Here is a sketch of a pirate woman and her parrot that I drew a while ago. I drew this while I referenced a picture from another artist. I really liked his pin-up girl style so I figured I'd try to draw his pirate woman. I really wish I remembered who the original artist was. If you know would you comment his name?
♫Not just a messy cover clip of, "Pilgrims on a long journey".🎹
Finally getting around to posting about this, but for my 24th birthday my roommate @c.c.cassiopeia took me to see one of my favorite musicians @beatricepirate !! I "discovered" her, in high school when I first started learning French, via her cover of the "Pokemon Theme song", then played "Child of Light" and have been hooked ever since. She is not only very talented, but she is also a good person! Finally can say that I've seen her in concert after all these years! It was like a lovely dream!
Glad to be picking this Silver cobb Up soon .
A post medieval silver 2-real 'cob' piece of Philip II-Philip IV of Spain (AD 1556-1665). The coin would have been minted in Lima, Peru or Potosi, Bolivia or Mexico.
Obverse: Crowned shield bearing the arms of Spain and its territories.Reverse: Cross within octofoil, lion rampant and castle in alternate quarters.
In the mid-16th century major silver deposits were found in South America, in an area known as 'Peru', but this relates to an area much larger than modern-day Peru. Coins minted from here were called 'cobs' or cabo, and rather than producing a nice flan onto which the image was struck, cobs were simply a bar of silver cut into appropriate weights (1, 2, 4, 8 reales) so they are not standard shapes. This coin was most likley minted in Peru, Bolivia or Mexico due to its irregular shape. #thameslarker#fullmudlark#river#thames#london#england#british#londonmudlarks#finds#mudlarking#handsonhistory#anearobic#phillip#spain#mexico#bolivia#peru#silver#cobb#pirate#history#century#foreshore
Today's picture is an old pirate chest! 🏴☠️ What can be inside? Lots of money? 💰 Or a treasure map? 💎
I'll explain to you how to draw a similar chest step by step. Swipe left to see the stages.
1. I got a very simple 3D model and made a sketch of my design over it.
2. Added occlusion - reflected light.
3. Added basic colors and light and shadow to upper and front sides.
4. Started working on the materials - wood and 2 kinds of metal in this case.
5. Worked on materials, textures, and details.
6. Added a handle to the design (first picture) ✔️ Was it useful for you? Hope it can help to understand how to create semi-realistic game props ☠️
There’s still time to purchase your tickets for Village Church Community Theater’s production of “A Pirate’s Life for Me!” This musical comedy will have you laughing your (parrot) tail off! Purchase tickets online at villagechurchcommunitytheater.org.
Performance dates at Friday, March 29 at 7:00 p.m., Saturday, March 30 at 1:00 & 5:00 p.m., and Sunday, March 31 at 2:00 p.m.!