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I think we all dream of what it might be like if our stories ever got turned into movies, and I can’t help imagining them all as animated series. My favourite (and longest running) story in particular could likely be more sensibly turned into an animated series than into a live action series. It includes an insane amount of albino skinned, shapeshifting elves; trolls, giants, and dwarves which look even more ridiculous; animals that would otherwise need to be tamed and trained to behave on screen; dragons and others critters which are pretty hard to tame because they well, don’t exist; mountain-high trees; and of course one or the other natural disaster. I’m almost sure it would be more sensible to animate that.
So I tackled an older painting of mine which depicts a scene in one of my books-in-the-making and redid it to make it look like the screenshot of an animated series. I regret nothing. The old watercolour painting is here: http://toradh.deviantart.com/art/Wyrd-288734860. Now with actual dark storm clouds. Yeah.

Also a certain villain in that story totally needs to be voiced by Liam O’Brien, I’m telling you.

Clip Studio Paint. Quick background painting is quick. Quick everything is quick. There are subtitles because she’s speaking Old English.

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Apr 9, 2016 | 1:27 PM EDT
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