Emidar Rohkain

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Cori R. Trout

An experimental drawing of Emidar Rohkain, Maibenti's cousin. And yes, the shoulder marking does mean something. That symbol in particular reflects his as being a Shaman/Healer/Spiritual Guide in the Ro'ain Clan. The number of radiating marks on the outside gives you an idea of his rank within that group (from zero to ten). Initially both of his eyes were yellow, but I got the distinct impression while working on this piece that the left one needed to be blue. An experiment in Painter 8 using the chuky oil pastels. It's all on one layer, because I'm layer-phobic. (The actual file is two layers, one with the skech and one with the color, but what you see here is all one layer sans the watermark.) Sevian, the Foxxis, Emidar Rohkain, and the Ro'ain Clan are the intellectual property of CERT and H. Gladden.


Published More than a year ago

Category Fantasy



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