Splinterlands Art Contest Week 241: Witch of Warwick
This is my entry for this week's Splinterlands Art Contest found HERE
From the Splinterlands Wiki:
One of the most feared Gladiators in the Mount Mox circle does not even hold a weapon when she goes into combat. The Witch of Warwick’s bushy purple hair however is filled with trinkets and tools of spellcraft. If her opponents watch closely, they can see her reaching into the unkempt hairy chaos atop her head, pulling things out and fondling them with her bony fingers. She cradles and whispers to them as if they are a lonely child’s playthings, giggling to herself as she conjures up terrifying curses and magical attacks. Enemies rarely know how the Witch will strike, but they are assured that she will always bring new chilling surprises into battle. Contrary to the assumptions of most people, the Witch of Warwick grew up in a very wealthy family of Beluroc. Her mother is a famed conductor of one of the four screaming orchestras, and her father is curator of some of the most grotesque pieces of art that have ever existed. While the Witch (whose name is kept secret) has the full support of her family in the Gladiators’ Circle, her father must never leave his art, which would grow furious and inflict some drastic destruction on the city of the living. It is quietly assumed that the Witch was granted her strange magical powers through one of these ancient, charged paintings.
Drawn in Clip Studio Paint Pro on a Surface Pro 4. Here is the timelapse video: