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how to draw a hell fairy
Drawing  a hell fairy, Added by Dawn, August 19, 2009, 4:30:19 am
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Uploaded: August 19, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 8
Updated: April 13, 2010
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This tutorial that I am putting up was drawn out while I was live. It is a sketch on a concept art character that I randomly drew yesterday. There was a few different sketches that I did and there is one more that will be going up today. Fairies are fantasy creatures that come in all different shapes, sizes, colors and creeds. The fairy is essentially, a versatile character to draw. You can do so many concepts with fairies, and thinking of new ideas sometimes just come out of the blue. I came up with a character sketch of a fairy that belongs in Hell. This creature is neither demonic or evil, it is just a fairy that comes from the other side of the tracks. Imagine that Hell had all the same beautiful creatures known to us here above the flames. We all believe that heaven is full of angels right? I mean if there is angels in heaven, then there must be angels in Hell. The only difference between the two is their appearance and their beliefs. Well, imagine if heaven is full of beautiful fairies as well. Now imagine Hell with fairies, and also imagine what they would look like. Now that you have that mental picture in your head of what a fairy from hell would look like, sketch it out. When I thought of that very same thing, this is what I was sketched out. The hell fairy has everything a regular fairy would have; a petite body, arms, legs, a head, and of course wings. The only difference between this fairy and the ones that have long locks and beautiful skin, is the creepy darkness about it. Instead of hair, there is visible veins on it’s bald head. Instead of pouting lips, there is nothing but chattering teeth. The fairies you know of have milk white soft skin right? Well this Hell fairy has dingy, dark, dry cracked skin. Instead of having beautiful wings and a warm soft skin to touch, this fairy from Hell has wings that also feeds blood through it’s veins. The skin wreaks of a fouled stench that is too pungent for any human to bare. Instead of big beautiful eyes, there is nothing but a stitched void of what her world must look like. I wanted this fairy from hell to be the exception to the rule. Even though she is a creature if Lucifer’s haven, she wants to be set free in the world that is full of light, because maybe the rays from the sun will pierce through her seam and give her sight. Or maybe the colors from the world will rub off on her tainted skin and turn it a soft milky white. Or maybe this fairy from Hell just wants to be set free from all the vanity that is poisoning her soul that we humans live by. Maybe this fairy is not a fairy from hell at all, maybe she sees a foul looking creature in the mirror because of how materialistic she really is. Or maybe this is how I see people that are pompous, self centered, hypocritical, snobbish, superficial, and unbearable. Anyway you can even come up with your own interpretation of this sketch and hand me your ideas. For now this lesson will be labeled “how to draw a hell fairy step by step”. I will be back with more drawing fun. Peace out and happy drawing.