I initially draw a character on the ground by himself, then add a sword and the slayer holding the sword afterward. One thing flows into another, and ideas pop up during your process while working. It’s okay to start drawing without a precise idea – just flow with it!
Armour is great for speed drawings because everything is so easily identifiable in a few strokes. I’m only drawing what is necessary here. The hands are rough as well as many other things, but at a quick glance you get enough information to see what’s going on.
Bold and stylised colours are important for a striking image. I decide to make most of the background red. I choose a light source and add enough details in the background so that it looks like a battle took place in a damaged building. The rest is for the viewer to imagine.