Setting the Stage #1 – Underground Tomb

**Colors are fixed**

I recently asked for suggestions of interesting settings for me to practice drawing, since I don’t feel like I’ve been giving the settings and backgrounds of my images enough attention. Granted, drawing characters is WAY more fun for me, and I admit that I dislike fussing around with perspective, but if I seriously want to do narrative art and comics, the setting is very very important. Hence, I’ll be doing a lot of drawing settings for a while, ideally a minimum of one per week.

For starters, here’s one that Ed recommended to me: An underground tomb with hints of menace.

I’m not 100% convinced that I nailed it, but I feel like I came close. I will probably be taking another stab at this one to try and really get the atmosphere and creepy vibe in hand. Stay tuned kids 😀
(Also, if you have a setting you’d like to see me try, leave a comment and I’ll add it to my list. Within reason, anywhere is fine :D)

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