I was bored, so I took to drawing my avatar on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Been really excited waiting for the one for the Nintendo Switch to come out.
Aside from the eyes been a little wonky, I’m pretty pleased, and I tried lining some parts with a brown pigment liner instead of black for a softer look, and I’m digging it. Also, peep the poor excuse for a boulder.
Copic Markers, Black and Brown Pigment Liners, White Gel Pen, Posca Marker, Pencil
Attempted one of those adventure things, it was supposed to be darker and spookier, but my love of bright, vibrant colours betrayed me.
Kuretake Brush Pens, Pentel Sign Pen, 0.3 mm Pigment Liner
I really needed something colourful for today.
Kuretake Brush Pens, Waterbrush, Pentel Brush Pen
Not art related, but I bought some exciting fabrics lately, the most exciting being that fun pineapple print. Most of these will be going on to become shirts, but that pink is going to become a skirt. And I also wanted to dye the flamingo printed one with some pink, because I can’t possibly have dull white coloured flamingos.
Anyways, I do have some drawings I’m working on as well, so I will be posting my more normal stuff soon.
Unrelated to what I normally post. However, this is the best hidden zipper I’ve ever sewn. This is a pencil skirt that has been laying around waiting to be sewn together for about 6 months now. I must say the finished piece is not too shabby.
Please ignore the stray bits of cat hair, Eevee thought it necessary to add her fur to this.
Recently finished my old sketchbook, so I had to start a new one. As much as I enjoy the fact that this cover is much easier to draw all over compared to my last one, I must say that I absolutely hate this sketchbook. The paper is not to my liking plus the binding of the book started coming apart after the first few uses. Now to be fair maybe I’m too aggressive with my sketchbooks but I think it’s because there was no ribbon or any extra support for the binding with this. Maybe I’ll add some to prevent it from falling apart but not a good move Picadilly.
Aside from hating the sketchbook, the pretty palm leaves and pineapples were both done in some metallic markers. I like the markers.
Zig Fudebiyori Metallic in Gold and Green.
Some lemons. I was trying out the Dr. Ph. Martin’s Bombay India Inks.
So far I like them more than my watercolours, they stay crazy vibrant after they dry which is the best thing ever.
Dr. Ph. Martin’s Bombay India Inks, Black Brush pen.