[ID: A digital sketch with dark and lighter saturated blue lines and filled with grayish blue color. It depicts HiddenCarpet's fursona, an anthro mouse named Narcel with overgrown messy bangs and tired eyes. They stare into the viewer as they keep a serious face. Their dark sweater is filled with white streaks of stars and they seem to be surrounded by light smoke. The background is simple light blue creme color. End ID]
Just an usual bittery looking Narcel
[ID: A digital artwork depicting Narcel, A gray anthro mouse oc with black bangs and icy blue eyes. They wear a black croptop turtleneck sweater and black baggy pants.They have a cryo vision hanging on a gray rope or a chain down their belt. They are heading towards the viewer. They are standing on their leg with other one lifted up in mid motion. One hand is supporting big gray blue claymore up behind their back, and down in another one they are creating an ice crystal. They have a serious look on their face. The background is gray End ID]
My fursona Narcel but as a Genshin oc with a cryo vision and a claymore.❄️
Autumn Bros. despite it being very much not autumn.
Winter Sunset in a Pine Forest, 1898, by Yuli Yulyevich Klever (Russian, 1882-1942)
part 1 of 2 of some art trading i did w/ my bf today! we both just drew stuff for each other for 3 hours, if we finished one thing we moved on to somethin else. i'll post the other part i did in a second, felt like it was a bit easier to have as 2 separate posts ^^
just heard about waterfall literally like an hour ago but lets give it a shot
i am blazting lemon demon muzic straight in2 my earz. anyway hi herez diona
iPad sketch and lazy coloring.
people on here seem to like Helnu so ehh
Got too caught up in the details. I'm pretty rusty but I'm trying to get into the habit of posting more stuff
i love linear algebra and remember it well, so wanted to take applied linear algebra this term, but the only prof teaching it has a 2.3/5.0 rating on ratemyprofessors....
meanwhile i havent taken any calculus in over a year so i barely remember it, and i dont really like it in the first place, but there's a calc iii prof with a perfect 5.0/5.0 out of almost 50 ratings, so... guess what i have to relearn before the next term starts
what if i kinned oikawa real quick. just a thought
this was for that style-bending art challenge! basically, i asked my art friends what things were distinct for my style and i had to create a piece of art without any of them. they said blocky and painterly brush strokes, the colors red and blue and brown, and people. came up with this in the end- there are some bluish and brownish shades, but they're almost all just fun uses of greys, dark yellows, and the surrounding colors. the closest i got to brown was a khaki beige-ish color.
A Shipwreck in Stormy Seas--Claude Joseph Vernet, 1773