Art by the amazing Burdge
Colored by martha-and-george
and i don’t know what i’d do
felt like fleshing out Annabeth and Nico in a quick (messy) growth study. side note: i’ve always drawn Nico with bags under his eyes because he’s italian- they only get more pronounced, because… well, because the poor guy’s been through hell.
whenever i’m sketching to music, i typically scribble down the name of the song that comes on as i draw. so that later, i can show you guys what pushed the drawing in the direction it went. here’s what was on the corner of this one.
since i haven’t scanned anything recently, i thought i’d share some really rough sketches i made on sketchfu. had to draw after the cover of House of Hades was released…
Jason and Piper have a LOT of room to grow as a couple. but, i mean… our standards are absurdly high because of Percy and Annabeth.
at first, i thought Jason needed to pick it up in the boyfriend department, until i realized they’re both so new to the relationship. it makes sense for there to be such uncertainty.
“This is Annabeth,” Jason said. “Uh, normally she doesn’t judo-flip people.”
Mark of Athena, Rick Riordan
here’s a hazy look at what i started working on this winter break. i’m really sorry for the lack of my own artwork on my blog. i’ve been under a lot of pressure in school, but it’s somewhat lifted now…
anyway, i can’t promise any more than occasional fanart. but i will try to keep my blog updated on artwork i complete for school. c:
the last of the rule 63 sketches! i’ve gotten a lot of asks about them, so i may as well post the rest.
sorry about the lined paper.
more rule 63 Heroes of Olympus! i figured Nico’s name is kinda unisex, right? it works as a girl’s name.
A one-way trip. A very hard fall.
"We just came down here to talk. We fell asleep. Accidentally. That’s it.”
"Kissed a couple of times…"
She climbed one of the largest boulders to get a better view. Leo tried to follow and lost his balance. Hazel caught his hand. She pulled him up and they found themselves atop the rock, holding hands, face-to-face.
…She definitely didn’t seem like a dead person.
Mark of Athena, page 78