BSOCT - Audition P06 by Broeckchen

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In which everyone starts shipping Kitivillains x Coffee and Roamer cries forever about not having been present.

Everyone being me, myself and I.


Darren and Simon (WHO IS HARD TO DRAW GDI) belong to jestershark
The Anomaly belongs to parzifalsjudgment
Coffee is mine.

I felt like participating in an adoptable contest. The species is called Muteziks, and every member of it is based on a song. For mine, I chose my beloved “Schwarz zu Blau” by Peter Fox.

More info on the species, contest and this individual as well as a translation of the song’s lyrics can be found on the deviantArt page of this piece.

BSOCT - Audition P03 by Broeckchen

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Darren and Simon still belong to jestershark
The Anomaly to parzifalsjudgment
And Coffee is still mine
While Neo Queen Serenity belongs to Naoko Takeuchi

This page made me really happy because Queen Serenity came out so well. I picked up drawing in the first place because I saw the Sailor Moon anime and comics (based on the anime, I only discovered the manga much later) and wanted to create fanart for this franchise soooo badly! Now I’m all grown up and look at me, drawing pretty Queen Serenities because I CAN~!

Sneak peeky stuff at some upcoming pages because yeah.

BSOCT - Audition P02 by Broeckchen

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I’m doing these out of order, so expect sporadic updates at first and then occasions where I upload two or maybe even more pages all at once.


Darren and Simon still belong to jestershark
Coffee is still mine
And The Anomaly belongs to parzifalsjudgment

BSOCT - Audition P01 by Broeckchen


First page of my audition for the new tournament! There are some familiar faces in there. ;3

In order of appearance:

Sam and Data belong to pauble
Hot Chocolate belongs to boredinsomniac
Cocoa is mine
Simon and Darren belong to jestershark
And Coffee is mine too, of course. ;3

Practicing the use of my Wacom Inkling. It’s a bit tricky - in the last picture I accidentally blocked the tip of the pen, preventing some strokes from being recorded, so I gotta get used to a different way of holding the pen. And the strokes are far from perfectly accurate. BUT. The Inkling records every stroke separately, enabling the user to divide them into separate layers later on, which makes fixing those problems much easier. And if I practice a bit more and manage to move the paper less during scribbling, this shouldn’t be such a huge issue anymore in general.

I’ve been dreaming of this thing for so looooong!