I finally gave up on using a scanner and instead used a digital camera my folks bought recently to digitize my drawings. Anyway, here goes...
Here's an unfinished drawing of Borgified Picard. A bit more detailed than my usual works, but still a long way from being finished (borg implants are merely a placeholder atm and the defining lines need to be a lot softer). Drawn with a .5 mm mechanical pencil, as always. For some reason (probably sentimental) I stubbornly keep drawing with nothing else, even tho I was advised by many people to start using other drawing tools. Oh, well.
And here's some more (and probably the last of) "Elder Scrolls" art. This time I tried to draw the first thing I'd remember from the 1st 4 games in the series (I still haven't played/seen enough of "Skyrim").
1st up, a drawing for the "Arena". An Argonian mage desintegrates the floor in front of an Iron Golem. I tried to make it look like a scene from "Lode Runner" (screenshots here
), tho the mage's pose is somewhat different than the runner's. As you might notice, back in the "Arena" Argonians were actually humanoids with scaled skin instead of reptilians, as in later games.
2nd is a "Daggerfall" drawing. A Wereboar clinging onto a building, with a warrior wearing a furry cape, equipped with a ball-on-chain mace. Yes, there actually were Wereboars in that game. And they really could climb buildings and walls. This was also the only game so far that had capes, as well as the last one to have ball-on-chain maces.
Next up is the one from the "Morrowind", with the "Tribunal" expansion. Obviously, Bethesda thought they should make this game more steampunk. The player (on the right) wears a somewhat steampunkish armor and wields steampunkish weapon, while being accompanied by a cybernetic dinosaur (Fabricant) and a stempunk robot (Centurion Sphere), facing some steampunk michines as enemies (Steam Centurion and Centurion Archer, as I recall).
And lastly, the drawing for the "Oblivion". While the game WAS rather awesome, the first thing that comes to my mind when I think about it are not the amazing spells, the hell gates and demons spewing out of them and NPC soldiers battling them alongside the player, but an elf girl (in elven armor) riding a Unicorn! I'm not kidding, there really IS a tameable Unicorn in this game. I found it rather funny and out of place, when compared to the hellgates and demons you face on a daily basis.
And here's also some anime fan-art for the fans of the anime-style. I felt the urge to draw Nagato after watching the "Vanishing of Haruhi Suzumiya" about a month ago. I must admit tho, I did use references for these 3, tho I did make some changes in Yozora's and 1st Nagato's drawing. I tried drawing the "regular" Nagato using the "vanishing" Nagato as a reference. I drew her holding a book instead of the dishes (in reference screenshot) and I also used a different style for drawing eyes.
And lastly, for a bit of an off-topic... I watched the entire anime "Angel Beats!" few days ago and I think I've found my new favorite anime (up 'till now, my favorite was "Love Hina", probably 'cause it was the 1st anime I watched besides the DBZ). Of all time. It's one of the rare things that managed to get an actual emotional response out of me.