other characters. It is a very charming show. For all its charm, my son really likes the scary parts best.
Another illustration I created for Inktober 2018. I drew this illustration in Brazil and inked it here in the States. This one is of a druid going about his mysterious druid business. He had to do an errand, he had to pick a peck of Snide in a dark and gloomy Snide-field that was almost nine miles wide.
My first illustration for Inktober 2018. I created a fan art illustration of Dr. Strange. I looked at the comic book version of the character and the movie version depicted by Benedict Cumberbatch. I leaned more on the original version for my rendering of his costume. I added some Cthulhu looking statues in the background. I thought Dr. Strange was cool as a kid because he is a mysterious wizard that looks a great deal like Count Dracula. I did not really understand what Dr. Strange was all about as a kid.
My fan art illustration of Skeletor from Mattel’s Masters of the Universe franchise. Skeletor is the archenemy of He-Man and is a muscular blue humanoid with a hood over his bare-bone skull. He was always trying to conquer Castle Grayskull so he could rule Eternia. He was also always finding excuses to tie up Teela the captain of the royal guards. A friend sent me some messages about nostalgic He-man stuff and I had He-man on my brain all week.