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I have recently been feeling lost, helplessly drowning in the darkness of my fears. Doubting myself, my capabilities, my work, questioning some decisions in my past and afraid to face my future.
“Descent of the Moon Princess” portrays the spirit of Princess Serenity being cast away from the war struck court of the Silver Millennium for her own protection, followed by her Inner Senshi.
And as she ascended onto the Earth, as her spirit was being reborn in the form of Usagi Tsukino, I believe she must have felt just like me. Terrified of what was to come, sad for what she had lost, afraid of the changes to come and nauseated by that dreadful uncertainty of floating in an abyss she just had to emerge from.
Yet despite her troubles and her doubts, she remained beautiful and she emerged victorious. It is in our darkest hour that our light must shine the brightest and I hope that I can do the same.
This painting was the first I have released through my Patreon program. You can see a step-by-step walk-through of how it came together above, as well as a video time-lapse showing the process from start to finish, on my blog.
This design is available as a print and all-over-tee on my website www.gillesbone.com.
</span>Please feel free to leave any feedback about this artwork below. I do hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed worked on it.
My name is Gilles Bone and I am a 26 year old manga/gamer/comic geek, from Malta (Europe). I spend my days working constantly on ways how to improve myself as an artist, may be it on my inking, colouring, photography and much more. Art has always been my passion since a very tender age, and it has only grown stronger and stronger throughout the years.
Inking and Coloring:
A couple of years ago, my optician diagnosed me with a stigmatism in my right eye, which, while he considered as un-alarming, prevents me from spending long periods of time sketching, drawing traditionally and reading, since these activities were of great strain on the eye sight.
After a small break from art altogether, rather devastated from the news, I started digital inking and coloring, which is now what I work on, on a regular basis, and the reason why most of my gallery is filled with collaborations and fan art.
While I still rather enjoy working on my own personal projects, thinking up wild stories and writing scripts for future comic hits – or so I wish! – I can undoubtedly say that inking and coloring is now my strong point.
While I do have a photography only account here on deviantART, the link to which can be found in my journal, I do enjoy posting some of my photography work here as well, making this an account that truly sums me up as an artist.
I spend a lot of my time here on deviantART. Most of the time is spent replying to comments, interacting with friends, and looking at how to improve my work by learning from my peers.
I find it very important to communicate with others on here, especially my watchers and people who comment and fav my work. My skills has improved greatly since I started this account, and it all happened with the support shown by my deviant friends. I thank them for that from the bottom of my heart and promise them that I shall never forget their help.