There's already a lot of really nice art on this thread. I love the tattoos, and Jae's clothes, and Isaac's fluff and the artwork for Umio in general.
Alright, hm. I hope the forums automatically resize images - if not then I shall give my best to edit them after posting.
Most of the things I ever draw is of my roleplay OC's - there's too much to post them all, but I'll try to make a bit of a choice. Most of them have more than one illustration of them, but I'm not sure if it's acceptable to link back to their main charahub pages in a thread like that.
This is Kirin, and the other one is Xiaofan, his human. All joking aside, Xiaofan is a traveling dancer from a sort of fantasy-asian world that was vaguely inspired by Avatar The Last Airbender. She grew up in a guesthouse and became enamored with the idea of travel from listening the stories of pilgrims who'd stop by on their way to a near-by magic temple.
This is Hehlel. For the last three years she's been my most beloved character, because she's just...come so far from her humble beginnings as a sort of caricature of a "basic angel". And she tries SO hard to be "good" and "devouted" and all the other such things, but coupled with her general ignorance on worldly matters she just ends up getting used by people with more-often-than-not tragic results.
Nelvanniss Ihhario (formerly Nepthys Nemesis Ihhario) and her eidolon, Wendy. She's a drow noblewoman who left her home after getting into an aggressive inheritance-related argument with her siblings. In some versions she stole a ton of family treasures, including a bloodmagic staff which one of my GM's affectionately nicknamed the "Vampwand". In all versions of the character her main motivation has been a bitter quest for power and glory by any means necessary.
Gideon. He's invisible - kinda sad that I haven't managed to roleplay with him enough as I'm quite fascinated by the way his mind works. He basically didn't remember anything that happened more than two years ago and worked for a duke who claimed having knowledge on who Gideon had been before he'd turned invisible.