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John Smith Inn
John Smith Inn is the fictional inn for the upcoming Armageddons. Its inspiration is Admiral Benbow Inn. Just like Admiral Benbow Inn, John Smith Inn is the main character's home. This is just what I thought of. I started created it at August 12, 2012. This is to be Shasta Sunlighter's place of origin. Jon Smith Inn is made out of bricks, expect for the other side. there is a horse's barn behind it. Before you know it, there would be rum, good food, non-alcoholic drinks inside. This is just concept.
Youth's Isle, Soothsayer's Islands
From September 1st to October 8th, 2012, I drew and created the interesting island called the Youth's Isle. The Youth's Isle is a place where young people, either preteen-aged or teen-aged, can get some privacy to have their own fun, such as playing games, play fighting and hanging out. This inspired of the Kingdom Hearts' Destiny Islands. It's also one of the few backgrounds for the upcoming Armageddons. Just imagine if your child could be hanging out in a cool place like this.
Those are the Soothsayer's Islands. On the southeast from the shore of Totemaine. I drew it on January 17th until 19th, 2013. Those islands are based on Cape Town, South Africa and those taller islands are based on Phuket, Thailand.
This is another one of my concept art for fictional lands in Shearthea, called Totemaine. It's also Beastine, the port city in Totemaine. It's about in northeast from the Soothsayer's Islands. Here you could see three lighthouses. there's a fort, shipping dock, a village, and the train station. I created it from January 1 'til 2, 2013. This will be one of the adventures in Armageddons.
This is Curse Castle, the fictional stronghold in Armageddons. I drew this concept artwork from January 3rd until 9th, this 2013. Loosely based on the real-life Tower of London. This will be one of the settings on the journey and the evil Magic Empire's main base. This Curse Castle isn't gotta be a nice, comfy, aristocratic castle. It's all the interrogation, imprisonment and execution stronghold. Curse Castle is also on the mountaintop within the gloomy cloudy realm of darkness, infested with mountains a lot bigger than Mount Roraima and other peak borders of Venezuela and Mount Olympus, About 3,000 miles upward.
Mas Westley, Therngaia
This is the fictional ciy that is entirely a forest city called Mas Westley. I drew it from January 31, 2013 until August 14, 2013. It has been a long time to work on it. I gonna tell you it was hard to do. It was very difficult and I had o ideas until this recent. It's the least I could do. This forest city would be bigger. There are trees that act like buildings, estates, fields or houses.
From February 1 to July 13, 2013, I drew those trees and created them as tree-buildings for the forest city. They be aaout bigger than the normal trees.
The Haunted Plantation
This is one of my future attractions of my own, the Haunted Plantation. "You'll be welcome in there, Foolish mortals." But, seriously, this Haunted Plantation is based on the Haunted Mansion and Ghost Blasters "house", and of course George Washington's home on Mt. Vernon. This would be a bit more different than the Haunted Mansion. This finished it at this 2012 on October.
This, my friends, is the picture of my made up scenery for one story, the fictional place called Dry-Falls Vantafe. I drew this from July 2nd to July 4th, 2012. Dry Falls Vantafe is the home to the Warm Wind people in the south of America, during the time of Ice Age. This is based on a place with the same name from The Warm Wind Brothers Vs The Cold Wind Brothers. This is the place where the flowers bloom, where the three sisters food grow continuously from the warm sun, the warm breezes over the land, where grasshoppers can still keep on hopping while grasshopper nymphs will be care by their mothers unlike the real life ones, where butterflies fly around and also where people spend their times in the spring and summer times. I drew it with the mixture of the Grand Canyon, Washington's Coulee City, the southern wetlands, woodland forests, and the waterfall (which is right in the middle). On the bottom center is the village of the Warm Wind Tribe next to their garden on the left. It's the least I can do. Just close your eyes and imagine this place you can go, my fellow people. This is the land of peace and gentleness.
The New Haven Paradise
This is the picture of my made-up imaginary place for new gods I drew. Not quite any part of our world. I started drawing this scenery in July 2010 in Summertime while we were on vacation in Michigan. I always wanted to draw a magic place, so much stranger.This paradise should be like behind the mountains hidden in our heavens. I drew those strange creatures, such as the gielephans (elephant-like mammals with giraffe spots), zeorses (the unlikely zebras with horsetails) and the cluffins flying up out of the misty cloud. It's not much, but I did my best of it. This was a place I was imagining during most of the summer.
Phantom Manor artwork
I started drawing this haunted mansion on October 23rd, 2009. This is inspired of Disneyland Paris' Phantom Manor. I thought I would make the Phantom Manor movie as one of my features one day. This would be made as one of the backgrounds I made. It was very difficult at first, but I was getting a hang of it. However, I had to shade it more on the scanned copy of thiis picture with the sharpie, before I gave it to my grandparents. Everyone in my life liked it. Especially the trees and the house and this walkway. I needed to work on my pencil drawing skills after all that.
This is the grand staircase, also known as foyer. I drew it out of the Phantom Manor layout design, but this is a bit different. I drew the portrait of its owner, seemingly cold-headed, between the coils of the rattlesnake design. then the cobwebs on the dead plant and each other corner, so you know that dark house is very old and no one lives here but ghosts.
This is my dining room table. I was still working on it.