Wulfgnar's Arts

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A logo for some-ones dog grooming company thingy. I love these chalk brushes!

A logo for some-ones dog grooming company thingy. I love these chalk brushes!

— 1 day ago with 3 notes
Another knight! Proportions to man and horse is such a pain in the arse.

Another knight! Proportions to man and horse is such a pain in the arse.

— 2 days ago with 22 notes
#medieval knight  #knight  #jousting  #joust 
Jerry looking proud on his horse.

Jerry looking proud on his horse.

— 4 days ago with 27 notes
#Jeremias  #World of Warcraft 
Costummmeee! What era this is from I don’t know. 1700s-1800s possibly?

Costummmeee! What era this is from I don’t know. 1700s-1800s possibly?

— 4 days ago with 11 notes
#History  #Hitstorical pike man 
When I draw I become too tense and anxious, so I’m going to just try and be loose and draw what I see rather than pushing for perfection. (It’s jousting month yay)

When I draw I become too tense and anxious, so I’m going to just try and be loose and draw what I see rather than pushing for perfection. (It’s jousting month yay)

— 4 days ago with 20 notes
#Knight  #Jousting  #Medieval  #Horse 

Warcraft roleplay

My RP partner has vanished off the face of the internet without a word, so I'm looking for some new RP partners to draw/write stuff with. (Unless there is a neat little forum to join in!) It will either be with my Priest Jeremias or my Orc Varekk. I also mentioned "comic-rp" as a sideline thingy!
(Sorry if I mentioned this before and got messages, for some reason it was bugged in the past.)
— 1 week ago with 7 notes

I red-lined and fixed my own drawing! The re-draw definitely looks MUCH better. What do you lot think?

— 2 weeks ago with 21 notes
#Jeremias  #Redraw  #redline 

I see you Yankee doodling across the shore

Happy 4th of July Americans! Us Englishmen have been proud of you since 1776! You carried on our English tradition of freedom and peace.
"[The Englishman] must greatly rejoice that [he] lived at a time to see this fair country discovered and settled; he must necessarily feel a share of national pride, when he views the chain of settlements which embellishes these extended shores." John Hector
— 2 weeks ago with 3 notes
#4th of July  #British  #English