Eyes, Eyes, Eyes!

2015-09-09 17.23.01w

2015-09-09 18.54.43-1w     2015-09-09 18.55.27w

Lots of eyes, and eyelashes. Has it become obvious how much I love drawing eye makeup? Hahah. Also you can see some of my hideous fails in the top sketches.

The top sketch looks sooo unimpressed.

Also I apologize, I seem to have photographed Baby Doll (bottom right) on an angle and now she’s severely askew.

So top sketches were done with the Carbon pen (or a pigment liner, I can’t remember) and pencils; bottom left done in purple Col-Erase pencil, and bottom right in a 1.0 mm Black Ballpoint pen.

Sheer Things

2015-02-26 17.07.05w

Late night (for me anyway, since I’m up at a quarter to four every morning) doodle. I’ve been eyeing the Joan Babydoll from My Retro Closet since I saw the ad for it. I honestly love it, and can’t wait to get myself one, when I can afford it. So instead here’s a doodle of my current love affair on a mannequin.

Coloured Pencils, Carbon Black pen.

Inspired Corkboard

I saw the movie The Book of Life in theatres on November 2nd, 2014, and it became an instant love.
(So much so I downloaded the sugar smash game version of it onto my phone).

It was such a great movie, with an amazing soundtrack (which I bought and also have on my phone, and listen to daily), and all the little skulls, stars and hearts everywhere were awesome! Needless to say, as I was cleaning out my room I found an old corkboard/dry-erase board that I’d never used (probably because it was ugly). So after I red-did my room, I painted the corkboard.

2015-01-22 12.39.52w

I think it’s much prettier now, and I’m more likely to use it, which is good because I need it to help me stay organised.
I kind of want to make this as a fabric print now. I want to make a circle skirt out of this. Anyway, I might give it a light dusting of a glitter clear coat, because, why not. I’m already using it so it’s serving it’s purpose after probably 10 years of not being touched. Now all I need are star, and heart shaped push pins.

Done using acrylic craft paints in gold, white, red and black, all of this was hand painted, no stencils or stamps.