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Naean

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About Naean

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    Self-employed artist with affinity for fine detail pen drawings.

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    Society trends, community collaboration, being open minded, challenging certain perspectives, game development, general technology, art and design.
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    United Kingdom

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    Wrecked Window - Pane Pain A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. Berol Colourfine and Berol Colourbroad Fibre tipped pens on Ryman Bright white card.
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    Palm Atop The Rugged Embankment A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. Derwent Academy Watercolour Pencils on regular paper.
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    E-vase-ive Action A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. Inspired by the various fantastic pun and wordplay art pieces from Piper Thibodeau of Cryptid-Creations. 🙂 Drops of sweat were placed specifically on the petals. This is a reference to drops of rain water that can sometimes be seen on petals. BIC blue médium biro pen on regular paper.
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    Curly Bloboy A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. A blob, who is a boy, and is curly. The loop hair tuft is inspired by loop-de-loops from Sonic The Hedgehog video games. BIC blue médium biro pen on regular paper.
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    Borders 'N' Panels A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. The borders and panels are inspired by the different user interface themes from the three video games packaged within the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy video game. BIC blue médium biro pen on regular paper.
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    Cheers a bunch! 🙂 I want to gradually improve my skills with accurately drawing from observation (Drawing not primarily from memory and not just by stylising existing elements.), and I thought that an art series such as this would be a cool way to do so. :-3 Pokémon Customs: #2 - Ivysaur Apologies for some missing dates regarding when I worked on this piece. I had a mini rollercoaster of emotions way back when I originally drew this, and I was quite stressed while this piece was a work in progress. Due to this, I lost track of time, didn't work on this piece at a consistent pace, and didn't log down all dates. Reference Source: https://www.pokemon.com/uk/pokedex/ivysaur.
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    Thank you very much, delighted that you like them! 🙂 Regarding "The Molten-Mechanical Clash.", it's not often that I come up with an idea that not only really appeals to me, but also get to execute it that well, however this piece was such an occasion. ^o^ I don't know precisely how the idea came to mind, either. One day I just suddenly thought to myself "I'd like to draw a scene where fire and technology collide", and I took it from there. As I continued to draw, I became inspired by various video game elements too. I managed to get it finished right before the end of 2017, and I was very satisfied with the end result. It brings me such a great amount of joy to see other people like it as well, makes the month or so spent working on the piece feel extra fulfilling. ^w^ I have a currently ongoing art series, called Pokémon Customs. In this art series, I'll draw each Pokémon's original outline, then fill the rest of it with my own details. All art in this series will be done on individual A5 sheets, using BIC blue médium biro pen on Ryman Bright white card. "Customs" logo segment, and name of this art series, are inspired by Los Santos Customs from Grand Theft Auto V. This art series' logo also uses a slightly edited variant of the original Pokémon logo. The Pokémon Customs logo was designed using Serif DrawPlus X8 computer software. Pokémon Customs: #1 - Bulbasaur Reference Source: https://www.pokemon.com/uk/pokedex/bulbasaur. I haven't worked on this art series for a while, as I have been working on other things. However, I plan to return to this art series at some point later this year. 🙂
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    Scattered Sources. A drawing that I have done on an individual A5 sheet. BIC blue médium biro pen on Ryman Bright white card.
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    Thank you very much, glad you like it! 😄 The Molten-Mechanical Clash. A drawing that I have done on page 6 in my Daler-Rowney A4 Optima Spiral Pad. The overall idea of the rocky fire is inspired by Lava Reef Zone Act 1, however the fine details of the molten magma is inspired by the finely detailed foliage ground in Mushroom Hill Zone. The lazer gun is inspired by the Railgun weapon from Grand Theft Auto V. (Microsoft Windows/Microsoft Xbox One/Sony PlayStation 4.) BIC blue médium biro pen on cartridge paper.
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    Twirling together. A drawing that I have done on page 5 in my Daler-Rowney A4 Optima Spiral Pad. The eyes on the face in the blue circular shape are inspired by a style of eye decoration seen on clown faces. Led pencil, WHSmith Oil Pastels, Ryman Coloured Pencils, Berol Colourfine, Berol Colourbroad and Berol Colourbrush Fibre tipped pens on cartridge paper.
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    Segments of individuality. A drawing that I have done on an individual A5 sheet. This piece has many different sources of inspiration, but most notable are those of aquatic and medieval origin. BIC blue médium biro pen on Ryman Bright white card.
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    Somebody over on Sonic Retro Forums stated that they love this drawing, so it seems that there may be a common likening to this piece in particular. 🙂 This is also certainly among my top 10 in terms of favourite drawings that I have done. I'm rather fond of this character design, I'm delighted that you like the character too! Native Nature Nurture Guardian. Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 40 The hair-esque ears have a combined inspiration from 2 sources: one of them is the hair on the Bubbles character from The Powerpuff Girls series, the other is the ears on the Milla Basset character from the Freedom Planet series. The eyes (Except the pupils.), nose and mouth are inspired by the faces on characters from the Happy Tree Friends series. The muzzle is inspired by the muzzle on Tails. The butterfly pattern on the belly is inspired by phrases such as "butterflies in my stomach". The heels are inspired by the stick of the Braixen Pokémon. Also, while not a deliberate inspiration, the left and right sides of the waist are also likely to be subconsciously inspired by the waist of that same Pokémon. This post concludes my Bramblewood A5 Notebook posts.
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    Robotic emotions of uncertainty. Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 39 The ears are inspired by the top of one of the flowers from Green Hill Zone. The fingers (Excluding the thumbs.) are inspired by the fingers of Metal Sonic.
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    Glass Stained Abstract Pane. A drawing that I have done on page 4 in my Daler-Rowney A4 Optima Spiral Pad. There are two main inspirations behind this piece: One is blocky abstract art, and the other is some stained glass that I have seen on some buildings in my city's town area. I thought that it would be interesting to combine these two elements together. Additionally, the shape of the encompassing black frame is inspired by the shape of the Microsoft Windows 8 operating system logo. Led pencil, Derwent Academy Watercolour Pencils, Berol Colourfine and Berol Colourbroad Fibre tipped pens on cartridge paper.
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    Rural decadence. A drawing that I have done on page 3 in my Daler-Rowney A4 Optima Spiral Pad. My main inspirations behind this piece come from the various nature oriented pieces that were painted by Bob Ross in his television show The Joy of Painting. In fact, this piece was drawn entirely while watching and listening to episodes of the show on Twitch's website. The page for this can be found here: https://www.twitch.tv/bobross. The blue and purple colouring at the bottom portion of this piece is supposed to represent the sea, while the blue colouring at the top of this piece is supposed to represent the sky. My attempt at drawing the sea and sky didn't come out nearly as obvious as I would have liked, but I still am very fond of this piece overall nonetheless. 🙂 Led pencil and Derwent Academy Watercolour Pencils on cartridge paper.
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