More washi tape adventures, this time a very monochromatic palette of blush tones and pinks, with a pop of blue.
Believe it or not, the sneakers were the hardest things to draw. I can draw high heels, platforms and other unreasonable shoes with ease, but sneakers.. that requires multiple reference photos and multiple rough sketches.
Copic Markers, Kuretake Brush Pens, White Gel Pen, Pigment Liner, Washi Tape.
Scroll past the break for some of the rough work for this one.
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Hi-cut swimwear has been making it back into the rounds again. I wish I had a brighter red, maybe I should have used yellow.
This was an experiment, where I laid down all the skin tones before doing any line-art, and I’m still really liking the ballpoint pen as my line-art.
Copic Markers, White Gel Pen, Kuretake Brush Pens, 0.5mm Ballpoint Pen.
All the girls I draw are total glamazons. Also I go through periods where I toy with the idea of cutting Betty Bangs into my hair; although they probably wouldn’t work on my face since its so round and people have been saying I look like a baby (which irks me to no end).
Also, if you’re interested in random cat photos and doodles that don’t make it here, feel free to follow me on Instagram!
Orange and Pink pencils, Black and red Ballpoints.
I’m a few weeks late, but Happy Belated New Year! Also, I hope you all had great holidays.
I swear I’m not dead, I’ve just been very busy cleaning my room out, and setting up a proper workspace. Now that it’s finally all set-up (aside from my mirror and corkboard which I still need to paint), I can actually do more drawing. One of my new years resolutions was to be organized, and since I got a head start on it in December, I think it’ll probably happen.
Here’s a little doodle from December to tide you over until I get some good arting done.
I was just trying to see how changing the slant of the eyes would make different faces, I’m a little jealous of the lady on the right’s eyebrows.
0.5 mm Black Ballpoint pen, Pink Pencil.
These are test runs of mixing coloured ink with coloured pencil. You’ll notice the blush gets softer with each face, which is progress. These are very 1870s Victorian ladies minus the top left, and middle right faces. I want to turn these into some holiday card/prints.
0.5 mm Black Ballpoint, 0.5 mm Pencil, Coloured pencils, Kuretake Brush pens.