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    Charcoal and chalk sketches on a new brand of paper I bought. It occured to me I have none of those classical NC Wyeth-kind of illustrations in my portfolio, and sketched some horseriders.
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    Death in December

    Winter moons are wonderful in their massive, white presence (but then, I think the sky is pretty cool at any time), and I wanted to use a strong silhouette.

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    Copic markers, ink pens, white gel pen on drawing carton. 11Χ15cm.

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    "Young Odin listens to Mimir's head", acrylics and coloured pencils, 50Χ40cm, canvas is an old picture frame with battered paper gessoed to it.
    My first traditional painting in a long time. Odin always fascinated me by seeking knowledge above all else, and being such a witty guy. Most paintings focus on the missing eye, but I wanted to show why he's missing it in the first place - because of his unquenchable thirst for knowing. The head is that of Mimir, a giant (who are the oldest beings in the world and therefore have the most knowledge), that even if severed still speaks, and Odin is said to have it with him at all times to ask its counsel. I tried to make Mimir look not-quite-human.

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    More harpyies. This time in charcoal and chalk.

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    The lady with birds was a charcoal idea first, and was then repeated on toned paper in contι chalks. 10Χ15cm.
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    I'm still trying if this "find images in chaos" approach works for me. I sponged leftover gouache on a page from a programmers' handbook, then used oil pastels and charcoal to sketch the figure.

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    Creature concept for my world Genius Loci.
    Please support Genius Loci on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jenniferlange

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    Two images done simultaneously with pastel chalks and watercolour pencils, details with gel pen. ~10Χ15cm each.
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    A rework of an older character design. I wanted to try how far I could take it without dismantling it altogether, but the lame old pose was the crucial point so I had to redraw that.

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    A new planet I did in the evening for fun. I suppose they'd be a lot more impressive if I spent some more time on one every once in a while; but for a speedpainting this is okay.

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    Charcoal and chalk sketches, ~10Χ15cm.

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    Charcoal and chalk, A4.
    A character from my world Genius Loci, Starmaker. There are many surrealistic event connected to her, which is why I always try to add something strange when drawing her.
    Please support Genius Loci on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jenniferlange

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    The cover of my current sketchbook, which I started in May. Acrylics and watercolour pencil. You can see a short walkthrough of the painting process in my art blog http://ranarh.blogspot.de
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