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Cozy Cottage - Digital Oil Painting
This is the first painting I’m posting with the new techniques I learned from David Belliveau of Paintable, featuring new brushes for hair and skin and paint textures. I have other paintings to come with my older style, but I couldn’t wait to share this one with you. Aren’t they so cute? This is how I picture their post-notpocolypse retirement.
Anything For That Smile - Digital Oil Painting
Aziraphale is spoiled because Crowley will do anything to see that smile.
Picnic Date - Digital Oil Painting
This was the winning suggestion from my Patreon last month, a Good Omens picnic! Credit for the costume construction and reference pose goes to Melissa Dadd and Kristen Collins, and thank you to my boyfriend for taking a photo of them for me. ^_^
Our Side and New Accouterments - Digital Oil Paintings
Crowley undid the bow tie. ^_^ I like the idea of Aziraphale wearing things that show his allegiance to Crowley after the Notpocolypse, so he has tiger eye cufflinks that look like Crowley's snake eyes and he's now wearing a snake ring with a canary diamond on his ring finger. I love how casually happy they look, Aziraphale's eyes are my favorite, I really wanted them to look ethereal.
Side By Side - Digital Oil Painting
I’m very pleased with how Crowley’s snarl turned out, it’s subtle, but there!
Demon Cage - Digital Oil Painting
Based on an illustration by Kaori Yuki for her Angel Cage artbook, I wanted to do the opposite and turn it into Crowley with his long flowing curls!
Angels Dining At The Ritz - Digital Oil Painting
One more character swap painting for Good Omens! I like this one even better than the last. Michael Sheen looks neat with Crowley’s snake eyes! Also, I put Crowley’s snake figure on his necklace since the beard covers his sideburns.
Bastille Day - Digital Oil Painting
To be closer to the actors' actual personalities, I flipped the roles. Because David is a clueless baby angel who has no idea what twitter is and Michael is this slightly feral Welshman for whom the intricacies of the internet are no big thing. So here I painted Michael as Crowley saving his idiot husband from the Bastille for dressing too posh.
“To The World” - Digital Oil Painting
Featuring the Gay Glance and the Smitten Stare. ^_^
“Two Ineffable Husbands and One Troublesome Nephilim” - Digital Oil Painting
“Ooh, Daddy... Papa has made some truly scandalous scribbles in the margins of his old angel handbook!” “What? Let me see!” “You told her to call you ‘daddy’?” “I like it!”
Angels and demons don’t mate. Or at any rate, there had never been a precedent for it... until now. In one spectacular accident, Aziraphale and Crowley ended up with a sassy half-angel, half-demon offspring.