they randomly appeared in my sketchbook…i’m gonna call them Morley and Sheila
Also in May… The Art of Wolfenstein
"We’re pleased to announce that we’ve teamed up with Dark Horse Comics to create three incredible art books – “The Art of Wolfenstein: The New Order”, “The Art of The Evil Within” and “Dishonored: The Dunwall Archives”. Each hardcover book, packed with art and game design details, will retail for $39.99.”
Hey, hey, HEY
Dishonored art book
They heard us!
will it ever end. probably not i’m sorry
i want a prequel DLC, where you get to play as Daud’s mother, where she arrive to the shores of Serkonos on conquered pirate ship, pregnant, with storm lightning and sound of crashing waves. Where she’s on the run, hiding and trying to get better life for herself and her son, while learning him art of surviving, deadly lion mother and her little Daud-disciple
quickie, started with delilah, ended up with… this… i have no longer idea what’s going on
workin’ on it
page after page after page..>.<
sorry for quality, my camera is thousand years old potato
Couture Corset Outfit “Wild Roses” & “Mystique Lilies”
By Royal Black Couture & Corsetry
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if there were corsets in brigmore…
messing around with sketches for school assignment
what if she’s been doing it on purpose
attempt to be funny n. xyz
even when superdramatic and superserious Daud is my favourite male character in game (voice fetishism,eh), he’s somehow also the best to make fun of
|Anonymous: Alright, completely random question here, but since you mentioned the trope I want your opinion. If the fandom were to portray Delilah and the Brigmore witch coven as more of a close-knit relationship, would that work better than Daud and his Whalers? Seeing as Delilah would probably have the more "motherly instinct", I would think to believe that the whole aspect of a role-model would work better for her. (Sorry for the bother I'm not even sure this makes any sense haha?)|
trying my two cents here:)
daleked and I had this protracted twitter conversation and well here it is. Developments ongoing.
Bottle Street Gang
Own a microbrewery. Slackjaw’s entire design remains the same.
Riot grrl band, Lizzy owns a venue called The Undine.
Make obnoxious ironic printed tees.
Piero and Sokolov
Own a fixed-gear bicycle shop. Sokolov wants to branch out into selling vespas, Piero thinks this is ludicrous.
Daud and The Whalers
Daud is an ageing, old-school Hipster who owns a bar that is used mainly as a venue for his self-absorbed poetry readings. He recites Kerouac and Bukowski and is enamored of the beat poets. The Whalers are Daud’s staff and inner poetry circle.
Billie is Daud’s protégée but she’s taking the group in a different direction; she’s more into open mic poetry while Daud just sneers and wants to reread HOWL. Billie, the straightedge hardcore vegan, is concerned over Daud’s alcoholism and infrequent drug-dealing at parties. Billie says to herself it’s just a generational difference but she’s working towards her MFA in poetry and Daud has lived in the same rent-controlled apartment for thirty years.
Jessamine, Corvo, and Emily
Operate a record swap-and-shop, vinyl only. Emily listens to a lot of Death Cab, much to her parents’ disappointment.
Delilah and The Brigmore Witches
Artistic lesbian separatists who live in a van. They recite Dworkin and Daly, and all have tattoos of roses flanking a labrys. They also own an allotment and are big in community gardening. They routinely crash Daud’s underground poetry bar. Delilah is her followers’ Carolee Schneemann AND Marina Abramović.
The Overseers run a large commercial nightclub that plays shitty music that totally harshes Daud’s vibe.
Granny Rags owns that one thrift store that always has really good stuff but goddamn if she’s actually going to sell it to you. You’ll be there with a skull-print tee and she’ll say “Oh dearie that’s much too expensive for you. Also I believe it’s reserved.” Her shop is full of taxidermied animals that are also not for sale.
The Outsider is an indie band. You probably haven’t heard of him. He plays exclusive shows, like only eight people were invited.
everything goes so shitty why i am doing this
hc: Delilah’s witches are recruiting from former courtesans and maids from poor conditions, so when they come to her, they have lots of scars and bruises and she covers it with flower tattoos, which helps them to forget but it’s also binding spell that can be fatal if they would want to leave or betray the coven
*The Outsider playing violin in the background*
i just wanted to do something quick (and romatic, eh?) for valentine today. i’m so sorry it’s shit, my art of tablet is shit, i am shit and Daud is so wtf i have no idea why i’m posting this. Anyway, you do know that dancing scene in Dnevnoy dozor, right?