Tonight was a night of drawing cats, because I don’t feel like I draw them well enough, you may disagree and that’s fine, but I genuinely feel my feline doodles need work.
This little hissy baby is my favourite of the bunch.
Colour Erase Pencils in Purple and Pink
Day 13, also Happy Friday the 13th! And a more tropical-zombie thing for today. Is that even a thing?
Daler-Rowney FW Acrylic ink
Messing around with a brush pen. I really like how it created such fluffy feathers.
Simple doodle, in the sketchbook who’s paper I hate.
So, I love cows, the vast majority of bovine creatures really, because they’re just so darn cute. They’re like over-sized puppies, and it helped that once a cow tail-whipped my little bro in the face when he was a kid (that is one of my favourite memories as a kid).
And bison, are a type of cow, at least I’m fairly certain they are, and they have this adorably curly fur. Which one day I’d like to ruffle my hands in to see if it’s as soft as I think it is.
I think I went overboard with the reddish-pink around his eye, however his nose turned out wonderfully.
Ink and watercolour pencils.
Still trying to draw feathers. Not so great attempts this time.
Prismacolor Verithin in Dahlia Purple.
… of prey! Perregrine falcons to be specific, I’ve been seeing a few (unless it’s the same one) in my backyard lately. I always love seeing these guys out and about in the city.
Still expanding my drawing skills, but this was specifically learning to draw feathers so that they a) look like feathers, b) look soft and fluffy, and c) be fast to draw. You can see this better in the image on the right. I don’t know if I succeeded.
Prismacolor Verithin in Dahlia Purple