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Shooter witch - lineart by bluessaurus
Shooter witch - lineart
Lineart of this study Shooter witch - 2nd sketch , referring to the C. M. Weber's opera "Der Freischütz"; about a witch that manifests her magic as sharpshooter, by using magic bullets that never miss, and have supernatural characteristics; developing character, the action takes place in Napoleonic France in an alternate reality (steampunk).
Her name is Madame Huberman, a witch hunter of vampires, lycanthropes and demons (and other kinds of monarchists or agents of the "Holy Alliance"), operating at the service of the French Republic.
Her brave sidekicks are Dr. Ferchot, a physician for whom she works as a nurse in her civilian cover, and Mme. Ferchot, the doctor's wife.
Abasag, the succubus queen by bluessaurus
Abasag, the succubus queen
Another version of Abasag, the warrior queen of the succubi, daughter of Gerda, the succubu, and Felipus, the human.
Witches  - another sketch by bluessaurus
Witches - another sketch
Two more witches, like this one: A witch
Just another stuff i did in a boring subway train' trip to college.

Pen and ink. Colors will come later.
Family trip 2 - We love you by bluessaurus
Family trip 2 - We love you
Felipus the Sword, the human citizen exiled, and surrounded by hir lovely family who refuses to desert shim; hir daughter Abasag (the queen of the succubi), hir slave succubus Gerda (Abasag's mother and duchess of the succubi), hir pregnant spouse Pilar, and Abasag's bodyguard Bruldegard.
Felipus wants to feel miserable by having been exiled and losing everything shim had, but surrounded by so much love, obviously this isn't possible.. ;)
In fact, Bruldegard open and sincerely hates Felipus, but... Abasag is her queen, and Bruldegard is willing to do everything her queen wants.

Even die fighting on Felipus' side, if necessary... :roll:


Dino Freitas
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
Rien a faire, rien a dire...
"Savoir-faire" is more important than "fair-play".
World would be better if it have more cats, and less people and dogs.
"We, the living" are nothing but a bunch of zombies. =P
Theirs mausoleum is a shopping mall.
Every heritage stinks. Sing your own song.
...and yeah, I think it's better red than dead.

Current Residence: Rio de Janeiro, the "Marvelous (better say "bitchy") town"
Favourite genre of music: Jazz, Rock n' roll, Classics
Favourite photographer: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Bob Carlos Clarke, Helmut Newton, Christine Kessler
Favourite style of art: Art Nouveau, Bande Dessiné, Manga & Hyper-realism
Operating System: Win 7 Ultimate (but I still wants a Mac...)
Shell of choice: Nautilus
Wallpaper of choice: None, just paint
Skin of choice: Anyone, except with blisters...
Favourite cartoon character: Prince Valiant, Asterix, Tintin, Scrooge McDuck and Lone Wolf. And, recently, Agatha Heterodyne.
Personal Quote: "There is no safety this side of the grave."
When I was a little kid, there was a lotsa cool things on the radio and music stores; but I was just a kindergarten student and can't get much things.
There was a golden age on the all fields of arts, especially in the musical scene, and even the most "commercial" and less "artistic" things are really fine; and among those things, I remember about nice songs like "Saturday in the park", "Happy man", "If you leave me now" and "Baby, what a big surprise".
Chicago. I knew the band's name, but knew nothing about it.
I heard it was a rock band, but "Hard to say I'm sorry" hardly sounds like a rock' n roll song. No way.

Recently, a few months ago, on a night of dull boredom and curiosity, I decided to read something on Wikipedia about the band that created the songs I enjoyed when I was a little kid. So, I learned about Terry Kath, the forgotten guitar hero; about the "Chicago Transit Authority" album; about Terry' tragic (and stupid) death;
about one of most interesting Chicago' members, a brazilian guy - the percussionist Laudir de Oliveira; about how cool Peter Cetera was at those times, and how dull him is now ("Glory of love"? Please, gimme a break...!); so, I put my hands to work and I tried to get at Youtube the things about which I had read.

Wow, man!

And I discovered things like "Does anybody really know what time it is?", "Someday", "Ballet for a girl in Buchannon", "South California purples", "Questions 67 & 68"... and, OhMyGoddess, "25 or 6 to 4"! Man, what a shockwave!

Currently, I hear Chicago very often.
"Ballet for a girl in Buchannon", "Does anybody really know what time it is?" and "25 or 6 to 4" play very often in my mind, as if it were battle hymns inside a soldier's mind.
And I really like it. Chicago WAS a REALLY, REALLY cool band! Sometimes, I wonder what's happened with that wonderful band,
if Terry Kath hadn't died, if they hadn't succumbed to the influences of "champagne lifestyle".
How could it be?

What do you think about it, guys?

(This text was written with the assistance of Google Translator. Please warn me about any error)

:reading: :pc:

See ya later, people.

And these webcomics are still making my brains:

As you may see, Girl Genius, , by :icongirlgeniuscomic:

(I really need to got this series' albuns. I need to overcome my fear to buy online.)
Agatha rulz over all!!! :w00t:

Collar 6, , by :iconlatex-acolyte:

Sequential Art,… , by :iconjollyjack:

I'm my own mascot, by :iconkevinbolk:

:icontompreston:'s series, mainly "So... you are a cartoonist?"
are made of WIN!!! :XD:

I'm in love with :iconhumon:'s comics about Scandinavia and the World.

Compozerz, by :iconhankinstein:

Goomnicks,… by :iconarrakisart:

Man, can't forget :icontamyra: and her wonderful style!

The Lounge, by :iconjohnjoseco:

I wanna thanks for all the cool people on the groups





and :iconsketch-exchange:

and all the cool comrades on the :iconcommunism:
Guys, you're really awesome!

As you all knows, the struggle still goes on, comrades.
Equality, Fraternity, Liberty. We'll win! :shakefist:



  • Mood: Zeal
  • Listening to: Chicago!
  • Reading: about Library Science
  • Watching: the time running against me, as usual...
  • Playing: ...the fool. but not for longer.
  • Eating: Salami sandwiches
  • Drinking: Apple juice

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aidenke Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2014
Thank you for the watch! :)
bluessaurus Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're welcome. :)
NyanFerb Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:iconloveloveplz: Thank you so much for favoriting! It means a ton!
bluessaurus Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're welcome. Your dA persona is really nice. :)
NyanFerb Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Aww, thanks again! That means a lot! :hug:
bluessaurus Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
...and you make nice photos, too. :)
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blabla77777 Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2014
Thanks for watching!
bluessaurus Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're welcome.
pesim65 Featured By Owner May 12, 2014
Thanks for thefave
bluessaurus Featured By Owner May 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're welcome. :)
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