Watercolor portraits

A watercolor portrait of Strahd von Zarovich in purples and blues. His eyes stand out in a golden yellow.
Strahd von Zarovich, watercolor on paper, 29.5 x 21 cm.
A watercolor portrait of a Drow Elven androgynous man. He has bright blue eyes and a cheeky look.
Arty, watercolor on paper, 29.5 x 21 cm.
A watercolor portrait of an Elven woman, she has earthtones skin and wild blue hair.
Elven Lady, watercolor on paper, 29.5 x 21 cm.

I love painting portraits. People are such interesting subjects! Any type of people. Often I turn them into fantastical people. Because if you can draw a cool Elf person, why not! These a a selection of my watercolor portraits.

From left to right: Strahd von Zarovich. The well known Dungeons & Dragons vampire character, as interpreted by me. I loved what my DM had done with this character in our game and had to paint him.

Arty. Also known as Artimius. My drow bard from a different Dungeons & Dragons campaign. I like trying to get a sense of who my characters are by painting them, and I think Arty’s general attitude comes acros in this portrait.

Elven Lady. I don’t have a name for her yet, sometimes I sit down to paint without a particular purpose. Other than that there can never be enough Elves of Color depicted in my opinion.

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