Elemental Air

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A.R. George

This is a stylised sort of picture of a deity from my book - Amar, the Elemental of Air. I know there's long hair and a dress involved here, but Amar is actually male. He just likes dresses. (Actually, it's a robe.) I drew this in black ink, then just coloured it in Photoshop with a few different textures for the sun and the sky and so-on. As for the wings, I Will Never Be Bothered With That Sort of Fuss Again. Yes. Thank you.


Published More than a year ago

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