I liked the first version so much I re-draw it and slapped some colour on it. I did not expect the yellow ink to be so neon, but here is looks amazing, and I did a great job with blending the orange shading.
I’m finally getting the hang of using these inks, although I’d prefer they cam with droppers, and didn’t give off such a strong unpleasant smell. Ah well, I guess I can’t have everything hahah.
P.H. Martin’s Bombay India Inks
Another revisit to my favourite cherry pie slice. This time however I used India Inks instead of watercolour.
I have to admit, inks definitely have a lot more vividly bright colour to them even after drying. And I do like the outlines on this.
The only downside to the India Inks I used is that when dry, they dry glossy, but a few spritzes of matte medium toned it down significantly.
P.H. Martin’s Bombay India Inks.
Having a hard time deciding whether to outline my pie or not. What do you all think?
Found a little booklet of doodles done a few months ago, and I wanted to colour them.
Excuse the green paint on the one girls face. It seems that these little ladies have seen some action.
After they’ve been coloured. My favourite by far is the lady at the bottom. Keep in mind I didn’t clean up the
sketches prior to colouring, I just brightened it up a bit so the colour would show up truer.
Done using 0.5mm Mechanical Pencils, and Paint Tool Sai.
So this piece I had originally done for myself at some point. This was done ages ago, I think back in 2008, and as I look at it now I realize it has no real appeal to me to actually put it permanently on my flesh. So, in that regard, I shall show it to you all.
If you get this done on you, firstly, please ask me if I’m down with you using it, and secondly SHOW ME the end result. I enjoy seeing my art on people. It makes me grin like a dork.
Continue reading “Peony”
I’m going to be posting some old stuff for a while, since I have not been actively drawing at all lately.
Here’s a tattoo design I did for a good friend.
She wanted a flower, so we looked at a few different types and she decided on a lily. This is the end result.
I need to learn to not test colours on the good side.
0.5 mm Pigment Liner, Crayola/Laurentian coloured pencils.
Praying hands with rosary on fake skin.
Strange knight, or Roman legion with spear. Done on fake skin.
Bright colourful sparrow with ribbon. The above is a reference.
None of the original artworks are mine, they came from a tattoo flash artbook. I’m not certain which.