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Naean

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  1. Art #96 -- Eyenchor A drawing that I have done on page 13 in my Daler-Rowney A4 Optima Spiral Pad. BIC blue médium biro pen on cartridge paper. Art #97 -- Lightcickles A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. Lights inside icicles that are shaped like sickle blades. Berol Colourfine and Berol Colourbroad Fibre tipped pens on Ryman Bright white card. Art #98 -- Crooked Smile A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. The eye and mouth in this piece are inspired by some grass and ground areas on a page of a Sonic The Hedgehog calender, which I discovered courtesy of Black Squirrel on Sonic Retro here: forums.sonicretro.org/index.php?showtopic=25575&st=525&p=936448&#entry936448. BIC blue médium biro pen on Ryman Bright white card. Art #99 -- Dilampidated A drawing that I have done on page 14 in my Daler-Rowney A4 Optima Spiral Pad. HB Led Pencil (From a Grafix 45 Artist Assorted pencils set.) on cartridge paper. Art #100 -- Fancy Fox Face A drawing that I have done on page 15 in my Daler-Rowney A4 Optima Spiral Pad. This piece is inspired by the Fennekin character from the Pokémon series, and the Miles "Tails" Prower character. Additionally, this piece is quite heavily inspired by one of my previous pieces, "Curly Bloboy", and is partially inspired by another one of my previous pieces, "Rustic Tribal Cyclops Insignia". Furthermore, this piece is inspired by the styles of one-tone/one-colour tattoos. This piece also contains some elements inspired by leaves. Berol Colourbrush Fibre tipped pen on cartridge paper.
  2. Thank you very much! 🙂 How long it takes me to complete drawings varies from piece to piece. Some art pieces are finished within about an hour, while others can take around a month to complete. It depends on a variety of factors, such as level of detail, scope of each drawing, quantity of different mediums used, etcetera. The dates alongside my drawings provide an approximate idea of time spent, but they're not time specific. Intricately detailed drawings aren't for everyone, but you may find it interesting to try at least once. Personally, the intricate biro pen (And also more recently led pencil.) drawings remain my favourite kind of art to create, as it aligns with my general interests of fine attention to detail. :-3
  3. Art #95 -- Marblava Volcanicity A drawing that I have done on page 12 in my Daler-Rowney A4 Optima Spiral Pad. This piece is inspired by Marble Zone from Sonic The Hedgehog, Lava Reef Zone from Sonic Mania and Sonic The Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles, and Volcano Valley Zone from the SEGA Saturn iteration of Sonic 3D Blast: Flickies' Island. HB Led Pencil (From a Grafix 45 Artist Assorted pencils set.) on cartridge paper.
  4. Oh yeah, absolutely, I hear you on that. 3D. Sonic in general has failed to grab my attention in a significant manner since Sonic Adventure, but I would not want the 3D. Sonic series of games to die off. I see a massive ocean of missed 3D. Sonic game potential that SEGA have not yet truly tapped into successfully. Unfortunately, regular subpar 3D. Sonic games published by SEGA, alongside the mass praised and well received Sonic Mania (And Sonic Mania Adventures.), results in official marketing and word-of-mouth buzz being mostly Classic Sonic focused. Until SEGA get their act together with Modern Sonic, and produce a 3D. game which is at least close to Sonic Mania quality, unfortunately I don't see SEGA pushing much Modern Sonic stuff besides occasional promotion of spin-off games such as Team Sonic Racing. I'm still holding out hope that SEGA manage to gather developers which can produce a really solid 3D. Sonic game, but as of late, that avenue sadly hasn't been looking promising. Things have been sadly very lacking on that front.
  5. I too am sick to death of SEGA rehashing Green Hill Zone and Chemical Plant Zone time and time again. What was exciting for me to see re-imagined back in 2011 with Sonic Generations, has now become increasing frustration as I see them churning out these levels repeatedly to the point of utter exhaustion. What I don't want to see go away, however, is the gameplay formula itself from Classic Sonic's retro games and Sonic Mania. I want to see that gameplay formula maintained (And expanded on appropriately, if done with careful consideration.) for future 2D. Sonic games, which should have new Zones, all with their own identity. We get to see a glimpse of originality through Sonic Mania's 4 more original Zones, and I'm very eager to see if SEGA will follow-up Sonic Mania with a successor, containing only fresh Zones and a more cohesive narrative ala Sonic 3 & Knuckles. I don't fully agree that the "Mania series"/2D. Sonic game series is "all about living in the past", or at least, it shouldn't be. Rather, it ought to be a respectful continuation of the style of Classic Sonic's retro games, and continue using its valuable physics and collision gameplay, while bringing new Zones to the table.
  6. I don't entirely agree. Yes, it's about doing stuff well in general, but when it comes to a specific series, like Sonic, it is important to identify what makes a Sonic game a Sonic game. For example, one of the primary reasons why I do not find Sonic Lost World appealing is because it does not feel like a Sonic game, it comes off as an unfocused, lesser Mario game, with a Sonic coat of paint slapped on. Sonic Lost World is very unappealing to me for 2 key reasons, A: the gameplay doesn't feel like a Sonic game, and B: hardly any of its ideas are ever fleshed out or realised well, and it spitballs with too many gameplay styles, mastering none of them in the process. Sonic Lost World is a prime example of a game that lacks any identity, and most crucially in that game's specific case, it lacks the core identity of being a Sonic game.
