… only he’s a turnip. So technically a turnip-o-lantern for Day 5. I also needed some colour, since everything done solely in black and white today came out terribly or I managed to wreck. Brush, FW Acrylic Ink, Dr. P.H. Martn’s Bombay India Inks.
Messing around with a brush pen. I really like how it created such fluffy feathers. Brush Pen.
Small flowers for Day 2. Pentel Brush Pen and water.
This is what happens when I read about Wendigos before carting myself off to bed. I need to stop doing that. Also I need to start sleeping again, insomnia sucks. Charcoal, Black pen and White Gel Pen.
So between myself and one of my closest friends, we came up with this as our girl gang insignia. Cat skulls and flowers. Pencil crayons, black ink, white gel pen.
Pineapples. They’re delicious and coming back into season. Watercolour, brush pen. I also have to thank Eevee, for sitting on this while it was wet.
Floating house type of thing. Brush pen.
I’ve been reading Paula Brackston novels lately, and so this happened. A little old lady witch. It was good practise drawing something other than young thin fresh things with big hair. Blach Brush pen.
Just a bunch of eyes, ignore the grumpy face in the bottom corner. Pentel Brush Pen.
I bought the Pentel Arts Pocket Brush Pen about a month ago. I haven’t tested it out much, and so far not on any finished pieces (I haven’t finished anything lately -_-‘). I did do a few tests though to see how I like it. Here are the supposed “fruits” of my tests. As you […]