Inked Thror Sketch

Where did this month go?? I could swear I just posted a drawing more recently than I did, but wow. This year will be over before I even know it.

Still taking my time on the sewing/costuming side of things, but I am now starting to consider my next year of events and things I need to make. Instead of wanting to hide, I am finding myself pondering things and looking forward to sewing them, so that’s hopeful!

I also am trying to keep up with art. I think my biggest concern with that lately (aside from still feeling a little rusty) is figuring out what to work on, what size to draw it, and how to finish it. Christopher wants to hang a lot of the dwarf images (fine with me!), but… I have no clue where a lot of them will go! I used to think our little place was so bare, but now that I’m looking for places to hang things I keep finding myself wondering why we have so little wall space to cover. 😉

Anyway, this most recent piece wasn’t meant to be finished. I was just sketching it in blue pencil while I waited to get some more supplies and figure out what to draw next. After a little encouragement, I decided to cut the page out of my sketchbook and ink it for a quick project.

As usual, head over to deviantART to see the bigger version, and the details (including a link to the blue pencil sketch before it got covered in ink).


King Thror Inked Sketch by ~cfgriffith on deviantART

About Cynthia Griffith

I have way too many interests and hobbies, and continually cycle through them -- paying attention to some, while others wait for when I can get around to them again. My main interests are sewing and costuming (I enjoy historical clothing, such as 18th and 19th century, as well as fantasy costumes like elves and hopefully someday even dwarves), as well as getting back to art by drawing fan art of Thorin Oakenshield and Company. My husband Christopher and I spend a lot of time together, enjoying the outdoors and shared hobbies such as juggling. This blog and website is my way to share what I'm up to with friends and family.
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