Cobra by Thomas van Rooij
Now that we’re wrapping up a huge bulk of work… guess what we’ll be going back to soon?
Chapter 3 of Sfeer Theory will return to Luca’s adventures of being dragged into friendships with crazy people he was happier never, ever meeting. In particular this douchebag.
You may remember him from his brief appearance in the first chapter. I guess it’s time to introduce Ferdinand van Keynan—aka Voltaire.
I’ve been looking forward to drawing him for forever.
You had him for almost a year.
(God gives. He also takes. Emmanuel was never yours to claim.)
He loved you. He existed.
That should be enough.
A little while back I frolicked over to Steph’s FA account because I didn’t want to make my own. Since then we’ve been doing some collab commissions under the “Iron Artist” system that circulates around FA. Generally speaking I do the drawing and Steph cleans up and polishes, although a lot of the time she does some major fixes to the original image and often re-draw bits. It’s a pretty even mash up though. I wanted to make a little compilation of my favs from the few batches we’ve done (we’ve just hit around 50 submissions!).
You can check out the rest our gallery over on our joint FA account.
Aware … by Amod Sane
Melanistic barn owl by fremlin
Melanism is an undue development of dark-colored pigment in the skin or its appendages and is the opposite of albinism. Historically, it was also the medical term for black jaundice. Pseudo-melanism, also called abundism, is another variant of pigmentation, characterized by dark spots or enlarged stripes, which cover a large part of the body of the animal making it appear melanistic.
What a rare beauty.