As I said yesterday, I modelled for the Hellebore-design, I made originally for Robin, this Saturday. The hellebore flower, also called the Christmas rose, blooms during the winter so I felt that I needed ice in the background!
This is what it looks like:
I used this picture as my reference.
And here are the pictures from Saturday:These are edited. Tora walked around while I took the pictures! He was so cute that I just had to have him in them when I saw that he walked behind me!I never say no to some kitty-kompany~ ^_Ö
As I’ve said before in the other project-posts (Flower Power! and Mr. Aconitum): I’m not showing you the best picture or the sketches yet! When I’ve done everybody, a post including all the sketches and final results will be uploaded. c:
Even though Robin couldn’t make it to this one, I’m actually heading to his apartment today! He promised me cookies and the latest episodes of Once Upon a Time/The Walking Dead~ ;D I asked if he still wanted to be a model and he said yes so his design is a secret, both to you guys and to him!
I’m going to scan all my doodles now so the Class doodles-post should be up in an hour or so! See you guys later~
When I went downstairs to let our dog out it felt unusually cold but I just thought that it was because I had just woken up, so I didn’t think much of it.
Turned out I was wrong! When I walked outside my nose froze to ice and the air felt so thin. I used a different bag to be able to carry my laptop and I thought that I’d forgotten my bus card so I had to run back home just to realize that it was in my jacket the whole time… not the extra afford I wanted to make today.
Halfway to the busstop I looked down to the ground and realized that my ends and scarf had frozen to ice due to my breath!
It has never happened before tbh so I was very surprised. I remember when my teacher told me that she’d gone out with wet hair one winter as a child and she broke a strand of hair in two (not the greatest first thought after seeing icy ends).
Now I’m at school with Marcus and Robin, just waiting for my image construction-class to start. We’re going to do big portraits of ourselves!