So, news first: I made a Facebook page: C Ellis. I’ll be posting my drawings there, and stuff about my writing, and probably some other random stuff, too. I’ll also include the link on my About page.
Now, onto the exciting stuff…. I. Cannot. Believe. I. Drew. This!
Forewarning: I have not seen all of ‘The Dark Knight’ yet, but I have seen multiple scenes. Also, these are just my opinions.
The many faces of the Joker.
I made a friend last year. Actually, I made multiple friends, but that’s beside the point.
This particular friend likes The Dark Knight trilogy, and that about all the exposure he’s had to Batman. (Until he met me and my friend, Lyke, of course.) What annoyed me most, though, is that he thought he knew everything about the Joker, when all he knew was Christopher Nolan’s version.
The original Mad Hattress.
The fixed version, mentioned at the end of this post.
There’s a thread on Valorpen called ‘draw for the person above you’. A little while ago, one of the requests was a Mad Hatter genderbend, which I decided to do.
Since then, I’ve drawn it out on my tablet and fixed up some bits that I wasn’t happy with. I was so happy with the results, that I decided to upload it on TeePublic, in case any Alice in Wonderland fans wanted to wear it (I know that I would like to , and I’m not even a big fan).
It is available as a t-shirt, in a wide variety of colours. For a limited time, it is $14. Get it now, before it goes up to $20 or $22 for 2xl-3xl.
Male t-shirt in ‘brown’.
Female t-shirt in ‘heather’.
EDIT: Since I’ve fixed the picture, I’ve taken down the original design, and replaced it with the new version. So once again, for a limited time, it is $14. Get it now before the price goes up.
During the final days of the school year, we had different classes to our normal timetable. One of those was woodwork, and we had three sessions to make pretty much whatever we wanted. My friend, Lyke, and I made puzzles.
We didn’t bother to draw the designs on then, for fear of running out of time, so among everything else, that was my job for today.
I’ve had this design sitting in my drawing book for a little while, and when I found the website TeePublic, I thought it was the perfect chance to do something with it.
It is available as a t-shirt, hoodie, or kids t-shirt, in a wide variety of colours. For a limited time, the t-shirt is $14. Get it now, before it goes up to $20 or $22 for 2xl-3xl.
Female t-shirt in ‘asphalt’.
Kids t-shirt in ‘coastal blue’.
Hoodie in ‘heather’.
Male t-shirt in ‘asphalt’.
I tried to challenge myself today, to write a short story using the alphabet. I wrote each letter down my page in order, and filled it in like an acrostic poem, trying to tell a story. Then, I turned it into a paragraph.
Confused? So am I. Hopefully you’ll understand after reading it.