The artworks of Emily Pannell, budding artist (specifically illustrator) and recent graduate of the University of the Arts. She's bad about uploading her art, so remind her to do so in the ask box. Or just bother her with questions, that too.

 

kashmiru:

a egg is hatching !
everyone who reblogs this will get a pokemon in their submit box
i promise i will send a pokemon to each person who reblogs this
if i missed u feel free to yell at me
i will use a randomizer to determine what pokemon u hatch
thank u

kashmiru:

a egg is hatching !

everyone who reblogs this will get a pokemon in their submit box

i promise i will send a pokemon to each person who reblogs this

if i missed u feel free to yell at me

i will use a randomizer to determine what pokemon u hatch

thank u

Turtle Knight | Inkster Inc

My next shirt on Inkster, which is one of the characters from my senior thesis last year.

Shirt Design Suggestions

So I posted a couple weeks ago saying that I became a member on a new t-shirt website called Inkster, I’m having trouble coming up with shirt designs. My first design was pokemon related, but every other person on the site has made pokemon shirts. Should I keep going in that direction or do something different? What do you guys like/buy as t-shirts? Any suggestions would help.

Finished coloring of my World of Warcraft character, Gadellen. She’s an undead holy priest (I never usually pick a healer, but I’ve been enjoying it with my friends). 
This is the first serious picture, from sketch to finish, that I’ve done in awhile, so this was a lot of fun to work on.

Finished coloring of my World of Warcraft character, Gadellen. She’s an undead holy priest (I never usually pick a healer, but I’ve been enjoying it with my friends). 

This is the first serious picture, from sketch to finish, that I’ve done in awhile, so this was a lot of fun to work on.

epworks:

Been awhile since I last posted just lines. This is what I’m currently working on, it’s my character in World of Warcraft. And if you can’t tell, she’s Undead so she’s literally skin and bones. 

Reblogging for the day crowd

epworks:

Been awhile since I last posted just lines. This is what I’m currently working on, it’s my character in World of Warcraft. And if you can’t tell, she’s Undead so she’s literally skin and bones. 

Reblogging for the day crowd

Been awhile since I last posted just lines. This is what I’m currently working on, it’s my character in World of Warcraft. And if you can’t tell, she’s Undead so she’s literally skin and bones. 

Been awhile since I last posted just lines. This is what I’m currently working on, it’s my character in World of Warcraft. And if you can’t tell, she’s Undead so she’s literally skin and bones. 

Froslass | Inkster Inc

My Froslass drawing has been t-shirt-ified! I’m going to be selling my shirt designs from now on on Inkster, a spiffy t-shirt website where some of my fellow Uarts grads among other artists call home. 

nonparael:

itreallyatemyhand:

cthullhu:

nonomella:

Coraline is a masterfully made film, an amazing piece of art that i would never ever ever show to a child oh my god are you kidding me

Nothing wrong with a good dose of sheer terror at a young age

says cthulhu

I saw Watership Down at like 4 years old, Coraline wouldn’t come close.

Has no one watched the Ringing Bell? It may not be visually horrifying as these two (though it does have it’s fair share of scary scenes), but it’s probably the most depressing, hopeless children’s movie endings I’ve ever seen.

The last (for the time being) picture returning to an older piece of art of mine.
The subject matter is the Aesop fable “The Fox and the Crane”. I originally created it two years ago, I just did minor tweaking with texture, shading, and coloring the linework. The biggest change are the vases, which were originally blue.

The last (for the time being) picture returning to an older piece of art of mine.

The subject matter is the Aesop fable “The Fox and the Crane”. I originally created it two years ago, I just did minor tweaking with texture, shading, and coloring the linework. The biggest change are the vases, which were originally blue.

There’s a bit of a story behind this one.
So this is my interpretation of Ruto from LoZ: Ocarina of Time. I wanted her to look more like the Zoras from Twilight Princess, but also keep some of her unique features (but also make her look more…regal?). Thing is, I drew this originally 2 years ago and it was going to be more painterly. I put it aside because I just couldn’t get the colors right. It was also a full body and I never got the proportions right. Now a couple days ago I was going through old artwork and stumbled upon this and realized that shoulders up it was still pretty good (though needed some tweaks anatomy wise). And since the greatest criticism I got leaving collage was that I didn’t produce many portraits, decided to sit down and finally finish picture.

There’s a bit of a story behind this one.

So this is my interpretation of Ruto from LoZ: Ocarina of Time. I wanted her to look more like the Zoras from Twilight Princess, but also keep some of her unique features (but also make her look more…regal?). Thing is, I drew this originally 2 years ago and it was going to be more painterly. I put it aside because I just couldn’t get the colors right. It was also a full body and I never got the proportions right. Now a couple days ago I was going through old artwork and stumbled upon this and realized that shoulders up it was still pretty good (though needed some tweaks anatomy wise). And since the greatest criticism I got leaving collage was that I didn’t produce many portraits, decided to sit down and finally finish picture.