As an author, it always helps to picture the physical appearance of your characters as well as their personalities. It may help you to imagine new ways to develop their journey, or simply to get some eye candy for your readership. Either way, I thought I would share some commissions I had done a year ago for my books. They were both drawn by a very talented artist on deviantArt by the name of linkluibymon.
The first picture is of Jason and Glenn from Frozen Heart. The human and his genie may have some issues to overcome, but they look a handsome pair to be sure.
The second picture is a group shot of a few characters from the Shifting Secrets series. Alex, Lanley and Nilas. The two shifters and the human play an important role in the story, one which I hope you will enjoy as much as I did when I wrote their adventures.
That’s all for now, hope you enjoyed the pictures, and that you have a great 2015!
2 thoughts on “A Picture Paints a Thousand Words (And Characters Too)”
I love these. There’s so much warmth in them, and reality. It is great when you can visualise your characters. Someone drew me some fan art of one of my characters and I love it. I never really thought about getting some art commissioned though. I might when I’m further down the submitting route.
Thanks for the kind words, I’ll let the artist know of your praise. 🙂