I drew this last night before bed. I have a feeling some omni-optic skullbird heads vary in shape. Some have longer bills than others, while others have much larger heads.
Seye being hugged by Sol in various life stages! She’s eventually too huge to hug without bending down.
Yeah more characters!
This is Solain, a crocodilian lady, and Seye, an Omni-Optical Skullbird. They are good friends. Sol is a summoner of various creatures. In order to get to know them, she links minds with them. Sometimes she does it even when she is already bonded with the creature to make them feel closer.
Seye and Sol are going to be around for a looong time, as both live for centuries. Seye is naturally long lived because her species ages extremely slowly, and while here she may be 50 years old, she is an adolescent bird. Sol gets so involved in summoning and getting to know creatures that it becomes an obsession. She ends up gaining strange abilities from the monsters she moves on to bond with, and this makes her ascend to a purely magical being after she does it long enough.
In this picture, they’ve known each other for about a decade, but they still like to mind link from time to time. Seye’s species look like their eyes are hollow when they’re closed, hence why they are named skullbirds.
Doodle of sad Eirik being hugged and given a flower crown by Jayme. ARE YOU HAPPY TUMBLR, I FINALLY DID IT TOO
Banner for my Weasyl! Pann in their shapeshifting form moving through the skyyy.
It’s an actual painting of one of my OCs, yeaaah! Corissa the rogue bird lady hates showing emotion, so something must have happened here to melt her “stone cold” heart.
Actually here, have my process so far screenshot by screenshot. This is my very messy beginning way of doing things. I redo the sketch about three times beforehand every time I swear, though this time it was about two.
A CLEAN SKETCH AT LAST. Very WIP. Who are these goofballs. You probably know..maybe. If not it’ll all be clear soooon.
The owl spirits greet the young deer man as he nears his destination.
Finally done, whew! It was a challenge painting ice.