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 […]
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.
It’s getting to that time of year. You know the time when people go mental shopping. I think I can safely say it will be the first year I will not have to work in retail during Christmas. It’s going to be nice, I won’t have to put up with or grin through the dumbest questions […]
With that new raging colouring books trend, I’ve been tempted to pick up a few for my own mindless entertainment. So here I am just brushing up on my blending abilities with pencil crayons. Have you jumped in on the colouring book trend? If so, which one are you currently colouring? What kind of medium […]
Just some foliage. Kuretake Brush Pens, water, 0.5 mm Pigment Liner.
Exploring watercolour paints. Trying to see if I can draw decent looking leaves. Also testing some colour palettes down there on that one page. Watercolours (Pan variety).
I need to draw more flowers. I like the bottom one most, for it I added in the black/grey shades before adding the colour. Kuretake Brush pens, water.
I finished a piece I was originally going to make as a vector image. Also, I’m aware that the dress is not historically accurate. Watercolours, ink, Gold gel pen, water.
Do you all remember the sketch of this car here? Well I coloured one of them. I think it looks pretty good, although I need to work on colouring chrome, to make it look super shiny. Reference used was from here. Watercolours, 0.5mm White gel Pen, 0.3 mm Pigment Liner.
Decided to fix up my old drawing board. Folk art acrylic paints were used.