Drawing of Mr. Hellscream

A new drawing is finished. Like many times before, I decided not to think much and just copy a picture that exists and that I like. This time, I have chosen a picture of an orc from Warcraft (and it’s not the first time, as you can see here).

Here are some technical details for nerds:

  • it’s drawn on a 35×50 cm paper, 120g
  • I used Faber-Castell Polychromos and Derwent Artist pencils
  • I was drawing this from 17/09/2015 to 1/11/2015, which is something like 1.5 months. Of not very intensive work.

It would be kind to overlook the dirt on the right side of the picture, but I think you won’t. Let’s pretend it gives the drawing a rustic and rough look and I put it there intentionally.


Finished drawing of Hellscream



Stage 1


Stage 2


Stage 3


Stage 4 with some pencils!


Stage 5


Stage 6


Stage 7




Barbaric drawing (part I)

After a very long time and a medium existential crisis, I’ve decided to write a new blog post.

The large drawing of the city ended quite well (you can see it here if you haven’t had the pleasure yet). It was well recieved by the general public, I had an astonishing amount of 4 positive comments on DeviantArt, containing words like “wow” or “cool”.

But, enough about the past. I am working on a new large thing now. It’s the orc from Warcraft III. I hope you’re familiar with that picture of a huge face of screaming orc. I have started working on the face and I’m using two types of coloured pencils this time: Derwent Artist and Faber-Castell Polychromos. There is going to be a lot of black space on this drawing so I also bought a few cheap black coloured pencils, there is no need to waste the fancy ones.

I have a feeling that the drawing started well. Hopefully, it will end well as well.


The orc from Warcraft III – early stage


The orc from Warcraft – a later stage