  7. Art #94 -- Technical Pitchfork A drawing that I have done on page 11 in my Daler-Rowney A4 Optima Spiral Pad. BIC black médium biro pen, Colour Pencils (From a Grafix 45 Artist Assorted pencils set.), Berol Colourfine and Berol Colourbrush Fibre tipped pens on cartridge paper.
  8. Art #93 -- Rural Decadence 2 A drawing that I have done on page 10 in my Daler-Rowney A4 Optima Spiral Pad. This piece is primarily inspired by "Rural decadence.", one of my other pieces, which is mainly inspired by the various nature oriented pieces that were painted by Bob Ross in his television show The Joy of Painting. Additionally, I felt inspired to draw another nature-based piece after recently watching footage of the Red Dead Redemption 2 video game. Charcoal Pencil and HB Led Pencil (From a Grafix 45 Artist Assorted pencils set.) on cartridge paper.
  9. Art #92 -- Gloopow A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. The cracked and broken elements at the bottom of this piece are inspired by similar elements in "Asteroidestroya", one of my other pieces. BIC blue médium biro pen on Ryman Bright white card.
  10. Art #91 -- Stiltorch A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. This piece is inspired by castle-themed and spooky-themed levels in the Gothic Gardens area of Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice. BIC blue médium biro pen on Ryman Bright white card.
  11. Rough doodles and sketches that I have done on individual A4 sheets. BIC black médium biro pen on regular paper. Art #89 -- Scraps - 16 October 2018: 1 Of 2 Quick drawings of various different heads and facial expressions, among bits of somewhat random scribbly stuff. :-3 Art #90 -- Scraps - 16 October 2018: 2 Of 2 Quick drawings of a revolver, some sort of ramp structure, a weird head attached to a leg and foot, and some level design scribbles inspired by the Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee and classic Sonic The Hedgehog video games. :-3
  12. Art #88 -- D.N.A. Corruption A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. BIC blue médium biro pen on Ryman Bright white card.
  13. Art #87 -- Pumpkintraption A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. A pumpkin contraption, where the idea is this: A button mechanism has been installed where the pumpkin's stalk would usually be. When pressed, the button activates a mechanism that pops out lit candles on both sides of the pumpkin, through holes that have been carved out. :-3 Berol Colourfine and Berol Colourbroad Fibre tipped pens on Ryman Bright white card.
  14. Art #86 -- Crate Beneath The Crumbling Cliff A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. The overall piece is inspired by the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy video game. BIC blue médium biro pen on regular paper.
  15. Art #85 -- Sea Sunset A drawing that I have done on page 9 in my Daler-Rowney A4 Optima Spiral Pad. The overall piece is inspired by various paintings from Leonid Afremov which include water reflecting colours from the sun. WHSmith Oil Pastels on cartridge paper.
  16. Art #84 -- Feathery Purple Streaks A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. This is the first time that I have created an art piece by using a metallic colour pencil. :-3 Metallic Colour Pencil (From a Grafix 45 Artist Assorted pencils set.) on Ryman Bright white card.
  17. Art #83 -- Sleeping Eye Pod A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. The wings and ribbons are inspired by title screen emblems from some Sonic The Hedgehog video games. BIC blue médium biro pen on Ryman Bright white card.
  18. Art #82 -- Weathered Crescent A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. This is the first time that I have created an art piece by using a charcoal pencil. :-3 Charcoal Pencil (From a Grafix 45 Artist Assorted pencils set.) on Ryman Bright white card.
  19. Art #81 -- Spotlight Shell A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. The overall piece is inspired by snails. BIC blue médium biro pen on Ryman Bright white card.
  20. Art #80 -- Log On Fire A drawing that I have done on page 8 in my Daler-Rowney A4 Optima Spiral Pad. WHSmith Oil Pastels on cartridge paper.
  21. Art #79 -- Genie's Forgotten Waterworks. A drawing that I have done on page 7 in my Daler-Rowney A4 Optima Spiral Pad. BIC blue médium biro pen on cartridge paper. Apologies for some missing dates regarding when I worked on this piece. I ended up working on this piece for longer than I anticipated, and as a result, I ran out of space to place dates. Therefore, unfortunately not all dates that this piece was worked on have been recorded.
  22. Art #78 -- Thermometer Exclamation A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. Back when I created this art, the weather had been far too hot for me to focus and draw! As the weather cooled down, I drew this relevant piece. :-3 Berol Colourfine and Berol Colourbroad Fibre tipped pens on Ryman Bright white card.
  23. Art #77 -- 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.
  24. Art #76 -- Palm Atop The Rugged Embankment A drawing that I have done on an individual A4 sheet. Derwent Academy Watercolour Pencils on regular paper.
  25. Art #75 -- 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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