I still have a deviantart. Holy hell dudes. That is amazing. I always thought after long enough without posting things, your account just ate itself for sustenance, and all you'd find by trying to log in would be a few sad html bones, and a terrible sense of guilt.
So here's a thing.
It was from Nathan Fowkes' light and color class over at schoolism (go on, throw your money at the screen. It is totally worth it. Unless you have an arm like a mutant quarterback and threw the money clean through the monitor, the adjoining wall and the neighbor's dog; then I'm not so sure it's worth it. I guess if the neighbor had a really annoying yappy chihuahua it would balance out).
This is what I handed in, there's an alternate version of the composition/colors I totally didn't end up finishing up despite liking it better, because it turns out I make terrible decisions at all times, unless I am fated to make a terrible decision in which case I end up making a terrifically good decision, antagonizing every single major deity and possibly a few of the less important ones. Point is, I am wrong forever, and I like the one my tumblr
better (but it is less pushed than this one). I will probably take that one to a finish at some point, then replace this one with it, but not change this description here, thus confusing the 3.5 people that have actually read this whole paragraph.