Panther Vest Design Project

Hello all! In between Birdmas, I’ve been planning to do a project as a Christmas present for someone! Particularly, I aim to do a design on a vest, and the main part of the design will be a panther.

I was inspired by old anatomy sketches I did in 2014. See below.

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Quick Panther Sketches.

Using those, I’ve drawn this design in my sketchpad. I’ve yet to make some tweaks to it, and obviously there will be some colour added also. Once the design is finalised, it’ll be transferred onto the garment.

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Vest Design WIP: A striding panther accompanied with some flamboyant vintage text.

For translation and clarity, the text in the artwork says “STOOP”. Stoop is the nickname of the recipient of the vest.

Hope you enjoy for now! Thanks to all those who have stopped by to look
at this, and an even bigger thanks to those who have signed up to my Birdmas Challenge Club! Only 4 days to go!

If you wish to know more about my drawing challenge or want to sign up, please click on this G+ community link:

Anyone is welcome! (Provided I haven’t blocked you or you’re not a troll of course!)

Until next time! Thanks for stopping by!



Yes… he’s back! Mr Birdmas has flown south this winter again to bring you all something fun to try!

Birdmas 2017 Poster

I’m inviting anyone at all to take part with me on this fun drawing, doodling, and painting challenge I’ve dubbed #Birdmas. It’s a challenge all about drawing or painting birds and is inspired by the Christmas carol ’12 days of Christmas’. The rules are simple and are as follows:

Draw/paint birds for 12 days in December. Minimum of 1 artwork for each day, but you can do more if you like. You can use ANY medium of your choice, and you can choose ANY bird(s) you like for each day, either real or made up. You don’t have to be detailed with your artwork! Each piece can be as basic or as detailed as you like, providing the subject is a bird. From doodles to final pieces, it doesn’t matter, just have fun with it!

Please tag your posts using #birdmas (in your description of each entry). It’s recommended that you use other additional tags, or even make a category, so that your work is more easily accessible to others, but this is optional.

It is advised that you don’t write the hashtag on your actual artwork… just in case you want to sell the work that you make!

You can draw/doodle/paint the birds in 3 ways. Either:

Number method Draw/paint a bird each day next to the number of the day you are on (e.g, if you’re on the 1st day, draw a bird next to the number 1…. 2nd day, draw a bird next to the number 2).

Quantity method Draw/paint as many birds relating to the day you are on 1 sheet of paper (e.g 1 bird on day 1… 2 birds on day 2…. 5 birds on day 5 etc).

Custom method If you find the above ways too challenging or you don’t understand them, you can just draw/paint 1 bird each day for 12 days in your own way.

Abstracts are allowed but they must hold at least some resemblance or connection to being a bird or having a bird form. Again, I really don’t mind if your pictures aren’t perfect, but unrelated abstracts or other artwork that feature no birds in them will not be accepted. Thank you for understanding.

You can only submit your own work for this challenge. Please do not submit anyone else’s work other than your own. If you did the work as a collaboration, please mention this in your description.

If you only want to share other people’s work just to share it, please be reasonable and ask them first, however it will not count as an entry. On another note, if you have posted work that you don’t want other people to share, you can click ‘disable reshares’ to stop others from sharing it that way.

Changes to these rules may happen at any time to improve the overall quality and fairness of this challenge.

As said previously, I have intentions to make a community for this challenge, hopefully I can give updates about that. If one is made, I’ll let you know, and you can post your entries there.

Please feel free to reshare this post around so people get a chance to see this and play along. If you don’t want to join or can’t join, that’s fine, you can just watch me do this challenge, but any challengers of any ability are highly welcome! I will be predominantly monitoring this on G+, however, please do let me know if you take part. It’ll be fun and interesting to see who joins!

That’s it! Feel free to leave comments or questions!

Remember, challenge officially starts on December 1st. Thanks kindly… Cheers all! Enjoy!

Poster was hand drawn by myself using pencils and ink. Copyright Lazfar 2017.

Inktober Saga Day 31

Hello everyone! Here is my final Inktober instalment.┬áToday’s word for this one was “Mask”. I hope I ended on a high!

Day 31 Mask Tigress Unmasked

Tigress Unmasked: A tiger warrior who is crouching on some skulls whilst holding up her mask.

Hello all! To those that celebrate it, Happy Halloween! I’m hoping this is a nice ending piece… I know some of you will be looking at this and wondering, “Why hasn’t she coloured this in…?”

I have two reasons why I haven’t. The first being that colouring this in effectively and on top of all the established shading would take too long, and at this stage, time is gold that I need to picky with and spend wisely.

The second reason why this isn’t coloured is that, if I did colour this in and I wasn’t happy with it, there is no going back. At this stage, I can’t afford to be brave about decisions like that either… Ending on a low point would just put me in a bad mood.

This is another one that doesn’t have much of a message, I drew this from imagination and it was just fun to draw. The only things I could say are that I drew this with liners, the skulls in the drawing are a deliberate Halloween reference, and that the mask the woman is holding is a tiger mask (just in case any of you get confused).

Well, that’s it for this year’s prompt entries! I would like to thank the people who have followed me throughout this project and who have liked my work! Inktober is always fun, but can be exhausting, it was a fantastic journey for me… and I hope you all enjoyed what I came up with this year!

Now…Time for my Back 2 The Liner story. See below.

B2TL Day 31 Mask

B2TL Day 31.

To prevent early spoilers, please find the description of the episode below.


* ahem * sorry about that…

In this episode, we see what happens after the massive battle on the Liner ends, both for the good side and the evil side. We also see Dagger give the wolf pup a name!

For translation and clarity, the text reads: “A day later, the residents of the Liner begin to celebrate their victory. Everyone is in good spirits. However, Dagger Swift turns his thoughts to all the events that have occurred and what he has been through. Try as he might, he can never fully MASK his grief over losing Boundhund. However, he has his home back, his allies, and the beautiful wolf daughter that Boundhund left behind. Dagger decides to name her ‘Boundie’ after her father. With care and love, he will raise Boundie to be the best that she can be. Just like Boundhund before her. Meanwhile, Poison is back at his own headquarters. The witch teleported him, as well as the Blind Assassin, and other surviving henchmen back to base. Poison is very angry, but also badly injured. Since he is so wounded, he doesn’t plan on plotting revenge. … But then again, he might…”

That’s it! Endeth the ‘Tober! Bootcamp is over! The story is now at an end!

I would like to thank everyone once again, who has either followed along, given me great feedback, and who have admired the sheer amount of sleep depriving work that goes into this (and main entry art)… seriously, if it wasn’t for your support and encouragement, It would have been even harder to do. I actually considered cutting this story short a bit earlier on a couple of occasions… Such amazing feedback isn’t taken lightly… It’s thoroughly appreciated!

My best wishes to you all, have a superb (late) Halloween, and a great week. Cheers!

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