A while back I came across this software, Vector Magic, that you can vectorize anything in an automated process. I love the output in most cases, and the other day I ran some of my artwork through it for funsies. I’m going to feature a few that I converted to vectors and even added some color to over the next few posts. This one is Lady Wrynn by Maghia Cosplay from a few posts ago, vectorized with a blue hue added.
I came with the punk-rock hair character, out of a meeting doodle, but has since turned into a favorite of mine. She’s a mix of goblin and elf, and I’m starting to get this idea of a high-fantasy type realm where she co-exists with the Dragon Hunter character I did while a back. The elven knight I just posted is probably from this same universe.
Mandalorian bounty hunter femme fatale!
Some kind of elven knight I doodled up.
There was this Daenerys Targaryen fan art I saw (which I can’t seem to find now to give credit to), I loved the style, and the idea, of how Daenerys was posed and her armor depicted. I decided to do a bit of a study on how the artist did the hair, and redrew the armor. Then instead of dragons, I thought it’d be funny to replace them with a rancor from Star Wars.
My uncle helped me try to fix some plumbing issues in my new house, so I drew him this to say thanks.
I saw a picture of Jennifer Lawrence at an award’s thing making an angry face, so I drew it.
Based on a friend’s Neverwinter Nights character, I drew this guy years ago. In fact, this was was based off a drawing I did back in 2003 (I have this whole comparison draw-me-again thing I’ve been working on, this will be part of that). I always really liked the look I created for him, and hope that I can transpose this character into something of my own someday.
Did this drawing of Lady Varian Wrynn (World of Warcraft) from the costume @Maghia Cosplay put together for BlizzCon 2013.